Based on feedback from IT pros in the Windows Insider Program, you can now register for Windows 10 Insider Preview Builds using your corporate credentials in Azure Active Directory (Azure AD).
Announced this morning, along with the release of Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 16170 for PC, this new facet of the Windows Insider Program means that:
- By participating in the program using your corporate credentials, you will increase the visibility of your feedback on Windows 10 Insider Preview builds and help us develop features that support your organization’s specific business needs.
- You'll get connected to a growing community of IT professionals who, like yourself, want to explore and test the very latest Windows innovations.
How do I sign up?
It only takes a minute to sign up. Simply:
- Visit https://insider.windows.com/ForBusiness
- Click on Register Today > and register using your Azure AD account, i.e. the same account you use to sign in to Office 365 and other Microsoft services.
Then, after you register, simply enroll your Windows 10 PC to get the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview Builds on that PC:
- Go to Settings \ Updates & Security \ Windows Insider Program. (Make sure that you have administrator rights to your machine and that it has the latest Windows updates installed.)
- Click Get Started, enter the corporate credentials that you used to register, and follow the on-screen directions to complete enrollment.
Have a question? Additional resources are available to you on TechNet:
- Windows Insider Program for Business
- Windows Insider Program for Business using Azure Active Directory
- Windows Insider Program for Business FAQ
Where do I go to discuss features with Microsoft?
To share feedback with Microsoft, use the Feedback Hub app built into Windows 10.
If you want to share new ideas, get tips, or discuss best practices with your IT pro peers, join the Windows 10 Tech Community and make the Windows Insider Program space a favorite by clicking on the heart icon in the upper right corner.
Once you're a member of the Tech Community, you can start new conversations, bookmark (or print) helpful posts, and subscribe to follow discussions of interest. (For instructions on how to join the Windows 10 Tech Community, see our previous blog post.)
Make sure your needs are heard! Join the Windows Insider Program for Business today.