GPO for AAD Azure joined Windows 10 computers

When installing Windows 10, you can join the computer to Azure AAD with the builtin functionality.
Is it possible to apply GPO's to these computers without having to use Intune or an on-premise AD controller ?
What about an Azure AD, connected to AAD... kan that handle GPO's to these computers ?
Or does the AD and computers have to be local ?
Jesper AndersenIT Services ManagerAsked:
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
AAD has no group policy functionality. There is no way to apply group policies when joined to AAD.
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Jesper AndersenIT Services ManagerAuthor Commented:
Okay.... What is the point then, when joining these computers to the AAD ?
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IvanSystem EngineerCommented:
Hi,

joining computer to Azure AD give you SSO (Single Sign On) functionality so that users get automatically signed to Office 365, Azure, apps and so on. No need for them to log into each web site, applications and so on.

You can read a bit more on this link> https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/trejo/2016/04/09/azure-ad-join-vs-azure-ad-device-registration/ 

Regards,
Ivan.
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