Run local service with Azure AD credentials

My Windows 10 computer is domain joined to Azure AD.
I need to run a specific local service as a Azure AD user, however I didn't manage to do so in the service "Log On" tab.
Please see the attached screenshot for the specific location in the service window.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks.
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Marius KaizermanITAsked:
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
"My Windows 10 computer is domain joined to Azure AD"

When a computer is joined to Azure AD, it is *not* domain joined.  You can't think of Azure AD like you do ADDS. They behave differently and have different capabilities.  One of those is that you can't run services the way you want.  That just isn't a capability of Azure AD.
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Marius KaizermanITAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your comment Cliff.

I'm aware it's not the same, but I am able for example to add Azure AD users to local groups (using "net localgroup"), so I was thinking
maybe there's a similar option for services.

What I'm trying to accomplish is to run a certain service under my credentials.
I'm logged in the machine (with my Azure AD username), I have a profile with that user, so logically there should be some way I can use my own username to run a service.

Thanks,
Marius.
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
Nope  there isn't.
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Marius KaizermanITAuthor Commented:
Ok then, I guess I’ll have to look for another solution.
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