adding windows 10 pro computer to domain (not Azure AD)

Had a user start setting up their new Windows 10 pro computer and they said it was ready for me to add to the domain.  With win 7 pro they never had any trouble.  The screenshot attached says something about azure ad.   Asks for email address and password of a microsoft account (which the user entered in when they setup the laptop)  to add the computer to the domain.  Can I somehow start over and set up this machine to not user a MS account sort of like how I would have done it with win 7 pro?
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mkramer777Asked:
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Sam Simon NasserIT Support ProfessionalCommented:
log in with LOCAL admin account (not email account) and try adding it. seems that the email associated with that domain is associated with azure doamin. so best option to try local account. to log in with local account, type .\USERNAME (where username is i.e. sam not sam@domain.com)
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
When you try to join the Domain, you need a Domain Admin authorization and that will not be an email id.

Authenticate as DOMAIN\Domain Admin

Then it should be joined.
mkramer777Author Commented:
When I try to add this computer to the domain it comes up with a Microsoft account. Email address and password. When I click on other choices, the only other choice is another email address and password
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
In that case, in Settings, Users, change the Microsoft Account to a Local Account so that there is NO Microsoft Account on the machine.  That works for us and should work for you.

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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Thank you and good luck with a revised user account
Sam Simon NasserIT Support ProfessionalCommented:
my answer is the same as john, so i think i least my answer should be marked as a solutoin too!
mkramer777Author Commented:
Not sure how I would go back and reward have points to you Sam
Sam Simon NasserIT Support ProfessionalCommented:
@mkramer77, i have reported the question so hopefully one of the EE admins will look at this. thanks for your understanding.
mkramer777Author Commented:
I meant half of the points not HAVE
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