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Self Service Password Reset writeback to Windows Server AD using DirSync

In my previous post I described that Microsoft have released a preview of the next generation of directory synchronisation in the form of Azure Active Directory Synchronization Services, or AAD Sync for short. 142 more words


Preview of Azure AD Sync Services released

On Monday 14th April Microsoft announced the availability of the preview of Azure Active Directory Sync (AAD Sync) on connect.  AAD Sync is the evolution of FIM 2010 and DirSync to deliver an easy configuration for multi-forest customers on boarding to Azure Active Directory and Office 365.  65 more words


Backup and Restore Instructions for the DirSync Database

Today, Microsoft released a 9 page guide on backing up and restoring the Microsoft Azure Active Directory Sync tool. You can get it here. 124 more words


Set Office 365 Passwords to never expire

Sometimes in Office 365 tenants that are not using DirSync, don’t want the passwords to expire.

Using Azure AD Powershell module …


# Provide Offiice 365 \ Azure \ MSOL credentials… 53 more words


Report to Show Password Sync in DirSync

We run DirSync with Password Sync on our AD domain and it does a great job of provisioning accounts in Offce365 for us. However, because we are in a pilot, phased-in approach right now, we only have ONE on-premesis OU syncing with Office365. 550 more words


UPN changes aren't synchronised to MSOL when using DirSync with Password Synchronization

If you change the Active Directory UserPrincipleName of a synchronized user, their MSOL logon name won’t be updated if an MSOL license has been assigned to the user and you’ve enabled password synchronization in DirSync. 125 more words

Exchange Online And MSOL

AD Passwords don't work at O365 - DirSync

As we continue on our pilot leading to eventually over 600 accounts at Office365, we decided we wanted to use DirSync with Password Sync (version: 1.0.6593.0012) to help us provision accounts automaticially and make sure the passwords at Office365 were the same as the on-premises AD. 461 more words