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Forzar sincronización Windows Azure Active Directory Sync

Según Microsoft la solución a esto es muy sencillo, solo debemos abrir un PowerShell y ejecutar los siguientes comandos:

Import-Module DirSync

Pero en algunas ocasiones, nos devolverá el siguiente error: 101 more words


Recipient Display Type, Recipient Type Details

In many case, you will be familiar with the following attributes during Office 365 migration. Especially, if you are migrating users from another email system than Exchange, you can adjust the following attributes in AD for remaining users, they will show up in Exchange Online as a contact. 184 more words

Office 365

Meeting Request from Office 365 now showing in Domino

Meeting Request from Office 365 now showing in Domino

My last project is migrating mailboxes from Domino to Office 365. In Order to smooth migrating we have decided to use Quest Notes Migration Manager. 168 more words

Office 365

Password Sync fails with Event ID 611


Password sync fails with Event ID 611

Changing a user password on-premises does not trigger a password sync from on-premises Active Directory to Azure Active Directory … 57 more words

Exchange Online And MSOL

Installing and Running Azure Active Directory Sync AADSync Beta 3

Created by Aaron Whittaker.  Not to be reproduced without prior permission.

Ingredients Required: AADSync MicrosoftAzureActiveDirectoryConnect.msi installer from the BETA program (using version 3.7.1224), Domain Controller, Office 365 subscription, Azure, 2 Windows 2012 R2 domain joined servers, Public trusted certificate and a valid domain. 928 more words

Windows 2012

Office 365 - Bulk Change Upn

Hi all,

When using DirSync, it is quite often that it is needed to change users upn suffix in your local active directory  from  something.local to any validated domain in Office 365 in order to enable your users to login with their domain and not user@domain.onmicrosoft.com. 223 more words


Forcing DirSync Update Between Office 365 and Local Active Directory

This post applies to Office 365 users who are on the current DirSync tool, Windows Azure Active Directory Sync. This tool is available to O365 customers, and was likely installed on your on-premise management machine when you were setting up O365. 236 more words

Office 365