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CDW: Top 9 Reasons to Use Office 365

This white paper from CDW lists the reasons it considers Microsoft Office 365 a good choice for business.  CDW is one of the largest suppliers of technology, and I have worked with them for years, so I am giving them credit for highlighting the potential. 642 more words


Microsoft Office 365 - The 100 Seconds Sales Pitch

It’s obvious the Microsoft is working on giving us with an Enterprise Class SaaS Solution with all benefits of the Cloud with enabling different usage scenarios to meet all business needs, It’s the Microsoft Office 365, personally I find it very powerful product as a Sales Professional to work for, Competition with other competing products is done before it’s even begins so let’s talk a little bit about how you can encourage others to get benefit from this product or if you are an IT professional and wants to empower your users and minimize your effort with a reliable solution. 248 more words


Requirements for AADSync

NOTE: Azure Active Directory Synchronization Services (AADSync) will soon replace DirSync for synchronizing on premise Active Directory users and groups to Office 365.

NOTE: At this time, password synchronization is not currently available with AADSync. 260 more words

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Azure Active Directory Synchronization Services (AADSync)

Azure Active Directory Synchronization Services (AADSync), which was made generally available on 15 September 2014, will eventually replace DirSync but doesn’t quite have a full set of features to make that replacement today. 217 more words

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Reset Password for Multiple Office 365 Users

To reset the password for a single Office 365 user or a list of users we will need to first, connect to Office 365. 270 more words

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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


Office365 Change Username

Updating a UPN in O365 must be done through powershell when the O365/Azure AD is synced with on-premise AD:

import-module msonline
connect-msolservice (enter credentials)
set-msoluserprincipalname -newuserprincipalname new.name@domain.com -userprincipalname old.name@domain.com

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