December 17th: Azure AD Connect – Step by Step (Pixi Book Style)

A Coretech Christmas Tale.

Once a upon a time customers were having difficulties connecting their on-premise Active Directory to Azure AD.

Throughout this post We will tell the story about “Test-users-1” and his journey from his well-known On-Premise AD (AD.Sandbx.dk) to the exciting Cloud know as Azure.

If you are a customer and wish to recreate “Test-User-1” journey. Then it can easily be done by following his steps and completing your own POC for Azure AD.

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Attached to this blog are a Word Document that in details shows all steps of the proces in 6 easy steps.

  • Create Azure Subscription (Part 1)
  • Verify domain in Azure (Part 2)
  • Create Azure Sync user (Part 3)
  • Configure on-premise users (Part 4)
  • Install Azure AD Connect (Part 5)
  • Verify that configuration works (Part 6)

Free to use at your own risk.

Download link: Azure AD Connect V1.0

Coretech wish all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

By | 2015-12-17T09:00:54+00:00 December 17th, 2015|Azure, Office 365|4 Comments

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Bjørn Studsgaard Voss

4 Comments

  1. Stefan December 21, 2015 at 23:40 - Reply

    Greate work,

    but i would like to mention that your running an unsupported configuration if you change the default sync schedule to anything else than the default 3 hours.
    I got this information from Mircosofts Azure AD Escalations Team a few weeks ago. Maybe they have changed this by now.

  2. Claus January 7, 2016 at 17:00 - Reply

    Test Comment

  3. débouchage canalisation nanterre September 8, 2016 at 16:57 - Reply

    good luck!

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