Configuration

AAD Connect, a dedicated resource forest, a custom connector, and a bunch of transform rules: a GalSync story (Part 2)

In part 1 of our adventure, we built an Azure AD lab to support configuring AAD Connect to work as a GalSync engine. In this post, we’ll finish up the configuration.  As a reminder, this is the what the overall solution will look like:

And, as I mentioned in part 1:

Please don’t call Premier asking for support on this.[ Continue reading ]

Configuration

AAD Connect, a dedicated resource forest, a custom connector, and a bunch of transform rules: a GalSync story (Part 1)

A few years ago, I worked with one of my close consultant peers to build a GALSync-style solution for a big state government that was going through a divestiture from a single BPOS-D (yes, I am old) and a single managed hosted Exchange environment to multiple O365 multi-tenant instances. … [ Continue reading ]

Configuration

Update: AAD Connect Network Test Tool

I trotted out the trusty WireShark and Fiddler tools today and ran through the latest iteration of AAD Connect setup.  In so doing, I’ve added a few endpoints to the test:

$CRL
http://ocsp.msocsp.com

$RequiredResources
adminwebservice-s1-co2.microsoftonline.com

$RequiredResourcesEndpoints
https://adminwebservice-s1-co2.microsoftonline.com/provisioningwebservice.svc

As always, the newest version is available at http://aka.ms/aadnetwork.… [ Continue reading ]

Configuration

Update to the AAD Connect Network and Name Resolution Test Tool

A few months ago, I debuted a new tool for AAD Connect deployment (read about it here: AAD Connect Network and Name Resolution Test or download it here: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Azure-AD-Connect-Network-150c20a3) which allows you to test a number of conditions to make sure your server and environment are suitable for deploying AAD Connect.… [ Continue reading ]