Tag: AD

  • Error 8344 Insufficient Access Rights

    Error 8344 Insufficient Access Rights

    An Export Error within Azure AD Sync/Connect/DirSync/FIM/MIM when configured with Exchange Hybrid: Error Code: 8344 Error: Insufficient access rights to perform the operation. Exchange Hybrid configuration tests writeback from Azure AD, and needs the necessary permissions set by the Installation on the Active Directory Connector System Account to allow this writeback. Solution: If you can’t turn […]

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  • AD User mismatch Azure AD User – Duplicate Anchor

    AD User mismatch Azure AD User – Duplicate Anchor

    Need to match an Active Directory User with an allready created Azure Active Directory User? Standard practice is soft-match where UserPrincipalName and Email are matching. Which requires Domain to be verified in Azure AD and if the AD Forest Name isn’t the same, we need to add the Domain as an Alternate UPN Suffix: And […]

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  • Azure Active Directory Connect

    Azure Active Directory Connect

    Azure AD Connect is now General Available (GA) and is from now my preferred Synchronization Tool from Active Directory to Azure Active Directory. Lets look into what AADConnect can do for us, now that it is GA. When using Express Installation Settings: – Upgrade path from DirSync (It will uninstall DirSync and install AADC) – Quick and […]

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  • PS Script: AAD or AD?

    PS Script: AAD or AD?

    Complementing the PS Script by choosing either AAD or AD to hold Your Security Group and Memberships. [code language=”powershell”] #Azure Active Directory Import-Module MSOnline Connect-MsolService #Find ObjectId of every Security Group $Groups = Get-MsolGroup | Select ObjectId,DisplayName $ExchangeGroupObjectId = $Groups | where {$_.DisplayName -eq "Exchange_Users"} | Select ObjectId #Placeholder for ObjectIds of every member of […]

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I am Roy Apalnes, a Microsoft Cloud Evangelist working av Sopra Steria. Main focus in Microsoft Security and Endpoint Management, with a bigger picture in mind.

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