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Hybrid on prem AD with Azure AD

Hybrid on prem AD with Azure AD

Hybrid on prem AD with Azure AD

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Hello All,
We are looking at implementing a hybrid AD by utilizing Azure AD and our two on prem domain controllers. Has anyone recently attempted this implementation or have any words of caution when we take that leap? From what I am reading it isn't too much of a large undertaking once you have the licensing. Anyone has any pointers I am all ears.

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RE: Hybrid on prem AD with Azure AD

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Hello hairlesssuportmokey, that's what I was reading on as well. It seems pretty straight forward. I am assuming there will need to be a few DNS changes as well to utilize that server fully but didnt really think of much else that needed to be tackled.

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