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Now that you have heard Password Hash Sync is available, and you are currently using AD FS, now you want to switch from AD FS to Password Hash Sync.
First question you should ask yourself, should I really switch?
Here is a list of reasons to keep AD FS around…
Ok, I don’t care to much about the benefits of AD FS, what are the advantages of Password Hash Sync?
I am ready to switch, let's get started
To learn more about how to switch from single sign on to Password Synchronization, go to
To learn more about Password Synchronization, go to http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn246918.aspx
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A quick question. Is there anything stopping me (or does it even make sense?) to use both ADFS and AD Hash Sync?
I'm thinking that say I'm running services on Azure (perhaps in a VM) that need either run as specific (internal) AD accounts or need to know/understand specific AD user/groups, but still use ADFS for physical user sign-on (to get the benefits you describe above).