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My company recently started utilizing Office365's E3 package for everything. While this has been super-easy and convenient, I have been slowly obtaining the hardware and necessities to implement Active Directory in our office for all the benefits it provides.
Unfortunately, the Office365 implementation/deployment was incredibly easy--thus is beat out Active Directory time-wise. Now, I'll be implementing Active Directory in the next month and wanted to know if there was a way to reverse-inherit/migrate users from Office365 to AD, rather than the usual AD to O365.
You can deploy the SSO . You can take a look the detail at onlinehelp.microsoft.com/.../hh125004.aspx
For the question you mentioned, we don't need to change the AD domain and match the Office365 verified domain. You can add a new UPN and use it to match the Office365 verified domain.
Thanks, Neo Zhu
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Another thought I just had, is would the Active Directory name need to be the same as the domain utilized in Office365? Currently it's totally different, so I don't believe they would cooperate naturally without force, if at all.
How are you doing? I am just writing to see if there is any progress on this issue. I do not mean to push you. I just want to ensure that you do not encounter any problems during the troubleshooting. Thank you.
This answered my question adequately.
We have decided to forgo tying our AD to our Office365 service as it would be volatile with only one server servicing our AD services at the moment, unfortunately.