Microsoft Office 365 Directory and Access Management with Windows Azure Active Directory

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You’ve invested time and money in your on-premises directory infrastructure, and now you want to leverage that investment to manage your Office 365 subscription in the cloud. This session dives deep into the various options available for connecting your on-premises directory with Windows Azure Active Directory. We cover topics ranging from provisioning and directory synchronization to the technologies we offer for user Identity and Access Management. Topics include integrating WS-* partners with the Works with Office 365 program, and new synchronization mechanisms with the Directory Sync tool.

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Day:

4

Session Type:

Breakout

Code:

OUC-B341

Room:

Room 353

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    jenross

    Really hoping someone has ideas about multiple tenants with accounts in same forest as dirsync only supports one.

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    Thomasde​Klerk

    @jenross:FIM with third party extensions, it is not in the default toolbox I am afraid, I was really  surprised MS doesn't provide a FIM MA for O365.

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    KarlKoder

    It would be nice if they have made something to replace dirsync or at least improved it. We have forced to create a new AD which is updated by FIM in order to get dirsync working.

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    JesperKrogh

    Please provide the mentioned whitepaper regarding placing ADFS servers in Azure.

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    Deb Cornell

    I was told at TechEd that Dirsync not support multiple tenants from one AD structure.

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    corn1deb

    @Jenross:

    I was told at TechEd that Dirsync not support multiple tenants from one AD structure.

    I was told at TechEd that the new DirSync will support multiple tenants from one AD structure. 

     

    Please disreguard previous post from Deb Cornell.

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