I just received an email from Azure telling me that from now, Azure Active Directory Connect is generally available. In human language this means that AD Connect is finally out of beta.
Since my experiences with the previews were less than stellar I kept back any previews after Preview 2. But now I finally gave green light to the update.
Fortunately the installer provides an ugprade path for Preview 2 so I didn’t have reconfigure everything again. After the upgrade was finished, it told me that for now, sync is disabled so that I can review the configuration – a very welcome addition, Microsoft, this is how things should be done.
After that it went like this:
Basically everything went smoothly, so nothing to rant about this time 🙂
One thing I still need to figure out is how to set the accidental deletion threshold. I’ll let you know when I get to it.Tags: active directory, ad connect, azure, azure ad connect, dirsync, microsoft
@MSEdgeDev I wish you guys had plans for an eventual Linux release :( till then this can't replace Firefox as my main browser
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