MS office 365 and AD synchronization

Posted on 2012-09-16
Last Modified: 2012-10-07
Hi There, We have two domains staff and student. we are in the process of setting up FIM in our network, along side office 365. Noticed that if AD account gets deleted in AD it's going to remove from office 365 as well.

Is there any way we can still keep 365 accounts for the student even when their AD account gets deleted ? if yes how.
Question by:kolkata_com
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    if your using fim then the answer is no, I would disable the user account in AD for 30 days and if you determine at that time the account can be deleted then delete it.

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