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Windows AD integration with Azure / Office.com

Posted on 2016-09-08
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Hi there people,

I've been asked to integrate Windows Server AD with Office.com, i will try to explain what is needed.

Every time i log in my computer its needed to login automatically with office 365.
We have 2 Servers (Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard), one with with AD and another with Azure installed if needed.

Can anyone explain how to do this?
Thanks in advance.
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If you run windows 10 on domain clients and use AADConnect in you domain to sync, this "just works."  But if you need this for older OSes, you'll need to set up ADFS. Which is not a simple proposition.
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Like Cliff Said Running AAD connect on your AD domain server is the way to do what you want. You'll need your Office 365 admin account and your local AD Admin account information to do this. A full tutorial and further information from Microsoft. If you are in need of doing this with a Federated server see this link instead.

if you have any questions during the process feel free to ask further questions.
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Thanks Cliff Galiher and Zachariah Browning for your help!! I'll try to read and learn about this!!

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