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Sync Azure AD to a local AD Server

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What is a good Resource or place to start when looking to Synchronize or move Active Directory to Windows Azure?
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Thanks for your help i can use this.
Step 1 - Put the AD in the Cloud then
Step 2 - Access the Local Domain Remotely.
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No prob. Let me know if you have any problems getting it setup.
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