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office 365 portal very slow.

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In a hybrid environment, everything to load in office 365 portal is very very slow.

The account has many users and roles etc.. but is there a way to make it faster.

Also when creating a new user , I need to create it first on AD, wait for it to sync and then manually create in on office 365 portal.

Is there a way to have one place that will do everything?
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1) I know it's hosted , but I think with other clients it's much faster this one I don't know if its because of the amount of information it has (users, roles etc..) or because it's hybrid. the bandwidth is pretty decent .

2)I never used AADConnect, I need to try that. it's a one stop shop. ?
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If you have a hybrid, you have sone sort of sync in place. Either dirsync, its replacement AADSync, or its replacement AADConnect. What I said above is true regardless of which sync tool you have in place. None of them change the fundamental workflow.

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Just to load the users or roles is very slagish ..
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As I said, the only thing you can do is open a ticket with MS. None of my tenants are particularly slow. And since you don't control the back-end, there isn't much you could do.
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