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Cannot find the script module ADSyncPrep needed to complete Azure AD Connect Upgrade

I just did an Azure AD Sync upgrade on our DC server (win2012 R2) and completed. However Microsoft forces you to exit after completion and gives this message

 "to sync your Windows 10 domain joined computers to Azure AD as registered devices, you need to

run Initialize-ADSyncDomainJoinedComputerSync in the script module ADSyncPrep for imprimis.local

I'm having trouble completing this since I don't know where script module is for ADSyncPrep to run the script. Very litle information on the web
locating ADSyncPrep. Can you help explain what I need to run? that intialize command does not run in Powershell.
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It's part of the AAD Connect install, try locating it in the "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Azure Active Directory Connect\AdPrep" dir.
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I've tried to do this.  " to import the module and then fire up command" Does the AdSyncPrep.psm1 file run directly in PowerShell. What is the command to import? I also looked at Azure AD Health status and its shows a sync error, plus says it requires Microsoft Azure AD Premium so I'll need to talk to my reseller on this add-on and cost

Thanks for the feedback

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yes, it will run from elevated powershell on ad sync server

The article posted above already provides command to import and register SCP

u just need to ensure that you logged on to ad sync server with account having domain admins and enterprise admins member
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