I recently did a domain upgrade for our office to Windows Server 2012 r2. Upon seeing the new Windows Server Essentials Experience and its ability to perform a directory sync with Office 365, I installed the optional server components to enable this feature and everything was working fine. Upon adding a secondary domain controller to the domain, I started getting the following error:
Action needed for Microsoft Azure Active Directory password synchronization
Occurrences SERVER 1/6/2015 3:58 PM Details The current configuration of Microsoft Azure Active Directory password synchronization does not support multiple domain controllers. A configuration update is needed to support multiple domain controllers.
Resolution Open Windows Powershell with administrative privilege, and run the cmdlet Update-WssMsoPasswordSynchronzation.
Upon opening PowerShell (as admin) to run the above command, I find that the commandlet does not exist. Looking more into it I managed to find only a single post of someone else with the same problem but no real solution...
Its like the directory sync through the Windows Server Essentials Experience is a version of DirSync but with far less control than the full version. I am not sure how to fix the problem if I cannot run full DirSync commands.
Both domain controllers are running Windows Server 2012 r2 Standard.