0

I am wanting to complete the following.

Azure AD:

Domain1 Domain2

Azure AD Connect

Single local domain controller

I apologize for my formatting beforehand. But is it possible to sync users/attributes from both domain 1 and domain 2 onto a local domain controller to facilitate single sign on for two domains, and one local domain controller?

Best regards,

  • Your question doesn't quite make sense. You don't sync from Azure AD to local AD, you sync from local AD to Azure AD. Could you explain what you're trying to do in more detail? – joeqwerty Jul 26 at 0:20
  • My apologies. I guess I wasn't fully sure what we needed but here is the solution that ended up working. I wasn't sure if you were able to take two office 365 domains under one tenancy and have it sync with Azure AD connect to a single local domain for both domains. What I did was added in a UPN suffix for both domains in the Windows domain and they were able to sync to the Microsoft domains and enable SSO without any issues. Sorry for the confusion my lack of understanding made my wording terrible. – bloonacho Aug 5 at 23:59
0

The setup used the following:

Microsoft Domain 1
Microsoft Domain 2

Both under a single tenancy for management. 1 Azure AD connect enabled local Windows AD. Synced users from either domains by utilizing add-in UPN suffixes.

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.