Few things to keep in mind. We will still need to connect with a PDC if we are using password reset feature. The initial sync we rely on the DC Locator to find a DC so make sure your subnets are defined properly . Question : I edited the rules in the Sync Rules Editor. How do I export the rules to save my configuration? Answer: First, editing the out-of-box rules is not supported, as an upgrade will overwrite any changes to these rules. This goes for deleting the out-of-box rules as well. The best practice is to create your own rules and give them higher precedence (i.e. lower precedence number). If you absolutely need to change an out-of-box rule, make a copy of it and disable the original rule. You can find out more information about best practice for changing the default configuration here . Now, once you've created your custom rules, or you've tweaked everything just the way you like it, you can export your rules in the Synchronization Rules Editor, selecting either Inbound or Outbound rules, then using CTRL or Shift to select multiple rules. Finish it off by clicking on Export and saving to the filename of your choosing :)
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