10-06-2017 11:09 AM
10-06-2017 11:09 AM
We have office 365 premium.. i've set up our .com domain in the admin portal.. ran through the steps, except i did not add dns entries.. (we will do hybrid, both on site offsite for now, ie: exchange online for some, but not others for a short term).. i chose the skip for now option there.. it added the .com
When i run the azure AD sign-in configuration page.. it lists our domain.local domain as active directory upn suffix and on the right azure ad domain (still) says "Not added" (i thought domain.com would have appeared here after fixing the skip for now option on the portal).
At the bottom is says "users will not be able to sign-in azure ad using their on-premises credentials"
At this point i'm confused.. i thought adding the domain to office 365 was enough for it not to warn this..
Or.. do i need to do the powershell command i found on here to add an AD suffix.. though it looks like that command changes all existing to the new one? Wouldnt this be bad for users already logged in.. wouldnt it require they choose something different on next login (lose profile?).. how do we make this transparent and not affect the end users?
Thanks in advance
10-06-2017 11:26 AM
As long as you have the domain verified in O365, you will be able to sync the .com domain correctly. Of course, make sure that it's added as additional UPN suffix on-prem and the corresponding user attributes are changed to reflect the new suffix.
10-06-2017 11:31 AM
10-06-2017 11:45 AM
Not sure which PowerShell cmdlet you are referring to, but adding the suffix in the AD Domains and Trust snap-in is harmless. Changing the user's UPN to reflect the new suffix will change the way they login to some applications, but the old domain\samaccountname method will continue to work.
10-06-2017 11:54 AM - edited 10-06-2017 11:57 AM
Ah ok.. so either way no harm even with a brute force command line method?
I think either way, for single sign on to work as it should with exchange online later on, they all need to sign in via .com anyway.. so i'm guessing this is fine
Here is the article for the command line/powershell https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/canitpro/2015/07/07/step-by-step-changing-the-upn-suffix-for-an-...
10-06-2017 01:07 PM
I added the suffix to the domain.. refreshed the azure ad connect sign in page..
now it shows under ad upn suffix BOTH domain.local and domain.com.. domain.local under azure ad domain says not added.. and the domain.com says verified..
At the bottom it still says users will not be able to sign in using on premises creds.. unsure why though..
10-07-2017 05:41 AM
Probably because it detect the users with the .local suffix.