I manage quite a few Office 365 setups each using Azure connect synchronizing local AD to Office 365. When something is wrong with synchronizations I get alerts which is good however if password synchronization stops working then no alerts occur.
I have been reading a lot about this for a highly available environment. It states that the Staging Server reads all Azure AD changes so that it is ready for production. Does this mean that a staging server will also act as a highly available server for P
Update: After labbing and testing this scenario - Installing the second staging server works to handle PTA requests. Even thought the second Azure AD Connect server is in staging mode, it will look at the queue for authentication requests and verify... Read more
It is correct that the user does not need to authenticate themselves to the AD DS domains. However the documentation on the combination of AD user account attributes that will be supported with Azure AD App Proxy for Windows integrat