PowerShell v2 and convert domain to federated

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Trying to move all our day-to-day operations to the Azure Active Directory Powershell v2 module since we use MFA.


One thing we do quite a lot is convert customer domains to federated (ADFS) with:

Import-Module msonline
Set-MsolADFSContext -Computer <server>
Convert-MsolDomainToFederated -DomainName <domain.com>


However, can't find cmdlet to do this with v2. Anyone got some info if this will soon be available or are we stuck with v1 for still some time?


Right now running (Version history here)

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Some stuff is still missing from the AzureAD module, managing federation is one such example. It's hardly a day-to-day operation though, so just keep the old MSOL module installed on some machine, and do your daily tasks with the Azure AD one.

As I suspected, I guess it's on the roadmap. It's just confusing for colleagues and customers when you educate them that "Sure, the product is GA but we still have stuff missing... " but that's just the life of admins nowadays in the world of continuous deployment/development :)

Well, GA is more of a marketing term nowadays. Azure AD blade in the new Azure portal is also GA, but we miss a lot of settings there too. They will arrive eventually, but in the meantime we have to rely on older versions (PowerShell or Azure Portal) :)

GA does not mean feature complete, it just means that it backed by an enterprise SLA, supported by Microsoft Support, and is ready to use for production apps
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