There’s a lot of conversation on the Internet about how DNS Aging and Scavenging within Windows Server work, but lots of it doesn’t make sense, and most of it is pretty convoluted. I’ll aim to clear that up below in …
Find the AD object guid by running the following command from command prompt on AD server C:\Users\techadmin>ldifde -f user.txt -d “CN=User Sanfeliz,OU=Drafting,OU=03 Emp loyees,OU=02 Users Active, DC=aws,DC=miami” Connect to Windows Azure AD and find the same from Azure get-msoluser -userprincipalname …
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