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Office 365 Hybrid Deployment With Exchange 2010 SP2 – Part 5

We have configured ADFS 2.0, Microsoft Online Services Module for PowerShell, enabled a public domain for SSO, activated AD synchronization in Office 365, installed & configured Dir Sync tool in our on-premise environment & sync’d AD with Office 365. Read part one, two, three and four, if you have missed it. In this part, we…

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Office 365 Hybrid Deployment With Exchange 2010 SP2 – Part 4

We have signed up for Office 365 E3 trial, configured ADFS 2.0, installed Microsoft Online Services Module for PowerShell, connected to Office 365 & configured the public domain for SSO & enabled AD synchronization so far. Read part one, two & three here. In this part, we will install & configure Directory Sync tool.

Office 365 Hybrid Deployment With Exchange 2010 SP2 – Part 3
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Office 365 Hybrid Deployment With Exchange 2010 SP2 – Part 3

We have so far signed up for Office 365 trial and have installed ADFS 2.0 on the domain controller in the test lab. Read part one and two of the series here. In this part, we will install & configure Microsoft Online Services Module for Windows PowerShell for single sign-on and setup Directory Sync in…

Office 365 Hybrid Deployment With Exchange 2010 SP2 – Part 2
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Office 365 Hybrid Deployment With Exchange 2010 SP2 – Part 2

In this article, we will go through the steps to setup and configure ADFS 2.0. If you have missed the first part, read it here. ADFS is required for single sign-on access to Office 365 services. ADFS for Office 365 is NOT about enabling the ADFS role from Server Manager. ADFS Version 2 is required…

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Office 365 Hybrid Deployment With Exchange 2010 SP2 – Part 1

I am starting an article series which explains how to have a hybrid deployment of Exchange 2010 SP2 with Office 365. You can follow along if you have a test lab. As I have written before, there is no money involved in setting this up, as Microsoft is offering a 30 days trial for E3…