Office 365 - Hybrid Migration - Part 1: ADFS configuration
We then connect to the online service:
At this point, we have to enter Global Administrator credentials for the domain we want to manage.
This would be something like:
We then verify which domains are federated with the following cmdlet:
In my case, it is the mitserv.net domain that is federated:
Note: I added... | format-list name,status.auth* so all the output would be neatly aligned to the left. Otherwise, by default, authentication displays on the far right on the screen
We have to connect to the ADFS server from O365 at this time:
Set-MsolADFSContext -Computer ADFS-1
Note: ADFS-1 is the name of my ADFS server.
And now, we can convert the domain to standard (as opposed to federated):
Convert-MsolDomainToStandard -DomainName mitserv.net -SkipUserConversion:$true -PasswordFile C:\userpasswords.txt
Note: we can name the password text file to whatever we want. In my case, this file was not even created.
We should obtain a result like this (click to enlarge):
Set-MsolDomainAuthentication -Authentication Managed -DomainName mitserv.net
This is what the user will see: