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Active Directory and AzureAD ConnectPrepared by:[]ObjectiveOne of the key aspects of deploying Microsoft 365 is the ability to provide users a single identity andensuring it is properly configured. When this is accomplished, users can access seamlessly resources thatare on-premises and in Microsoft 365 environment. Otherwise, users will have to use multiple accountsdepending on where the resources are hosted. In this deliverable, you will use Microsoft Azure ADConnect tool to sync on-premises Active Directory to Azure AD. First, you will install Windows Server2019 in a virtual environment and create an Active Directory Forest. Second, you will install andconfigure the Azure AD Sync tool. Finally, you will show the accounts that are synced to the Microsoft365 Tenant.Part 1: Install Windows Server 2019Plan: Windows Server 2019 Active Directory1.Step 1 - Windows Server 2019 Screenshot
2.Step 2 - Select the operating system to install (Choose the Standard Desktop Experienceversion)3.Step 3 - Applicable Notices and License Terms Screenshot
4.Step 4 - Installing Windows ScreenshotPart 2: Install and Configure Active DirectoryPlan: Install Active Directory and Create Accounts1.Step 1 – Change the computername to FirstNameInitialLastNameInitial-CurrentDate (i.eJohn Smith with the current date of 10/09/2020 would be JS-20201009) usingPowerShell (Rename-Computer). Provide a screenshot of the PowerShell.

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