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The following considerations apply: When you change the synchronization scope for an Azure AD DS managed domain, a full resynchronization occurs.
New objects are created in the managed domain. Resynchronization may take a long time to complete. The synchronization time depends on the number of objects such as users, groups, and group memberships in the Azure AD DS managed domain and Azure AD directory.
For large directories with many hundreds of thousands of objects, resynchronization may take a few days. Enable scoped synchronization using the Azure portal To enable scoped synchronization in the Azure portal, complete the the following steps: Follow the tutorial to create and configure an Azure AD DS instance.
Complete all prerequisites and deployment steps other than for synchronization scope. When the Azure portal shows that the Azure AD DS managed domain has finished provisioning, the following tasks need to be completed: Update DNS settings for the virtual network so virtual machines can find the managed domain for domain join or authentication. On the Overview window, you are prompted to automatically configure these DNS settings. Enable password synchronization to Azure AD Domain Services so end users can sign in to the managed domain using their corporate credentials.
Choose your instance, such as aaddscontoso. Select Synchronization from the menu on the left-hand side. To remove a group from the synchronization scope, select it from the list of currently synchronized groups and choose Remove groups. When all changes are made, select Save synchronization scope.
Changing the scope of synchronization causes the Azure AD DS managed domain to resynchronize all data. Objects that are no longer required in the Azure AD DS managed domain are deleted, and resynchronization may take a long time to complete. Set the synchronization scope from Scoped to All, then select Save synchronization scope.
PowerShell script for scoped synchronization To configure scoped synchronization using PowerShell, first save the following script to a file named Select-GroupsToSync.
All user accounts that are part of the specified groups are synchronized to the Azure AD DS managed domain. This script is used in the additional steps in this article. Removing it! A couple of steps in this article are modified slightly to configure scoped synchronization. Stop at the step to actually create the managed domain.
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