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We are in hybrid mode with 365. All the accounts we create have to made with a .com instead of .local. How can I make that change in adaxes? Or is this some default I need to change in AD instead?

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Hello,

For us to assist you, please, clarify where exactly the top-level domain must be changed. Is it in email addresses or in user principal names? Any additional details, screenshots and live examples would be much appreciated.

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