0 votes

Hello!

I've just upgraded our installation of Adaxes to 2014.1, and I'm looking forward to utilising the new features, particularly the O365 Cloud management features.

However, before i start using these, I'd like to enquire about the impact to our existing set up.

We moved to O365 (Edu Plan A2) back in February, so our install / tenancy is still quite fresh. We are currently using DirSync (with PasswordSync) to with O365. we are using PS to manage licensing and other such trivialities like UPN renames.

What impact would using 2014.1 have to this established set up? If I bind our tenancy to Adaxes, will it start managing object and password syncs instead of dirsync? I assume, for many tasks, (such as license provisioning) i can move forward with Adaxes.

Any insight offered, before I flick the switch (will wait for some feedback), would be greatly welcome.

Many thanks,

Jay

by (90 points)

1 Answer

0 votes
by (18.0k points)
selected by
Best answer

Adaxes works perfectly in pair with DirSync. Adaxes doesn't synchronize data between your on-premise AD and Office 365. This job should be done by DirSync.
Adaxes can be used to automatically assign and revoke licenses for Office 365 services, immediately activate Office 365 accounts for new users created in your on-premices AD, immediately synchronize passwords, revoke licenses and block access to the Office 365 tenant during user deprovisioning, etc.

0

Outstanding!

Thanks for the prompt update Eugene :)

Related questions

0 votes
1 answer

Hi, I installed a new adaxes 2014.1 server and restore web interfaces from another server in 2013.2 When I uncheck Operations in Customize Operations windows, there is no ... fine on my 2 others Adaxes servers (in 2013.2) Thanks in advance Regards Sebastien

asked May 7, 2014 by smasset (740 points)
0 votes
1 answer

I need to edit the default calendar permissions to reviewer for all company. We are using office2016 so the policy on M365 to do this doesn't seem to work. Instead ... the permissions on the calendar? Im aware that this would slow down user creation somewhat

asked Mar 25, 2021 by will17 (350 points)
0 votes
1 answer

We are in the process of updating our Active Directory Domain Controllers to server 2022 and the Domain/Forest function level. Our concern is that we still have Adaxes ... version of Windows server for our DCs and the Domain/Forest function level of 2016?

asked Oct 11, 2023 by sphoeinix (20 points)
0 votes
1 answer

Hello, after upgrading to 2014.1 the web interface is throwing lots warnings pertaining to groups: Failed to build a list of groups, in which user 'Some.Person@domain.local ... very noisy with these warnings. :) Has anyone else experienced this? Any ideas?

asked Aug 29, 2014 by EgotisticalGiraffe (350 points)
0 votes
1 answer

I'm moving from 2013.1 (on Server 2008 R2) to 2014.1 (on Server 2012 R2) and am going from a single server to 2 new servers and will shut down the 2013 ... be updated properly if their target object is moved or renamed. Would another reboot fix this possibly?

asked Aug 26, 2014 by danftasc (440 points)
3,434 questions
3,130 answers
7,984 comments
546,352 users