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We have internal AD that syncs to o365 via Azure AD Connect. It is not a hybrid environment; there is no Exchange on site. I am trying to find the best way to use Adaxes to create the local user account, and assign a licence to the o365 after the AD Connect syncs.
For a time (before we were using AD Connect) we were having Adaxes create the local user, then create the o365 account and assign a license. It appears that AD Connect takes up to 30 mins to sync the new user to o365, so I am not sure the best way to handle that. Thanks for any help you can provide.

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Hello Jason,

There is no need to change anything in the process. You can keep creating Office 365 accounts and assigning licenses after creating users in the on-premises Active Directory. AAD Connect will just synchronize the accounts on the next run.

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