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AAD Sync, switch from hash to pass-through and SSO

Hi, Today I'm using AAD Sync with Password Hash sync and I want to change to pass-through authentication and single sign-on. Are there anything I need to think about before doing this? Or can I just check the "Pass-through authentication" and "Enable single sign-on" boxes in Azure AD Connect and apply the settings? I've looked through this info: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/hybrid/how-to-connect-sso-quick-start I just want to know that I don't screw anything up and make it so people can't login or something like that.

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SteveEns-0544 answered ·

It's a very easy process. I did it a few weeks ago. Add the group policy and within minutes you are good to go!

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BijuThankappan-5910 answered ·

Hi, @PatricF-6580 It's a 2 step process and is seamless: 1) Refer this doc to configure PTA. Check the Prerequisites. 2) Refer this doc to configure SSO

I hope this answers your question? Cheers!

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