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IdFix DirSync Error Remediation Tool

IdFix is used to perform discovery and remediation of identity objects and their attributes in an on-premises Active Directory environment in preparation for migration to Office 365. IdFix is intended for the Active Directory administrators responsible for DirSync with the Office 365 service.

The purpose of IdFix is to reduce the time involved in remediating the Active Directory errors reported by the DirSync appliance. Our focus is on enabling the customer to accomplish the task in a simple expedient fashion without relying upon subject matter experts.

New Features: IdFix now supports both Multi-Tenant and Dedicated rule sets. Multi-select has been enabled in the datagrid for faster editing and the ISO 3166-1 checks for c and co have been deprecated

The Microsoft Office 365 IdFix tool provides the customer with the ability to identify and remediate object errors in their Active Directory in preparation for deployment to Office 365. They will then be able to successfully synchronize users, contacts, and groups from the on-premises Active Directory into the Microsoft Office 365 environment.

Important: This code and any associated information is provided “AS IS” without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability and/or fitness for a particular purpose. The entire risk of use, inability to use, or results from the use of this code remain with the user.

Download URL : IdFix DirSync Error Remediation Tool


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