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MarileeTurscak-MSFT asked LordReydrX commented

Trending on MSDN: Is it possible to write back users from Azure AD to an on-premises Active Directory?

Is there a way to write-back users from Azure Active Directory to Active Directory on-premises?

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ryanchill answered Grmacjon-MSFT edited

User writeback is not currently supported. The product group is working on adding this capability in the future. Right now it is possible to write back passwords and groups, but not users.

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JimmySthl-2346 answered LordReydrX commented

However you build around it with a topology like this if you need to provision user in azure for hybrid env

Azure AD -> Azure AD Domain Services -> forest trust -> On prem ADDS -> Azure AD connect -> Azure AD

That would solve your problem if I understand you correct

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/architecture/reference-architectures/identity/adds-forest
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory-domain-services/synchronization

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Nice!

It’s about time people stopped applauding the canned answers and started putting real thought behind both the question and answers.

Screw the limitations—find away.

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