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Convert my federated identity to standard

I setup my tenant with a Lab for federation and now the lab server no longer exists. I need to change my tenant back to standard. I tried to follow this article. https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/Convert-MsolDomain-To-ced5a502

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Hello @ThorFayad-9505 ,


As your server does not exist so you can use the Set-MsolDomainAuthentication cmdlet directly to convert to managed authentication for your domain . You would need to use the Connect-MsolService to connect to the Microsoft Online service before you can run the below command . As you have already run the script that you linked I believe you would have it already setup on your machine. You can change the authentication for the domain to Managed using the following cmdlet .


PS C:\Users> Set-MsolDomainAuthentication -Authentication Managed -DomainName contoso.com

PS C:\Users> Get-MsolDomain

Name Status Authentication
---- ------ --------------
xxxxxxt.com Verified Managed
xxxxxxxe.in Verified Federated
xxxxxxxxr.in Verified Federated
pxxxxxxx.in Verified Managed
pxxxxxx.in Unverified Managed



This should solve your problem. If you still get any error , please let us know and we will help you further. If the information solves your issue , please do accept it as answer so that it helps other community members. If there is something that I have missed , please do let me know in comment and we will be gald to help you further on this . If you have an unrelated issue , please open a new thread and we will help you further.


Thank you.



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