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Did you want for the 72 hours??
If you use this command, you must wait 72 hours before you can turn directory synchronization back on.
Also, you can check that directory synchronization was fully disabled, with:
This command will return True or False. Continue to run this command periodically until it returns False, and then try to update an object by using Windows PowerShell
Hope this helps,
Carlos Solís Salazar
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