What should you do?

Your company has 10,000 users who access all applications from an on-premises data center.

You plan to create a Microsoft 365 subscription and to migrate data to the cloud.

You plan to implement directory synchronization.

User account and group accounts must sync to Microsoft Azure Directory (Azure AD) successfully.

You discover that several user accounts fail to sync to Azure AD.

You need to identify which user accounts failed to sync. You must resolve the issue as quickly as possible.

What should you do?
A . From Active Directory Administrative Center, search for all the users, and then modify the properties of the user accounts.
B . Run idfix.exe, and then click Complete.
C . From Windows PowerShell, run the Start-AdSyncSyncCycle CPolicyType Delta command.
D . Run idfix.exe, and then click Edit.

Answer: D

Explanation:

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 Azure Active Directory. IdFix is intended for the Active Directory administrators responsible for directory synchronization with Azure Active Directory.

Reference:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/office365/enterprise/prepare-directory-attributes-for-synch-with-idfix

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