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Welcome to the Azure Active Directory Customer Connect site.

Microsoft Connect is a platform and online solution that enables collaboration to improve and build the best in class products and services. Below you will find info on our current public programs available for download and/or providing input. We hope you enjoy your experience, and appreciate your interest and participation. 

 

Azure Active Directory Connect Beta (for download and/or providing input)

AAD Connect is a single wizard that performs all of the steps you would otherwise have to do manually for connecting AD and local directories to AAD.  The AAD Connect wizard beta release provides a guided experience for integrating a single Active Directory forest with Windows Azure Active Directory. In upcoming versions, we plan support multiple forests and directories.

·   Download AAD Connect Beta

 

Windows Server Active Directory Migration Tool (ADMT) V3.2 (for download only)

The Windows Server Active Directory Migration Tool (ADMT) V3.2 is a free utility that allows you to migrate objects (users, computers, groups, etc.) from one Windows Server Active Directory domain/forest to another.  Please select the appropriate link below to begin downloading the version of ADMT and/or the Password Export Server (PES) that is suitable for your platform and locale.

Download the Windows Server Active Directory Migration Tool (ADMT) V3.2.

   

Workplace Join for Windows 7 (for download and/or providing input)

With Windows Server 2012 R2 Federation Services, customers can set conditional access policies based on known devices. This package is necessary to allow Domain joined Windows 7 machines access to resources that are protected by these policies. For more information on Workplace Join, see Overview: Join to Workplace from Any Device for SSO and Seamless Second Factor Authentication across Company Applications.

Workplace Join for Windows 7 is available for machines that have been joined to an Active Directory Domain. These are typically corporate-owned machines that have been provided to information workers. You must also deploy Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) and enable the Device Registration Service (DRS). For more information on deploying Active Directory Federation Services see, Windows Server 2012 R2 AD FS Deployment Guide.