Configure SSO for a domain with ADFS - Convert a domain to a federated domain in Office 365

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Follow these simple steps to convert a domain to a federated domain. Take precaution to run the windows powershell from the desktop shortcut. Right click the desktop shortcut and 'Run as administrator'.

  1. $cred=Get-Credential
  2. Connect-MsolService -Credential $cred
  3. Convert-MsolDomainToFederated -DomainName xxxx.com -SupportMultipleDomain

In Step 3, if you dont have multiple domains in AD then you can leave out the SupportMultipleDomain switch





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