Updating active sync
Do not update anything here, this is to just see if changes are reflected from AD Now if you navigate to the site collection and search for the user I do not see the reflected name yet.This is because the user is not synchronizing correctly to a Site Collection. Navigate to Site Setting of the site collection in question Click on Site Permissions Click on Check Permissions Give user name here and note the groups and permissions of the user. Membership Group Id=0 Delete the user from this list.Once done the user’s properties are now synced with site collection and update properties started getting reflected.We have Exchange 2010 Hybrid Setup along with Azure Active Directory Connect which synchronizes objects between our On-Prem AD and Azure AD.
I can see members exist in our On-Prem distribution group and they are properly synchronized to Azure Ad but for some reason the membership is not accurate in Exchange Online.In short, this is the pre-update mail synchronization flow for an EAS device after a mailbox is moved from on-premises to Office 365: A solution has been built (and shipped in above mentioned updates) to make sure mailbox moves from on-premises to Office 365 are seamless for EAS users, as well.Once the updates are installed on your on-premises servers and a mailbox is moved to Office 365, an EAS device should be able to find the new location of the mailbox and sync without any user impact or intervention.To do this, on the Site Actions menu, click Site Permissions, and then click Check Permissions.The All People group is hidden in Share Point 2010.
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