You will notice that the AzureAD Sync tool stopped synchronizing and in the Office 365 portal under Health Directory Sync Status you will notice the error message Warning: no recent synchronization under Password Sync.
In Powershell when you run the
Start-ADSyncSyncCycle you will get the below error
Warning: no recent synchronization
Start-ADSyncSyncCycle : System.InvalidOperationException: Scheduler is already
suspended via global parameters.
To fix this, simply open Powershell and run the below command.
Set-ADSyncScheduler -SchedulerSuspended $false
After it completes, re-run
Start-ADSyncSyncCycle and it will work.
You setup the domain, verified and you are in the process of configuring the Azure AD Connect Tool, you will be asked to enter the username and password for the tool to connect to the Azure AD.
The connector immediately stops with an error at the first step under the Express/Custom settings page titled “Connect to Azure AD” with the below error.
Unable to validate credentials. An unexpected error has occurred
This error most probably will show because you are using a user which ends with @outlook.com and the connect tool will not work with an service-bound Outlook username. To fix this issue and work successfully simply create a new ‘Global Admin’ user on the AD which ends @yourdomain.
In my case this worked like a charm.