The guide available here:
Is not multi-tenant aware.
This prevents the use of meaningful conditional access polices where multiple customers are sharing the same source Windows Server OnPrem AD in a hybrid 365 scenario.
I would like a solution that allows the SCP information to be delivered by an alternate means, GPO for example.
We could then sync multiple customers in AD to multiple 365 tenants and implement conditional access effectively.21 votes
We are in the process of updating docs to include Hybrid Azure AD join as a supported scenario in a single AD forest to multiple Azure AD tenants. This could be achieved using client side SCP settings that can be configured using GPO. However, there are certain limitations with a single AD forest to multiple Azure AD tenant setup. Capabilities like Windows Hello for Business using cert trust deployment model, enabling Conditional Access for on-prem apps federated with AD FS, Syncing Office 365 Groups back to on-prem Exchange, enabling Seamless SSO and enabling Azure AD Password Protection for on-prem AD DS will not work.
I can see in Azure AD the device can store Bitlocker encryption keys. I have been able to directly store bitlocker keys to Azure. My issue is that I have computers with bitlocker enabled and the bitlocker information stored in on-prem AD. Currently there is no way to synchronize the on-prem bitlocker keys with the Azure Hybrid connected device. I think this should be included in the ADconnect tool, especially since the msFVE-RecoveryInformation object is a sub-object of the device.10 votes
We are currently working with Intune to provide a cloud based Bitlocker management solution that will work for both Azure AD joined and Hybrid Azure AD joined devices. We will update this thread once we have more information to share.
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