Microsoft 365 Multi-Geo addresses data residency requirements set by local laws and policies by allowing organizations to control where their data is stored. Administrators can provision and store data at rest in either the central location or satellite locations, including end user’s Exchange Online Mailboxes, OneDrive for Business, Team and SharePoint Online data.
The goal of this guide is to provide a step-by-step walk through of how-to setup Synchronization between your Multi-Geo Microsoft 365 tenants. To set up On Demand Migration Directory Synchronization between your tenants, source objects must be either matched to existing objects or created as new objects in the target environment.
This guide covers the following topics:
What are the On Demand Migration Directory Sync requirements
How to Configure On Demand Migration Directory Sync
How to Perform Synchronization for Multi-Geo enabled objects
How to Validate Synchronization results
Frequently Asked Questions
Client is licensed for On Demand Migration Directory Sync
Azure AD Application Account
An account with Global Administrator Role is required to grant permissions and establish connection when adding a Cloud Environment.
Azure AD PowerShell Accounts
Two (2) PowerShell accounts are automatically created to read and update objects in the cloud. To do this an OAuth token is used from the account used to add the Cloud Environment.
These PowerShell accounts do not require any Microsoft 365 licenses.
Exchange Administrator, Teams Administrator and User Administrator roles will be added for these PowerShell accounts.
This topic describes how to set up the On Demand Migration Directory Sync, setup the sync template and configure the Directory Sync workflow.
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