Password writeback is a feature that can sync the password changes in Azure Active Directory back to your on-premises AD DS environment.
Azure AD Connect gives a secure way to send these password changes back to an existing on-premises directory from Azure AD
How to enable Azure ad connect user writeback
You can enable password writeback in Azure AD Connect by following the below steps
Step-1: Sign in to the Azure AD Connect server and start the Azure AD Connect wizard.
Step 2: Select the Configure option from the Welcome page.
Step 3: Now, select the Customize synchronization options on the Additional Tasks page, then click the Next button.
Step-4: Now, it will ask to enter the credentials. Provide your global administrator credential on the Connect to Azure AD page and click the Next button.
Step-5: Click the Next button on the Connect directories and Domain/OU filtering pages.
Step-6: Select(Check) the checkbox next to the Password writeback option On the Optional Features page and then click the Next button.
Step-7: Select the Configure option on the Ready to Configure page and wait for some time. After some time, you will see the configuration finish option and click the Exit button.
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