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Adding your domain name to Office 365
Note
If you know you will be implementing SSO, we recommend you implement it prior to
installing the Directory Sync tool. However, it is not uncommon for organizations to first
implement directory synchronization before AD FS. In fact, in our experience, this has
been quite a common approach.
The first step to integrating AD with Office 365 is to add your domain name to your Office
365 tenant. To do so, you first need to own a fully qualified domain name (FQDN). A fully
qualified domain name is defined as a routable Internet domain name, such as .com, .net,
or .org. A non-routable domain name, such as .lcl or .local, cannot be added.
Adding your domain name to Office 365
You can add your domain name to Office 365 through Windows PowerShell scripting. For
now, we will use the graphical interface to accomplish this task:
1. Log on to your Office 365 admin center at https://portal.microsoftonline.com and
click the domains link, as shown in Figure 3-2.
Figure 3-2 Office 365 admin center.
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