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Server 2012 R2 Essentials Integration Error with Office 365 – Failed to activate password sync.
Paul discusses the pros and cons of small office/home office versions of Windows Server 2012.
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Today’s startups will do email, calendaring, and collaboration in the cloud and won’t want expensive and complex on-premises servers. The other way to look at this is that Essentials is, in my mind, ideal for any modern startup of just a few people. It’s basically a plug-and-play server appliance. What Essentials brings to this party is on-site storage (with redundancy if you need it), the centralized PC backup stuff, simple remote access, and more.
, the same password is used for both the local network account and for Office 365). Pretty much identical to DirSync with Password Synchronization with the exception of when using Azure Premium where passwords can also be synced back to on-premises. With this feature, the end user experience is improved by seamlessly using the same password when authenticating to on-premises resources and applications as well as cloud services (e.
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(You can virtualize Essentials on Windows Server 2012 Standard or Datacenter, but not Foundation: Remember, it comes with new server hardware only. Neither products support the Hyper-V role, which was actually a temporary stumbling block for my own installation.
Microsoft must consider that a business small enough to run Windows Server 2012 Essentials (25 users and 50 devices is the limit) will not operate in hybrid cloud mode, at least for their email system. Using both email services at the same time (a hybrid messaging environment) is not supported by Windows Server 2012 Essentials at this time. Windows Server 2012 Essentials supports this configuration as well, that is, either on-premise Exchange or in-public-cloud Office 365.
There was a known issue about Microsoft Office 365 Integration failure on Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials due to exceeding the maximum message size quota.
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I don’t really have a test account/system I can try it with, but earlier today I had the exact issue happen, where passwords were changed (either online, or locally) but unknown to the staff using the computer (shared computer, staff today is not what staff yesterday was – shared common account). That is interesting, because it doesn’t appear to work that way.