Hey, everyone! It’s Bernardo, and today we’re diving deep into the world of PowerShell with Azure AD Connect. Specifically, we’ll be discussing how to disable the deletion threshold between your AD Connect synchronization and your tenant. This might not sound like a big deal, but if you’re in the midst of a massive cleanup within your Active Directory and you hit that threshold, which is set at 500 by default, it can cause errors and disruptions. So, let’s explore how to disable it and get things running smoothly.
Understanding the Problem
Imagine this scenario: you’ve cleaned up your Active Directory by removing a thousand old accounts and now you want to perform a force sync to update your tenant. The trouble is, when you exceed the default threshold of 500 deletions, it’s likely to throw an error. That’s where PowerShell comes to the rescue. Check out the quick video to guide you through the process step by step.