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    Posted: 15 Jun 2022 at 10:33pm
Hi,

This product looks amazing!

We are looking at using ForensiT to migrate our user machines from Domain Joined to Azure AD Joined.
We are also looking to move from a Hybrid AD environment to a pure AzureAD environment. 

Is there any information available on how this process works with User Accounts that are transitioned?
And how does this work when we disconnect the On-Premises AD.

Thanks in Advance.
Steven
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Hi, 

User Profile Wizard can migrate these profiles for you. 

There are demonstration videos here which may help you.

If you are in a Hybrid domain, the <OldDomain> needs to be your on-premises AD domain. Remember that in a Hybrid domain, the laptops are only joined to Azure AD via the AD domain – as soon as you unjoin the machines from the AD domain, they are unjoined from Azure AD as well. You need to re-join to Azure AD separately. However, User Profile Wizard can do this for you using a Provisioning Package.

Many thanks,

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