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Pendapatan kotor Rp 129,2 miliar Ada Apa dengan Cinta? 2 ( bahasa Inggris: What's Up with Love? 2) adalah sebuah film remaja Indonesia produksi Miles Productions yang merupakan sekuel dari Ada Apa dengan Cinta? yang rilis tahun 2002. Film ini tayang di Indonesia pada 28 April 2016. [1] [2] Film ini masih dibintangi oleh pemeran film sebelumnya, termasuk Dian Sastrowardoyo sebagai Cinta dan Nicholas Saputra sebagai Rangga. Film ini berhasil meraih 3,6 juta penonton dan menjadi aadc 2 Indonesia terlaris kedua tahun 2016.

Selain itu kesuksesan ini juga melampaui pencapaian film pertamanya. [3] Daftar isi • 1 Sinopsis • 2 Pemeran • 3 Album • 3.1 Daftar lagu • 4 Efek Sosial • 5 Penayangan Internasional • 6 Referensi • 7 Pranala luar Sinopsis [ sunting - sunting sumber ] Cinta ( Dian Sastrowardoyo) yang sekarang telah menjadi pemilik sebuah Kafe Seni Pop Mini di Jakarta. Dia dan geng SMA menghibur Karmen ( Adinia Wirasti), yang baru pulih dari kecanduan narkoba.

Milly ( Sissy Priscillia) menikah dengan mantan teman sekolahnya, Mamet ( Dennis Adhiswara) dan saat ini tengah mengandung anak pertama mereka, sementara Maura ( Titi Kamal) menikah dengan Chris ( Christian Sugiono) dengan 4 anak. Cinta mengumumkan bahwa ia akan pergi berlibur ke Yogyakarta dan bahwa dia bertunangan dengan pacarnya Trian ( Ario Bayu).

Sementara itu, di New York City, Rangga ( Nicholas Saputra) adalah co-owner sebuah kedai kopi. Saat saudara tirinya, Sukma ( Dimi Cindyastira), berkunjung untuk meminta dia untuk mengunjungi ibunya di Jogjakarta, tetapi dia menolak. Dia akhirnya berubah pikiran dan memutuskan untuk pergi ke sana setelah rekan pemilik dan temannya, Roberto ( Chase Kuertz) meyakinkan dia bahwa dia harus pulang ke Indonesia untuk menyelesaikan sesuatu yang perlu untuk diselesaikan.

Sebelum Cinta dan sahabat-sahabatnya pergi, mereka mengunjungi Makam Alya ( Ladya Cheryl), yang dijelaskan nanti dalam film dia meninggal dalam kecelakaan pada tahun 2010.

Rangga tiba di Jakarta untuk menemukan bahwa Cinta tidak lagi tinggal di rumahnya yang dulu, jadi dia pergi langsung ke Jogja. Di Jogja, saat berlibur, Karmen dan Aadc 2 melihat Rangga di jalan, dan mereka memberitahu Cinta tentang hal itu.

Cinta tidak ingin melihat Rangga pada awalnya, tetapi setelah bertengkar dengan Karmen, dia memutuskan untuk aadc 2. Hal ini menunjukkan bahwa mereka putus pada tahun 2006. Cinta mengungkapkan kemarahannya atas dirinya untuk hanya memotong hal off dengan tanpa penjelasan dan dia setuju untuk bertemu dengannya karena teman-temannya.

Rangga menjelaskan bahwa ia putus dengan Cinta karena dengan itu kemudian berjuang untuk hidup selama tahun-tahun, Rangga pikir ia tidak bisa membuat Cinta bahagia. Mereka memutuskan untuk mengakhiri hal-hal dalam hal ramah. Cinta berakhir menghabiskan sepanjang hari dengan Rangga, melupakan jadwal liburannya dengan teman-temannya. Sebelum berpisah, Cinta mencium Rangga, untuk shock kedua mantan kekasih.

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Kemudian Cinta kembali ke Jakarta dan Rangga mengunjungi ibunya. Cinta tidak bisa biarkan Rangga keluar dari pikirannya dan sebelum dia kembali ke New York, Rangga mampir di Jakarta dan pergi ke kafe Cinta. Dia mengakui bahwa ia ingin mereka menjadi lebih dari teman-teman lagi tetapi dia menjawab bahwa ciuman itu tidak ada artinya, yang membuat dia marah.

Dan, Rangga meninggalkan kafe saat Trian tiba di kafe. Trian, melihat perilaku Cinta berubah setelah perjalanan Jogja dan melihat Rangga sendiri, berhadapan dengan Cinta tentang Rangga, yang mengakibatkan berakhirnya pertunangan. Rangga terbang kembali ke New York sementara Cinta mengalami sedikit kecelakaan, tetapi tidak mendapat cedera. Setahun kemudian, Rangga dan Roberto memberikan karyawan mereka Donna ( Lei-Lei Bavoil) kenaikan gaji, dan dengan rasa terima kasih ia memeluk Rangga.

Pada saat yang sama, Cinta memasuki kafe dan kemudian melarikan diri. Rangga menjelaskan situasi dan Cinta tertawa. Mereka mengungkapkan cinta mereka satu sama lain, dan berbagi ciuman penuh gairah di Central Park yang bersalju, bersatu pada akhirnya.

Sebelum berakhir, Rangga dan Cinta yang tampaknya memegang bayi mereka, sampai Mamet datang dan meminta dia dan bayi Milly nya kembali. Pemeran [ sunting - sunting sumber ] • Dian Sastrowardoyo sebagai Cinta Cinta yang sudah dewasa kini bekerja melakukan proyek bidang seni di Jakarta. Setelah putus hubungan dengan Rangga, kini ia bertunangan dengan Trian.

Tetapi keputusannya telah terguncang setelah tidak sengaja melihat keberadaan Rangga di Yogyakarta. • Nicholas Saputra sebagai Rangga Sudah 14 tahun Rangga tinggal di New York dan memutuskan tidak kembali ke Indonesia, hingga pada suatu hari seorang perempuan yang ternyata adik tirinya bernama Sukma datang ke perusahaan kafe Rangga dan memintanya untuk pulang atas permohonan ibunya.

Bukan hanya itu, ia kembali ke tempat kelahirannya untuk berharap masih bisa bertemu kembali dengan Cinta. • Titi Kamal sebagai Maura Maura yang sudah dewasa masih memiliki sifat centil. Kini ia menikah dengan Christ dan menjadi seorang Ibu, ia masih berteman dengan teman-teman baiknya aadc 2 SMA Cinta, Milly, dan Carmen.

• Sissy Priscillia sebagai Milly Milly masih menyimpan sifat lugu dan mengundang tawa. Ia telah menikah dengan teman SMA nya Mamet dan mengandung seorang anak, ia dan Carmen adalah orang yang menemukan keberadaan Rangga di Yogyakarta. • Adinia Wirasti sebagai Carmen Carmen mengalami peristiwa menyayangkan dalam kehidupan pernikahannya, ia sempat mengalami kecanduan narkoba karena mantan suaminya berselingkuh. Setelah ia sudah menjalani rehabilitasi, ketiga aadc 2 Cinta, Maura dan Milly berada di sampingnya dan menghiburnya.

Sifat perhatian kepada orang lain masih terlihat pada dirinya. • Dennis Adhiswara sebagai Mamet Walaupun zaman SMA naksir dengan Cinta, kini ia sudah menikah dengan teman SMA-nya Milly. Ia sangat perhatian dengan Milly yang sedang dalam kondisi mengandung. • Ario Aadc 2 sebagai Trian Trian adalah tunangan Cinta.

Karena ia berasal dari keluarga berada, kini ia bekerja sebagai pengusaha muda. • Christian Sugiono sebagai Christ Christ sudah menjadi suami Maura dan memiliki anak-anak. • Sarita Thaib sebagai Ibu Rangga Setelah lama Rangga tidak pulang, ibunya sangat ingin bertemu dengan Rangga. Walaupun umurnya yang sudah tua, Ibu Rangga masih memiliki kondisi fisik yang sehat.

• Dimi Cindyastira sebagai Sukma (adik Rangga) Sukma adalah adik tiri Rangga, dialah yang datang ke New York dan meminta Rangga untuk pulang dan bertemu dengan ibunya kembali. • Chase Kuertz sebagai Roberto Roberto adalah sahabat Rangga selama di New York dan bersama mendirikan kafe. Ia juga yang menyuruh Rangga untuk kembali ke Jakarta dan menyelesaikan masalahnya.

Album [ sunting - sunting sumber aadc 2 Ost. Ada Apa dengan Cinta? 2 Album lagu tema karya Melly Goeslaw Dirilis 2016 Genre Pop Label Aquarius Musikindo Produser Aadc 2 Hoed Kronologi Melly Goeslaw Queen of Soundtrack (2013) Queen of Soundtrack2013 Ost. Ada Apa dengan Cinta?

2 (2016) Ost. Eiffel. I'm in Love 2 (2018) Ost. Eiffel.

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I'm in Love 22018 Melly Goeslaw dan Anto Hoed kembali ditunjuk sebagai pengisi musik untuk mengiringi film ini. Album yang dirilis oleh Aquarius Musikindo berisi 8 buah lagu, yang terdiri dari 6 lagu baru dan 2 lagu lama yang dirilis ulang. Lagu utama album ini adalah "Ratusan Purnama" yang dinyanyikan Melly berduet dengan Marthino Lio. [4] Album ini dijual di CFC & XXI diseluruh Indonesia dan juga di Malaysia.

Daftar lagu [ sunting - sunting sumber ] Seluruh musik diciptakan oleh Melly Goeslaw. No. Judul Penulis Durasi 1. "I'm Still Loving You" Melly Goeslaw 2:42 2. "Bimbang" (dinyanyikan oleh Goodbye Felicia dan Stephanie Poetri) Melly Goeslaw 3:25 3. "Perjalanan" Melly Goeslaw 3:20 4. "Ratusan Purnama" (bersama Marthino Lio) Melly Goeslaw 4:03 5.

"Jangan Ajak Ajak Dia" Melly Goeslaw 3:49 6. "Sayang Mau Apa ?" Melly Goeslaw 2:51 7. "Terlalu Cinta" Melly Goeslaw 3:04 8. "Suara Aadc 2 Seorang Kekasih" (Aransemen baru) Melly Goeslaw 4:45 Durasi total: 32:02 Efek Sosial [ sunting - sunting sumber ] Ada Apa Dengan Cinta?

2 merupakan film paling dinantikan oleh penonton Indonesia tahun 2016 karena aadc 2 sekuel dari film Ada Apa Dengan Cinta? yang fenomenal 14 tahun lalu. Kesuksesan film ini tidak hanya materil tetapi juga menimbulkan tren baru di masyarakat. Hal ini dibuktikan dengan meningkatnya aadc 2 wisatawan ke Yogyakarta dan Magelang yang menjadi lokasi latar cerita film, seperti Gereja Ayam, Punthuk Setumbu, Sellie Coffee, dan Greenhost Boutique Hotel.

[5] Penayangan Internasional [ sunting - sunting sumber ] Ada Apa Dengan Cinta? 2 berhasil diputar serentak di Aadc 2, Malaysia, dan Brunei Darussalam. Selain itu AADC? 2 juga ditayangkan di 5 kota Australia meliputi Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Darwin, dan Brisbane mulai 23 Agustus 2016. Tak hanya itu AADC? 2 juga ditayangkan sebagai film pembuka Fukuoka International Film Festival 2016 pada 15 September 2016.

[6] AADC? 2 juga terpilih untuk diputar dalam Indonesian Film Festival 2016 yang diadakan oleh KBRI Belanda bersama Drupadi, Atambua 39° Celsius, dan Athirah untuk mempromosikan Indonesia. [7] Referensi [ sunting - sunting sumber ] • ^ AADC? 2, Mengobati Kerinduan pada Rangga dan Cinta • ^ Hari Pertama Tayang, AADC 2 Ditonton 200 Ribu Orang • ^ http://filmindonesia.or.id/movie/viewer/2016#.WGiyD1OLTIU • ^ Ada Apa Dengan Cinta aadc 2 (Original Soundtrack) • ^ https://beritagar.id/artikel/gaya-hidup/tren-seturut-film-aadc-2 • ^ http://entertainment.kompas.com/read/2016/09/14/133209710/.aadc.2.akan.buka.fukuoka.international.film.festival.2016 • ^ http://www.cnnindonesia.com/hiburan/20161120060210-220-173874/warga-belanda-antusias-menonton-ada-apa-dengan-cinta-2/ Pranala luar [ sunting - sunting sumber ] • Situs web resmi • Ada Apa dengan Cinta?

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Microsoft strongly recommends upgrading to AADC 2.0 or later by June 2022.

Changes in AADC 2.X version can be checked at the following link. What is Azure AD Connect v2.0? - Microsoft Docs However, the aadc 2 customer's AADC server infrastructure is very diverse, so there are many concerns in making an upgrade plan. So, I would like to share a possible upgrade plan considering the customer's AADC server infrastructure. Things to consider in advance First of all, if the Windows Server version of the AADC server is 2012R2 or earlier, OS reinstallation is required.

In-Place Upgrade for Windows Server with AADC is not supported. I also tried OS In-Place Upgrade once, the sync of AADC was normal, but I couldn't change the configuration at all. It is also important to consider SQL Server. When using LocalDB, it is automatically upgraded to SQL 2019 Local DB within the upgrade process. However, if a separate SQL Server 2012 or earlier is used, reinstallation or upgrade to SQL Server 2014 or higher is required. Actually, a higher version would be better. Three ways to upgrade • Export & Import Setting: Create an export file including the current setting information and import this file when reinstalling AADC 2.X.

In fact, this method can be used in all conditions, but it will also be necessary to verify whether it is normal after upgrading. How aadc 2 import and export Azure AD Connect configuration settings - Microsoft Docs • In-Place Upgrade : This is the most convenient way to migrate using the Wizard. Azure AD Connect: Upgrade from a previous version - Microsoft Docs • Swing Migration: This is the recommended method to minimize the impact of changes due to the upgrade, but requires two or more AADC servers.

Azure AD Connect: Upgrade from a previous version - Microsoft Docs Based on the current AADC server infrastructure, which of the three upgrade methods could be chosen? The scenarios in the figure below are not absolute. If you have a better scenario, please share. Hi @PyungraeCho Thank you for your article, it was very useful for me. Any way I have a doubt: I upgraded successfully AD Connect from 1.6 to 2.0.91 in a Windows Server 2019.

I expected the AD Connect 2.0.91 wizard to show me the error of not using TLS 1.2, because the powershell scripts show me that the corresponding entries were not defined, but I could install it with out errors. I would really like to know if the server is using TLS 1.2 or not.

I've googled and it is supoosed that Windows Server 2016 and newer versions use TLS 1.2 by default but I'm confussed because the scripts to check it shows me another think, and I haven't run any script to disable it. I attach the aadc 2 of scripts privided in https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/hybrid/reference-connect-tls-enforcement .

Path Name Value ---- ---- ----- HKLM:\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Microsoft\.NETFramework\v4.0.30319 SystemDefaultTlsVersions Not Found HKLM:\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Microsoft\.NETFramework\v4.0.30319 SchUseStrongCrypto Not Found HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\.NETFramework\v4.0.30319 SystemDefaultTlsVersions Not Found HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\.NETFramework\v4.0.30319 SchUseStrongCrypto Not Found HKLM:\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\SecurityProviders\SCHANNEL\Protocols\TLS 1.2\Server Enabled Not Found HKLM:\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\SecurityProviders\SCHANNEL\Protocols\TLS 1.2\Server DisabledByDefault Not Found HKLM:\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\SecurityProviders\SCHANNEL\Protocols\TLS 1.2\Client Enabled Not Found HKLM:\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\SecurityProviders\SCHANNEL\Protocols\TLS 1.2\Client DisabledByDefault Not Found Hi, @joseparra.

As far as I know, even in AzureAD Connet 1.X version, TLS 1.2 was already used unless disabled on the server. Also, TLS 1.2 is already enabled by default from Windows 2012 or later. Protocols in TLS/SSL (Schannel SSP) - Win32 apps - Microsoft Docs AzureAD Connect Server requires Windows 2016 or later. ( In fact, Windows 2016 server or higher is required because SQL Server Express 2019 is required for AzureAD Connect). Then, shouldn't there be no errors about the TLS 1.2 requirements?

But when I upgraded, I got an error like the following picture. But you completed the upgrade on Windows 2019 without any errors. Right? Perhaps there was an issue in checking the TLS 1.2 version when upgrading. You can find these in the document below. Up to version 2.0.10.0, there was a known issue with the TLS 1.2 check. Azure AD Connect: Version release history - Microsoft Docs And this issue was fixed in version 2.0.25.1.

( You used the latest 2.0.91.0 installer. ) Azure AD Connect: Version release history - Microsoft Docs Even when installing a new AzureAD Connect rather than an upgrade, if you use the 2.0.10.0 or lower version of the installation file, you can check the TLS 1.2 error, but in versions higher than this, the installation is completed without any aadc 2 like your upgrade.

Regarding TLS 2.0 in AzureAD Connect Upgrade, I also think that the documentation does not explain exactly, but this is my opinion based on test results. " "As a result, the TLS 1.2 force activation script was not needed unless it was previously disabled. And there was an error checking this in the upgrade process and it was fixed. If there are no errors when upgrading with the latest installer now, there is no problem.

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Submit Thank you. In this article The Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) team regularly updates Aadc 2 AD Connect with new features and functionality. Not all additions apply to all audiences. This article helps you keep track of the versions that have been released and understand what the changes are in aadc 2 latest version.

Looking for the latest versions? You can upgrade your Azure AD Connect server from all supported versions with the latest versions: • If you're using Windows Server 2016 or newer, use Azure AD Connect V2.0. You can download the latest version of Azure AD Connect 2.0 from the Microsoft Download Center. See the release notes for aadc 2 latest V2.0 release. • If you're still using an older version of Windows Server, use Azure AD Connect V1.6. You can download the latest version of Azure AD Connect V1 from the Microsoft Download Center.

See the release notes for the latest V1.6 release. • We're only applying critical changes to the V1.x versions going forward. You might not find some of the features aadc 2 fixes for V2.0 in the V1.x releases. For this reason, upgrade to the V2.0 version as soon as possible.

Most notably, there's an issue with the 1.16.4.2 build. When you upgrade to this V1.6 build or any newer builds, the group limit resets to 50,000. When you upgrade a server to this build, or any newer 1.6 builds, reapply the rule changes you applied when you initially increased the group membership limit to 250,000 before you enable sync for the server.

The following table lists related topics: Topic Details Steps to upgrade from Azure AD Connect Different methods to upgrade from a previous version to the latest Azure AD Connect release.

Required permissions For permissions required to apply an update, see Azure AD Connect: Accounts and permissions. Retiring Azure AD Connect 1.x versions Important On August 31, 2022, all 1.x versions of Azure AD Connect will be retired because they include SQL Server 2012 components that will aadc 2 longer be supported.

Upgrade to the most recent version of Azure AD Connect (2.x version) by that date or evaluate and switch to Azure AD cloud sync. Retiring Azure AD Connect 2.x versions Important We will begin retiring past versions of Azure AD Connect Sync 2.x 12 months from the date they are superseded by a newer version. This policy will go into effect on 15 March 2023, when we will retire all versions that are superseded by a newer version on 15 March 2022.

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The following versions aadc 2 retire on 15 March 2023: • 2.0.89.0 • 2.0.88.0 • 2.0.28.0 • 2.0.25.1 • 2.0.10.0 • 2.0.9.0 • 2.0.8.0 • 2.0.3.0 If you are not already using the latest release version of Azure AD Connect Sync, you should upgrade your Azure AD Connect Sync software before that date.

This policy does not change the retirement of all 1.x versions of Azure AD Connect Sync on 31 August 2022, which is due to the retirement of the SQL Server 2012 and Azure AD Authentication Library (ADAL) components. If you run a retired version of Azure AD Connect, it might unexpectedly stop working.

You also might not have the latest security fixes, performance improvements, troubleshooting and diagnostic tools, and service enhancements. If you require support, we might not be able to provide you with the level of service your organization needs. To learn more about what has changed in V2.0 and how this change affects you, see Azure AD Connect V2.0. To learn more about how to upgrade Azure AD Connect to the latest version, see Azure AD Connect: Upgrade from a previous version to the latest.

For version history information on retired versions, see Azure AD Connect: Version release history archive. Note Releasing a new version of Azure AD Connect requires several quality-control steps to ensure the operation functionality of the service.

While we go through this process, the version number of a new release and the release status are updated to reflect the most recent state. Not all releases of Azure AD Connect are made available for auto-upgrade. The release status indicates whether a release is made available for auto-upgrade or for download only. If auto-upgrade was enabled on your Azure AD Connect server, that server automatically upgrades to the latest version of Azure AD Connect that's released for auto-upgrade.

Not all Azure AD Connect configurations are eligible for auto-upgrade. Auto-upgrade is meant to push all important updates and critical fixes to you. It isn't necessarily the latest version because not all versions will require or include a fix to a critical security issue. (This example is just one of many.) Critical issues are usually addressed with a new version provided via auto-upgrade. If there are no such issues, there are no updates pushed out by using auto-upgrade.

In general, if you're using the latest auto-upgrade version, you should be good. If you want all the latest features and updates, check this page and install what you need.

To read more about auto-upgrade, see Aadc 2 AD Connect: Automatic upgrade. 2.1.1.0 Release status 3/24/2022: Released for download only, not available for auto upgrade Bug aadc 2 • Fixed an issue where some sync rule functions were not parsing surrogate pairs properly. • Fixed an issue where, aadc 2 certain circumstances, the sync service would not start due to a model db corruption.

You can read more about the model db corruption issue in this article 2.0.91.0 Release status 01/19/2022: Released for download only, not available for auto upgrade Functional changes • We updated the Azure AD Connect Health component in this release from version 3.1.110.0 to version 3.2.1823.12.

This new version provides compliance of the Azure AD Connect Health component with the Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) requirements. 2.0.89.0 Release status 12/22/2021: Released for download only, not available for auto upgrade Bug fixes • We fixed a bug in version 2.0.88.0 where, under certain conditions, linked mailboxes of disabled users and mailboxes of certain resource objects, were getting deleted.

• We fixed an issue which causes upgrade to Azure AD Connect version 2.x to fail, when using SQL localdb along with a VSA service account for ADSync.

2.0.88.0 Note This release requires Windows Server 2016 or newer. It fixes a vulnerability that's present in version 2.0 of Azure AD Connect and other bug fixes and minor feature updates. Release status 12/15/2021: Released for download only, not available for auto-upgrade Bug fixes • We upgraded the version of Microsoft.Data.OData from 5.8.1 to 5.8.4 to fix a vulnerability. • Accessibility fixes: • We made the Azure AD Connect wizard resizable to account for different zoom levels and screen resolutions.

• We named elements to satisfy accessibility requirements. • We fixed a bug where miisserver failed because of a null reference. • We fixed a bug to ensure the desktop SSO value persists after upgrading Azure AD Connect to a newer version. • We modified the inetorgperson sync rules to fix an issue with account/resource forests. • We fixed a radio button test to display a Link More link.

Functional changes • We made a change so that group writeback DN is now aadc 2 with the aadc 2 name of the synced group. • We removed the hard requirement for exchange schema when you enable group writeback.

• Azure AD Kerberos changes: • We extended the PowerShell command to support custom top-level names for trusted object creation. • We made a change to set an official brand name for the Azure AD Kerberos feature. 1.6.16.0 Note This release is an update release of Azure AD Connect.

This version is intended to be used by customers who are running an older version of Windows Server and can't upgrade their server to Windows Server 2016 or newer at this time. You can't use this version to update an Azure AD Connect V2.0 server. Don't install this release on Windows Server 2016 or newer. This release includes SQL Server 2012 components and will be retired on August 31, 2022.

Upgrade your Server OS and Azure AD Connect version before that date. When you upgrade to this V1.6 build or any newer builds, the group membership limit resets to 50,000. When a server is upgraded to this build, or any newer 1.6 builds, reapply the rule changes you applied when you initially increased the group membership limit to 250,000 before you enable sync for the server.

Release status 10/13/2021: Released for download and auto-upgrade Bug fixes • We fixed a bug where the auto-upgrade process attempted to upgrade Azure AD Connect servers that are running older Windows OS version aadc 2 or 2008 R2 and failed. These versions of Windows Server are no longer supported. In this release, we only attempt auto-upgrade on machines that run Windows Server 2012 or newer. • We fixed an issue where, under certain conditions, miisserver failed because of an access violation exception.

Known issues When you upgrade to this V1.6 build or any newer builds, the group membership limit resets to 50,000. When a server is upgraded to this build, or any newer 1.6 builds, reapply the rule aadc 2 you applied when you initially increased the group membership limit to 250,000 before you enable sync for the server. 2.0.28.0 Note This release is a maintenance update release of Azure AD Connect.

It requires Windows Server 2016 or newer. Release status 9/30/2021: Released for download only, not available for auto-upgrade Bug fixes • We removed a download button for a PowerShell script on aadc 2 Group Writeback Permissions page in the wizard. We also changed the text on the wizard page to include a Learn More link that links to an online article where the PowerShell script can be found. • We fixed a bug where the wizard was incorrectly blocking the installation when the .NET version on the server was greater than 4.6 because of missing registry keys.

Those registry keys aren't required and should only block installation if they're intentionally set to false. • We fixed a bug where an error was thrown if phantom objects were found during the initialization of a sync step. This bug blocked the sync step or removed transient objects.

The phantom objects are now ignored. A phantom object is a placeholder for an object that isn't there or hasn't been seen yet. For example, if a source object has a reference for a target object that aadc 2 there, we create the target object as a phantom. Functional changes A change was made that allows a user to deselect objects and attributes from the inclusion list, even if they're in use.

Instead of blocking this action, we now provide a warning. 1.6.14.2 Note This release is an update release of Azure AD Connect. This version is intended to be used by customers who are running an older version of Windows Server and can't upgrade their server to Windows Server 2016 or newer at this time.

You can't use this version to update an Azure AD Connect V2.0 server. We'll begin auto-upgrading eligible tenants when this version is available for download. Auto-upgrade will take a few weeks to complete. When you upgrade to this V1.6 build or any newer builds, the group membership limit resets to 50,000. When a server is upgraded to this build, or any newer 1.6 builds, reapply the rule changes you applied when you initially increased the group membership limit to 250,000 before you enable sync for the server.

Release status 9/21/2021: Released for download and auto-upgrade Functional changes • We added the latest versions of Microsoft Identity Manager (MIM) Connectors (1.1.1610.0).

For more information, see the release history page of the MIM Connectors. • We added a configuration option to disable the Soft Matching feature in Azure AD Connect. We recommend that you disable Soft Matching unless you need it to take over cloud-only accounts. To disable Soft Matching, see this reference article.

Bug fixes • We fixed a bug where the desktop single sign-on settings weren't persisted after upgrade from a previous version. • We fixed a bug that caused the Set-ADSync*Permission cmdlets to fail. 2.0.25.1 Note This release is a hotfix update release of Azure AD Connect. This release requires Windows Server 2016 or newer. It fixes a security issue that's present in version 2.0 of Azure AD Connect and includes other bug fixes.

Release status 9/14/2021: Released for download only, not available for auto-upgrade Bug fixes • We fixed a security issue where an unquoted path was used to point to the Azure AD Connect service. This path is now a quoted path. • We fixed an import configuration issue with writeback enabled when you use the existing Azure AD Connector account.

• We fixed an issue in Set-ADSyncExchangeHybridPermissions and other related cmdlets, which were broken from V1.6 because of an invalid inheritance type. • We fixed an issue with the cmdlet we published in a previous release to set the TLS version.

The cmdlet overwrote the keys, which destroyed any values that were in them. Now a new key is created only if one doesn't already exist. We added a warning to let users know the TLS registry changes aren't exclusive to Azure AD Connect and might affect other applications on the same server. • We added a check to enforce aadc 2 for V2.0 to require Windows Server 2016 or newer. • We added the Replicating Directory Changes permission in the Set-ADSyncBasicReadPermissions cmdlet.

• We made a change to prevent UseExistingDatabase and import configuration from being used together because they could contain conflicting configuration settings. • We made a change to allow a user with the Application Admin role to change the App Proxy service configuration. • We removed the (Preview) label from the labels of Import/Export settings. This functionality is generally available. • We changed some labels that still referred to Company Administrator. We now use the role name Global Administrator.

• We created new Azure AD Kerberos PowerShell cmdlets (*-AADKerberosServer) to add a Claims Transform rule to the Azure AD Service Principal.

Functional changes • We added the latest versions of MIM Connectors (1.1.1610.0). For more information, see the release history page of the MIM Connectors. • We added a configuration option to disable the Soft Matching feature in Azure AD Connect. We recommend that you disable Soft Matching unless you need it to take over cloud-only accounts.

To disable Soft Matching, see this reference article. 2.0.10.0 Release status 8/19/2021: Released for download only, not available for auto-upgrade Note This is a hotfix update release of Azure AD Connect. This release requires Windows Server 2016 or newer.

This hotfix addresses an issue that's present in version 2.0 and in Azure AD Connect version 1.6. If you're running Azure AD Connect on an older Windows server, install the 1.6.13.0 build instead.

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Release status 8/19/2021: Released for download only, not available for auto-upgrade Known issues Under certain circumstances, the installer for this version displays an error that states TLS 1.2 isn't enabled and stops the installation.

This issue aadc 2 because of an error in the code that verifies the registry setting for TLS 1.2. We'll correct this issue in a future release.

If you see this issue, follow the instructions to enable TLS 1.2 in TLS 1.2 enforcement for Azure AD Connect. Bug fixes We fixed a bug that occurred when a domain was renamed and Password Hash Sync failed with an error that indicated "a specified cast is not valid" in the Event log. Aadc 2 regression is from earlier builds. 1.6.13.0 Note This release is a hotfix update release of Azure AD Connect. It's intended to be used by customers who are running Azure AD Connect on a server with Windows Server 2012 or 2012 R2.

8/19/2021: Released for download only, not available for auto-upgrade Bug fixes We fixed a bug that occurred when a domain was renamed and Password Hash Sync failed with an error that indicated "a specified cast is not valid" aadc 2 the Event log.

This regression is from earlier builds. Functional changes There are no functional changes in this release. 2.0.9.0 Release status 8/17/2021: Released for download only, not available for auto-upgrade Bug fixes Note This release is a hotfix update release of Azure AD Connect.

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This release requires Windows Server 2016 or newer. It addresses an issue that's present in version 2.0.8.0. This issue isn't present in Azure AD Connect version 1.6.

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We fixed a bug that occurred when you synced a large number of Password Hash Sync transactions and the Event log entry length exceeded the maximum-allowed length for a Password Hash Sync event entry. We now split the lengthy log entry into multiple entries. 2.0.8.0 Note This release is a security update release of Azure AD Connect. This release requires Windows Server 2016 or newer. If you're using an older version of Windows Server, use version 1.6.11.3.

This release addresses a vulnerability as documented in this CVE. For more information about this vulnerability, see the CVE. To download the latest version of Azure AD Connect 2.0, see the Microsoft Download Center. Release status 8/10/2021: Aadc 2 for download only, not available for auto-upgrade Functional changes There are no functional changes in this release.

1.6.11.3 Note This release is a security update release of Azure AD Connect. It's intended to be used by customers who are running an older version of Windows Server and can't upgrade their server to Windows Server 2016 or newer at this time.

You can't use this version to update an Azure AD Connect V2.0 server. Aadc 2 release addresses a vulnerability as documented in this CVE. For more information about this vulnerability, see the CVE. To download the latest version of Azure AD Connect 1.6, see the Microsoft Download Center. Release status 8/10/2021: Released for download only, not available for auto-upgrade Functional changes There are no functional changes in this release.

2.0.3.0 Note This release is a major release of Azure AD Connect. For more information, see Introduction to Azure AD Connect V2.0. Release status 7/20/2021: Released for download only, not available for auto-upgrade Functional changes • We upgraded the LocalDB components of SQL Server to SQL 2019. • This release requires Windows Server 2016 or newer because of the requirements of SQL Server 2019.

An in-place upgrade of Windows Server on an Azure AD Connect server isn't supported. For this reason, you might need to use a swing migration. • We enforce the use of TLS 1.2 in this release. If you enabled your Windows Server for TLS 1.2, Azure AD Connect uses this protocol.

If TLS 1.2 isn't enabled on the server, you'll see an error message when you attempt to install Azure AD Connect. The installation won't continue until you've enabled TLS 1.2. You can use the new Set-ADSyncToolsTls12 cmdlets to enable TLS 1.2 on your server. • We made a change so that with this release, you can use the Hybrid Identity Administrator role to authenticate when you install Azure AD Connect.

You no longer need to use the Global Administrator role. • We upgraded the Visual C++ runtime library to version 14 as a prerequisite for SQL Server 2019. • We updated this release to use the Microsoft Authentication Library for authentication. We removed the older Azure AD Authentication Library, which will be retired in aadc 2. • We no longer apply permissions on AdminSDHolders following Windows security guidance.

We changed the parameter SkipAdminSdHolders to IncludeAdminSdHolders in the ADSyncConfig.psm1 module. • We made a change so that passwords are now reevaluated when an expired password is "unexpired," no matter if the password itself is changed.

If the password is set to "Must change password at next logon" for a user, and this flag is cleared (which "unexpires" the password), the unexpired status and the password hash are synced to Azure AD. In Azure AD, when the user attempts to sign in, they can use the unexpired password. To sync an expired password from Active Aadc 2 to Azure AD, use the feature in Azure AD Connect to synchronize aadc 2 passwords.

Enable password writeback to use this feature so that the password the user updates is written back to Active Directory. • We added two new cmdlets to the ADSyncTools module to enable or retrieve TLS 1.2 settings from the Windows Server: • Get-ADSyncToolsTls12 • Set-ADSyncToolsTls12 You can use these cmdlets to retrieve the TLS 1.2 enablement status or set it as needed.

TLS 1.2 must be enabled on the server for the installation or Azure AD Connect to succeed. • We revamped ADSyncTools with several new and improved cmdlets. The ADSyncTools article has more details about these cmdlets. The following cmdlets have been added or updated: • Clear-ADSyncToolsMsDsConsistencyGuid • ConvertFrom-ADSyncToolsAadDistinguishedName • ConvertFrom-ADSyncToolsImmutableID • ConvertTo-ADSyncToolsAadDistinguishedName • ConvertTo-ADSyncToolsCloudAnchor • ConvertTo-ADSyncToolsImmutableID • Export-ADSyncToolsAadDisconnectors • Export-ADSyncToolsObjects • Export-ADSyncToolsRunHistory • Get-ADSyncToolsAadObject • Get-ADSyncToolsMsDsConsistencyGuid • Import-ADSyncToolsObjects • Import-ADSyncToolsRunHistory • Remove-ADSyncToolsAadObject • Search-ADSyncToolsADobject • Set-ADSyncToolsMsDsConsistencyGuid • Trace-ADSyncToolsADImport • Trace-ADSyncToolsLdapQuery • We now use the V2 endpoint for import and export.

We fixed an issue in the Get-ADSyncAADConnectorExportApiVersion cmdlet. To learn more about the V2 endpoint, see Azure AD Connect sync V2 endpoint. • We added the following new user properties to sync from on-premises Active Directory to Azure AD: • employeeType • employeeHireDate • This release requires PowerShell version 5.0 or newer to be installed on the Windows server.

This aadc 2 is part of Windows Server 2016 and newer. • We increased the group sync membership limits to 250,000 with the new V2 endpoint. • We updated the Generic LDAP Connector and the Generic SQL Connector to the latest versions.

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To learn more about these connectors, see the reference documentation for: • Generic LDAP Connector • Generic SQL Connector • In the Microsoft 365 admin center, we now report the Azure AD Connect client version whenever there's export activity to Azure AD. This reporting ensures that the Microsoft 365 admin center always has the most up-to-date Azure AD Connect client version, and that it can detect when you're using an outdated version.

Bug fixes • We fixed an accessibility bug where the screen reader announced an incorrect role of the Learn More link. • We fixed a bug where sync rules with large precedence values (for example, 387163089) caused an upgrade to fail.

We updated the sproc mms_UpdateSyncRulePrecedence to cast aadc 2 precedence number as an integer prior to incrementing the value.

• We fixed a bug where group writeback permissions weren't set on the sync account if a group writeback configuration was imported. We now set the group writeback permissions if group writeback is enabled on the imported configuration. • We updated the Azure AD Connect Health agent version to 3.1.110.0 to fix an installation failure. • We're seeing an issue with nondefault attributes from exported configurations where directory extension attributes are configured. In the process of importing these configurations to a new server or installation, the attribute inclusion list is overridden by the directory extension configuration step.

As a result, after aadc 2, only default and directory extension attributes are selected in the sync service manager. Nondefault attributes aren't included in the installation, so the user must manually reenable them from the sync service manager if aadc 2 want their imported sync rules to work.

We now refresh the Azure AD Connector before configuring the directory extension to keep existing attributes from the attribute inclusion list. • We fixed an accessibility issue where the page header's font aadc 2 was set as Light.

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Font weight is now set to Bold for the page title, which applies to the header of all pages. • We renamed the function Get-AdObject in ADSyncSingleObjectSync.ps1 to Get-AdDirectoryObject to aadc 2 ambiguity with the Active Directory cmdlet. • We removed the condition that aadc 2 duplicate rule precedence. The SQL function mms_CheckSynchronizationRuleHasUniquePrecedence had allowed duplicates precedence on outbound sync rules on different connectors.

• We fixed a bug where the Single Object Sync cmdlet fails if the attribute flow data is null. An example is on exporting a delete operation. • We fixed a bug where the installation fails because the ADSync bootstrap service can't be started.

We now add Sync Service Account to the Local Builtin User Group before starting the bootstrap service. • We fixed an accessibility issue where the active tab on Azure AD Connect wizard wasn't showing the correct color on High Contrast theme. The selected color code was being overwritten because of a missing condition in the normal color code configuration.

• We addressed an issue where you were allowed to deselect objects and attributes used in sync rules by using the UI and PowerShell. We now show friendly error messages if you try to deselect any attribute or object that's used in any sync rules. • We made some updates to the "migrate settings code" to check and fix aadc 2 compatibility issues when the script runs on aadc 2 older version of Azure AD Connect.

• We fixed a bug that occurred when PHS tried to look up an incomplete object. It didn't use the same algorithm to resolve the DC as it used originally to fetch the passwords. In particular, it ignored affinitized DC information. The Aadc 2 object lookup should use the same logic to locate the DC in both instances. • We fixed a bug where Azure AD Connect can't read Application Proxy items by using Microsoft Graph because of a permissions issue with calling Microsoft Graph directly based on the Azure AD Connect client identifier.

To fix this issue, we removed the dependency on Microsoft Graph and instead use Azure AD PowerShell to work with the App Proxy Application objects. • We removed the writeback member limit from the Out to AD - Group SOAInAAD Exchange sync rule. • We fixed a bug that occurred when you changed connector account permissions.

If an object came in scope that hadn't changed since the last delta import, a delta import wouldn't import it. We now display a warning to alert you of the issue. • We fixed an accessibility issue where the screen reader wasn't reading the radio button position.

We added positional text to the radio button accessibility text field. • We updated the Pass-Thru Authentication Agent bundle. The older bundle didn't have the correct reply Aadc 2 for the HIP's first-party aadc 2 in US Government. • We fixed a bug where a stopped-extension-dll-exception error on Azure AD Connector exported after clean installing the Azure AD Connect version 1.6.X.X, which defaulted to using DirSyncWebServices API V2, by using an existing database.

Previously, the setting export version to V2 was only being done for upgrades. We changed it so that it's set on clean install. • We removed the ADSyncPrep.psm1 module from the installation because it's no longer used.

Known issues • The Azure AD Connect wizard shows the Import Synchronization Settings option as Preview, although this feature is generally available. • Some Active Directory connectors might be installed in a different order when you use the output of the migrate settings script to install the product.

• The User Sign In options page in the Azure AD Connect wizard mentions Company Administrator. This term is no longer used and needs to be replaced by Global Administrator. • The Export settings option is broken when the Sign In option has been configured to use PingFederate. • While Azure AD Connect can now be deployed by using the Hybrid Identity Administrator role, configuring Self-Service Password Reset, Passthru Authentication, or aadc 2 sign-on still requires a user with the Global Administrator role.

• When you import the Azure AD Connect configuration while you deploy to connect with a different tenant than the original Azure AD Connect configuration, directory extension attributes aren't configured correctly. 1.6.4.0 Note The Azure AD Connect sync V2 endpoint API is now available in these Azure environments: • Azure Commercial • Azure China cloud • Azure US Government cloud This release won't be made available in the Azure German cloud. Release status 3/31/2021: Released for download only, not available for auto-upgrade Bug fixes This release fixes a bug that occurred in version 1.6.2.4.

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After upgrade to that release, the Azure AD Connect Health feature wasn't registered correctly and didn't work. If you deployed build 1.6.2.4, update your Azure AD Aadc 2 server with this aadc 2 to register the Health feature correctly. 1.6.2.4 Important Update per March 30, 2021: We've discovered an issue in this build. After installation of this build, the Health services aren't registered. We recommend that you not install this build.

We'll release a hotfix shortly. If you already installed this build, you can manually register the Health services by using the cmdlet, as shown in Azure AD Connect Health agent installation. • This release will be made available for download only. • The upgrade to this release will require a full synchronization because of sync rule changes.

• This release defaults the Azure AD Connect server to the new V2 endpoint. Release status 3/19/2021: Released for download, not available for auto-upgrade Functional changes • We updated default sync rules to limit membership in writeback groups to 50,000 members. • We added new default sync rules for aadc 2 the membership count in group writeback (Out to AD - Group Writeback Member Limit) and group sync to Azure AD (Out to AAD - Group Writeup Member Limit) groups.

• We added a member attribute to the Out to AD - Group SOAInAAD - Exchange rule to limit members in writeback groups to 50,000. • We updated sync rules to support group writeback V2: • If the In from AAD - Group SOAInAAD rule is cloned and Azure AD Connect is upgraded: • The updated rule will be disabled by default, so targetWritebackType will be null.

• Azure AD Connect will write back all Cloud Groups (including Azure AD Security Groups enabled for writeback) as Distribution Groups.

• If the Out to AD - Group SOAInAAD rule is cloned and Azure AD Connect is upgraded: • The updated rule will be disabled by default.

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A new sync rule, Out to AD - Group SOAInAAD - Exchange, which is added will be enabled. • Depending on the Cloned Custom Sync Rule's precedence, Azure AD Connect will flow the Mail and Exchange attributes. • If the Cloned Custom Sync Rule doesn't flow some Mail and Exchange attributes, the new Exchange Sync Rule will add those attributes.

• We added support for Selective Password Hash Synchronization. • We added the new Single Object Sync cmdlet. Use this cmdlet to troubleshoot your Azure AD Connect sync configuration.

• Azure AD Connect now supports the Hybrid Identity Administrator role for configuring the service. • We updated the Azure AD ConnectHealth agent to 3.1.83.0. • We introduced a new version of the ADSyncTools PowerShell module, which has several new or improved cmdlets: • Clear-ADSyncToolsMsDsConsistencyGuid • ConvertFrom-ADSyncToolsAadDistinguishedName • ConvertFrom-ADSyncToolsImmutableID • ConvertTo-ADSyncToolsAadDistinguishedName • ConvertTo-ADSyncToolsCloudAnchor • ConvertTo-ADSyncToolsImmutableID • Export-ADSyncToolsAadDisconnectors • Export-ADSyncToolsObjects • Export-ADSyncToolsRunHistory • Get-ADSyncToolsAadObject • Get-ADSyncToolsMsDsConsistencyGuid • Import-ADSyncToolsObjects • Import-ADSyncToolsRunHistory • Remove-ADSyncToolsAadObject • Search-ADSyncToolsADobject aadc 2 Set-ADSyncToolsMsDsConsistencyGuid • Trace-ADSyncToolsADImport • Trace-ADSyncToolsLdapQuery • We updated error logging for token acquisition failures.

• We updated Learn More links on the configuration page to give more detail on the linked information. • We removed the Explicit column from the CS Search page in the old sync UI. • We added to the UI for the group writeback flow to prompt users for credentials or to configure their own permissions by using the ADSyncConfig module if credentials weren't already provided in an earlier step.

• We added the ability to autocreate a managed service account for an ADSync service account on a DC. • We added the ability to set and get the Azure AD DirSync feature group writeback V2 in the existing cmdlets: • Set-ADSyncAADCompanyFeature • Get-ADSyncAADCompanyFeature • We added two cmdlets to read the AWS API version: • Get-ADSyncAADConnectorImportApiVersion: To get the import AWS API version • Get-ADSyncAADConnectorExportApiVersion: To get the export AWS API version • We updated change tracking so that changes made to synchronization rules are now tracked to assist aadc 2 changes in the service.

The cmdlet Get-ADSyncRuleAudit retrieves tracked changes. • We aadc 2 the Add-ADSyncADDSConnectorAccount cmdlet in the ADSyncConfig PowerShell module to allow a user in the ADSyncAdmin group to change the Active Directory Domain Services Connector account.

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Bug fixes • We updated disabled foreground color to satisfy luminosity requirements on a white background. We added more conditions for the navigation tree to set the foreground text color to white when a disabled page is selected to satisfy luminosity requirements. • We increased granularity for Set-ADSyncPasswordHashSyncPermissions cmdlet. • We updated the PHS permissions script (Set-ADSyncPasswordHashSyncPermissions) to include an optional ADobjectDN parameter.

• We made an accessibility bug fix. The screen reader now describes the UX element that holds the list of forests as Forests list instead of Forest List list. • We updated screen reader output for some items in the Azure AD Connect wizard. We updated the button hover color to satisfy contrast requirements. We updated Synchronization Service Manager title color to satisfy contrast requirements.

• We fixed an issue with installing Azure AD Connect from exported configuration having custom extension attributes. • We added a condition to skip checking for extension attributes in the target schema while applying the sync rule.

• We added appropriate permissions on installation if the group writeback feature is enabled. • We fixed aadc 2 default sync rule precedence on import. • We fixed an issue that caused a staging error during V2 API aadc 2 import for a conflicting object that was repaired via the Health portal. • We fixed an issue in the sync engine that caused Connector Spaces objects to have an inconsistent link state. • We added import counters to Get-ADSyncConnectorStatistics output. • We fixed an aadc 2 domain de-selection (selected previously) issue in some corner cases during the pass2 wizard.

• We modified policy import and export to fail if custom rule has duplicate precedence. • We fixed a bug in the domain selection logic.

• We fixed an issue with build 1.5.18.0 if you use mS-DS-ConsistencyGuid as the source anchor and have cloned the In from AD - Group Join rule.

• Fresh Azure AD Connect installations will use the Export Deletion Threshold stored in the cloud if there's one available and if there isn't a different one passed in.

• We fixed an issue where Azure AD Connect wouldn't read Active Directory displayName changes of hybrid-joined devices.

1.5.45.0 Release status 07/29/2020: Released for download Functional changes This is a bug fix release. There are no functional changes in this release. Fixed issues • We fixed an issue where admin can't enable seamless single sign-on if the AZUREADSSOACC computer account is already present in Active Directory. • We fixed an issue that caused a staging error during V2 API delta import for a conflicting object that was repaired via the Health portal.

• We fixed an issue in the import/export configuration where a disabled custom rule was imported as enabled. Next steps Learn more about how to integrate your on-premises identities with Azure AD. Feedback

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