If you have configured Password write back on your AD Connect server or your users are cloud users, users are enabled to change their corporate password from Office 365 portal. To change the password from Office 365 follow the below steps:
Go to office 365 portal and login with your user account. Once done, push on Settings -> Password.
On Security and privacy push on Password.
On the new windows insert your actual password and the new password twice. Push on Send.
Once donde, you can use the new password where you want, on-premise and cloud.
To force a syncronization of all identities with powershell use the below command:
- Open PowerShell with elevated rights.
- Execute Import-module ADSync.
- Execute Start-ADSyncSyncCycle –PolicyType Delta
- Check thru MIIS console it’s syncing.
If you want to upgrade AD Connect v1.1.380.0 to the latest version (1.1.443.0) follow the below steps:
Open Azure AD Connect
Will apear the wizard where you need to accept EULA. Push on Continue.
Wizard will notify you that you will upgrade AD Connect. Push on upgrade button.
On the Connect to Azure AD step insert a Global Admin user an push on Next.
On the Connect to AD DS section indicate a Domain Admin and push Next.
Once on the Configure Step select Start the sync process when configuration completes and push Upgrade.
A few minutes the upgrade will finish. Push Exit.