View directory synchronization status in Office 365

If you have integrated your on-premises Active Directory with Azure AD by synchronizing your on-premises environment with Office 365, you can also check the status of your synchronization.

  • Sign in to the Office 365 admin center and choose DirSync Status on the home page.

  • Alternately, you can go to Users > Active users, and on the Active users page, choose More > Directory synchronization.

    On the Directory Synchronization pane, choose Go to DirSync management.

  1. Sign in to the Office 365 admin center and choose Users > Active Users on the left navigation.

  2. On the ACTIVE USERS page, choose Manage next to Active Directory synchronization.

Information on the Manage directory synchronisation page

The following table lists the features you can get information about on the page.

If there is a problem with your directory synchronization, the errors are listed on this page as well. For more information about different errors you might encounter, see Identify directory synchronization errors in Office 365.

Item

What it's for

Domains verified

Number of domains in your Office 365 tenant that you have verified you own.

Domains not verified

Domains you have added, but not verified.

Directory sync enabled

True or False. Specifies whether you have enabled directory sync.

Latest directory sync

Last time directory sync ran. Will display a warning and a link to a troubleshooting tool if the last sync was more than three days ago.

Password sync enabled

True or False. Specifies whether you have password sync between our on-premises and your Office 365 tenant.

Last Password Sync

Last time password sync ran. Will display a warning and a link to a troubleshooting tool if the last sync was more than three days ago.

Directory sync client version

Contains a download link if a new version of Azure AD Connect has been released.

IDFix Tool

Download link to IDFix, a tool you can use to check you local Active Directory.

Directory sync service account

Displays the name of you Office 365 directory sync service account.

See Also

Set up directory synchronization for Office 365

Fixing problems with directory synchronization for Office 365

Turn off directory synchronization for Office 365

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