Office 365: New version of DirSync released

Version: 6553.0002
Date Released:11/4/2013
Notable Changes:

  • Fix to handle Read-Only Domain Controllers in Password Sync.
  • DirSync can be installed on a Domain Controller (Development purposes).  Documentation on how to deploy can be found here


You can check your DirSync version by running the following PowerShell command: 

(GP ‘hklm:SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Microsoft Online Directory Sync’).DisplayVersion


The latest version can be downloaded hereWindows Azure Active Directory Sync tool – 64 bit

Comments (4)

  1. Anonymous says:

    By using the EASAdmin tool, administrators can perform the following actions on Office 365 and Exchange On-Premise:

    View a list of all devices that are being used by any enterprise user.
    Find Inactive Devices.
    Get No. of devices per user.
    Block/Allow devices.
    Select/De-select devices to be remotely erased.
    View the status of pending remote erase requests for each device.
    Remove Mobile Devices.
    Enable,Disable ActiveSync/MAPI/EWS/OWA Exchange features during troubleshooting.
    Clear Blocked/Allowed Devices.
    Execute Get-CASMailbox, Get-Mailbox,Get-ActiveSyncDeviceStatistics,Get-MailboxFolderStatistics,Get-ActiveSyncDeviceClass,Get-ActiveSyncDeviceAccessRule,Get-ActiveSyncOrganizationSettings,Get-ActiveSyncMailboxPolicy.
    Parse IIS log and get reports to troubleshoot ActiveSync related Issue and manage the device/user from report

  2. Ray Avila says:

    We are running DirSync tool on Windows Server 2003 32-bit, using Windows Powershell 1.0.

    Can we upgrade to the latest DirSync tool in this environment? Do we need to upgrade PowerShell to 2.0 before upgrade DirSync tool?


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