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I guess that this is the use that comes to mind most readily as it’s the obvious progression from the old DS to AD.One thing that hasn’t changed is the need to do careful planning for AD before you begin a green-field Exchange deployment.The process that 365 Command performs to rename federated accounts is described in this support article: Changes are not synchronized to Office 365 after you update the UPN of an on-premises user account to use a different SSO-enabled domain suffix When renaming the federated accounts 365 Command first renames the account to the domain and then the final domain.It is possible that during this process the account could become stuck in the domain.It’s quite another matter when you face a world-wide deployment composed of radically different links from gigabit connections down to pieces of string.So the Exchange development group has taken the logical and reasonable position that you should get your planning right before deploying AD and then Exchange. Microsoft has a utility called Legacy DN that could be used to rename an Exchange 2000 or Exchange 2003 organization, but note the caveat that says “ In other words, you could possibly use Legacy DN to fix things in a small organization if you realize that you had made a mistake soon after installing the first server.Correcting AD errors, like suddenly finding that you want to change the name of the domain (for example, from Contoso to Fabrikam) or the Exchange organization is not supported.

If you need the change urgently either you can trigger the Profile import on-demand or you can update the user property by SPUser.

And of course, it might be possible to adjust everything so that Exchange would be happy with what it read from AD, but you could never guarantee that renaming a domain wouldn’t screw up other applications or third-party utilities.

In any case, you can’t use these tools against Exchange 2007, Exchange 2010, Exchange 2013, or Exchange 2016.

AD Fields to take note of: Note: An account can't be locked out. Leaving it checked ensures it will be left in, or change to an enabled state.

But even after several user profile imports, the old user name: EU\susanapi was still showing up in Share Point, and Share Point treated the new user account as a separate account. Unfortunately, Sharepoint doesn't understand this change automatically.