*If you have an environment where Java is a common problem then make sure they are enable
*If you have an environment where IE Security Configuration is always on then make sure they are off
*If you are stuck at “Connect to AD” section and where your sign in got block by IE Security then this blog is for you.
If you’re doing an in-place upgrade then there are few requirements that you may need to take precaution before rolling out.
These are the few precautions;
- Make sure your IE > Internet option > Security tab > Custom level > Scroll down > Java applet is turn on and restart your IE
- Make sure that your IE Security Configuration from Server Manager is turn off.
If you have run the Azure AD Connect installer and you face the stuck issue then you have to cancel the upgrade progress. Go and check the precaution requirements are met first then try to repair your Azure AD Connect upgrade using the installer.
Error may pop-up when you cancel your half way of your upgrade progress. Rerun the Azure AD Connect installer and select repair will finish up where you last left.
- Synchronization is stopped while you are upgrading or repairing
- New User creation will not get sync immediately while you are upgrading or repairing
- If you have larger amount of users and devices (example 2000 and above) then you will have longer upgrading time. Estimated 10 to 15 minutes