Your company has an Office 365 subscription. The network contains an Active Directory domain. You configure single sign-on for all users.
You need to verify that single sign-on functions for the users who access Office 365 from the Internet.
What should you run?
A . the Get-MSOLFederationProperty cmdlet
B . the Test-OrganizationRelationship cmdlet
C . the Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer
D . the Microsoft Exchange Server Deployment Assistant
Microsoft Remote Connectivity Analyzer is a website offered by Microsoft for testing remote connectivity to server services such as Exchange Server, Skype for Business Server and Office 365.
The Office 365 tab on the Remote Connectivity Analyzer has several options for performing
different tests regarding Office 365 connectivity. These tests include:
– Office 365 General Tests – Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync Connectivity Tests – Microsoft Exchange Web Services Connectivity Tests – Microsoft Office Outlook Connectivity Tests – Internet Email Tests – Mail Flow Configuration – Free/Busy Test The Office 365 General Tests section includes the following tests: – Office 365 Exchange Domain Server (DNS) Connectivity Test – Office 365 Lync Domain Server (DNS) Connectivity Test – Office 365 Single Sign-OnTest
The description for the Single Sign-OnTest is as follows:
“This test will validate your ability to log on to Office 365 with your on-premises credentials. It also validates some basic Active Directory Federated Services (AD FS) configuration.”
This test will meet the requirement in this question of verifying that single sign-on functions for the users who access Office 365 from the Internet.