Applies to: Exchange Server 2013
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Exchange 2013-only hybrid deployments configure OAuth authentication when using the Hybrid Configuration Wizard. For mixed Exchange 2013/2010 and Exchange 2013/2007 hybrid deployments, the new hybrid deployment OAuth-based authentication connection between Microsoft 365 or Office 365 and on-premises Exchange organizations isn't configured by the Hybrid Configuration wizard. These deployments continue to use the federation trust process by default. However, certain Exchange 2013 features are only fully available across your organization by using the new Exchange OAuth authentication protocol.
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The new Exchange OAuth authentication process currently enables the following Exchange features:
- Message Records Management (MRM)
- Exchange In-place eDiscovery
- Exchange In-place Archiving
We recommend that all mixed Exchange organizations that implement a hybrid deployment with Exchange 2013 and Exchange Online configure Exchange OAuth authentication after configuring their hybrid deployment with the Hybrid Configuration Wizard.
If your on-premises organization is running only Exchange 2013 servers with Cumulative Update 5 or later installed, run the Hybrid Deployment Wizard instead of performing the steps in this topic.
This feature of Exchange Server 2013 isn't fully compatible with Office 365 operated by 21Vianet in China and some feature limitations may apply. For more information, see Office 365 operated by 21Vianet.
What do you need to know before you begin?
Estimated time to complete this task: 15 minutes.
You need to be assigned permissions before you can perform this procedure or procedures. To see what permissions you need, see the 'Federation and certificates' permissions entry in the Exchange and Shell infrastructure permissions topic.
Completed configuration of your hybrid deployment using the Hybrid Deployment Wizard. For more information, see Exchange Server Hybrid Deployments.
For information about keyboard shortcuts that may apply to the procedures in this topic, see Keyboard shortcuts in the Exchange admin center.
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How do you configure OAuth authentication between your on-premises Exchange and Exchange Online organizations?
Step 1: Create the authorization server objects for your Exchange Online organization
For this procedure, you have to specify a verified domain for your Exchange Online organization. It should be the same domain used as the primary SMTP domain used for the cloud-based email accounts. This domain is referred to as <your verified domain> in the following procedure.
Run the following command in the Exchange Management Shell (Exchange PowerShell) in your on-premises Exchange organization:
If you are in the GCC High or DOD instance then you will need to use the following:
Step 2: Enable the partner application for your Exchange Online organization
Run the following command in the Exchange PowerShell in your on-premises Exchange organization.
Step 3: Export the on-premises authorization certificate
In this step, you have to run a PowerShell script on the Exchange server directly to export the on-premises authorization certificate, which is then imported to your Exchange Online organization in the next step.
Save the following text to a PowerShell script file named, for example, ExportAuthCert.ps1.
In Exchange PowerShell in your on-premises Exchange organization, run the PowerShell script that you created in the previous step. For example:
Step 4: Upload the on-premises authorization certificate to Azure Active Directory Access Control Service (ACS)
Next, you have to use Windows PowerShell to upload the on-premises authorization certificate that you exported in the previous step to Azure Active Directory Access Control Services (ACS). To do this, the Azure Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell cmdlets has to be installed. If it's not installed, go to https://aka.ms/aadposh to install the Azure Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell. Complete the following steps after the Azure Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell is installed.
Click the Azure Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell shortcut to open a Windows PowerShell workspace that has the Azure AD cmdlets installed. All commands in this step will be run using the Windows PowerShell for Azure Active Directory console.
Save the following text to a PowerShell script file named, for example, UploadAuthCert.ps1.
Run the PowerShell script that you created in the previous step. For example:
After you start the script, a credentials dialog box is displayed. Enter the credentials for the tenant administrator account in your Microsoft Online Azure AD organization. After running the script, leave the Windows PowerShell for Azure AD session open. You will use this to run a PowerShell script in the next step.
Step 5: Register all hostname authorities for your internal and external on-premises Exchange HTTP endpoints with Azure Active Directory
You have to run the script in this step for each endpoint in your on-premises Exchange organization that is publically accessible (Internal and External URLs if you are going to setup Hybrid Modern Authentication). For example, assume that Exchange is externally available on https://mail.contoso.com/ews/exchange.asmx. In this case the service principal name of: https://mail.contoso.com would be used. There isn't a limit for registering additional external hostname authorities.
If you are not sure of the Exchange endpoints in your on-premises Exchange organization, you can get a list of the external configured Web services endpoints by running the following command in Exchange PowerShell in your on-premises Exchange organization:
Successfully running the following script requires that the Windows PowerShell for Azure Active Directory is connected to your Microsoft Online Azure AD tenant, as explained in step 4 in the previous section.
Save the following text to a PowerShell script file named, for example, RegisterEndpoints.ps1. This example uses a contoso.com. Replace https://mail.contoso.com/ & https://autodiscover.contoso.com/ with the appropriate hostname authority for your on-premises Exchange organization.
In Windows PowerShell for Azure Active Directory, run the Windows PowerShell script that you created in the previous step. R-studio 3.5.2 download for mac. For example:
To verify that all the records were added we need to run the following. We’re looking for https://namespace entries for all the URL’s, not 00000002-0000-0ff1-ce00-000000000000/namespace entries.
Step 6: Create an IntraOrganizationConnector from your on-premises organization to Microsoft 365 or Office 365
You must define a target address for your mailboxes that are hosted in Exchange Online. This target address is created automatically when your Microsoft 365 or Office 365 organization is created. For example, if your organization's domain hosted in the Microsoft 365 or Office 365 organization is 'contoso.com', your target service address would be 'contoso.mail.onmicrosoft.com'.
Using Exchange PowerShell, run the following cmdlet in your on-premises organization:
Step 7: Create an IntraOrganizationConnector from your Microsoft 365 or Office 365 organization to your on-premises Exchange organization
You must define a target address for your mailboxes that are hosted in your on-premises organization. If you organization's primary SMTP adddress is 'contoso.com', this would be 'contoso.com'.You must also define the external Autodiscover endpoint for your on-premises organization. If your company is 'contoso.com' this is usually either of the following:
https://autodiscover.<your primary SMTP domain>/autodiscover/autodiscover.svc
https://<your primary SMTP domain>/autodiscover/autodiscover.svc>
You can use the Get-IntraOrganizationConfiguration cmdlet in both your on-premises and Microsoft 365 or Office 365 tenants to determine the endpoint values needed by New-IntraOrganizationConnector cmdlet.
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After you connect to Exchange Online PowerShell, replace <your on-premises Autodiscover endpoint> and <your on-premises SMTP domain> with your values and run the following command:
Step 8: Configure an AvailabilityAddressSpace for any pre-Exchange 2013 SP1 servers
When you configure a hybrid deployment in a pre-Exchange 2013 organization, you have to install at least one Exchange 2013 SP1 or greater server with the Client Access and Mailbox server roles in your existing Exchange organization. The Exchange 2013 Client Access and Mailbox servers serve as frontend servers and coordinate communications between your existing Exchange on-premises organization and the Exchange Online organization. This communication includes message transport and messaging features between the on-premises and Exchange Online organizations. We highly recommend installing more than one Exchange 2013 server in your on-premises organization to help increase reliability and availability of hybrid deployment features.
In a mixed deployment with Exchange 2013/2010 or Exchange 2013/2007, it is recommended that all the Internet-facing frontend servers for your on-premises organization are Client Access servers running Exchange 2013 SP1 or greater. All Exchange Web Services (EWS) requests originating from Microsoft 365 or Office 365 and Exchange Online must connect to an Exchange 2013 Client Access server(s) in your on-premises deployment. Additionally, all EWS requests originating in your on-premises Exchange organizations for Exchange Online must be proxied through a Client Access server running Exchange 2013 SP1 or greater. Since these Exchange 2013 Client Access servers have to handle this additional incoming and outgoing EWS requests, it is important to have a sufficient number of Exchange 2013 Client Access servers available to handle the processing load and provide connection redundancy. The number of Client Access servers needed will depend on the average amount of EWS requests and will vary by organization.
Before you complete the following step, make sure:
The frontend hybrid servers are Exchange 2013 SP1 or greater
You have a unique external EWS URL for the Exchange 2013 server(s). The Microsoft 365 or Office 365 organization must connect to these servers in order for cloud-based requests for hybrid features to work correctly.
The servers have both the Mailbox and Client Access server roles
Any existing Exchange 2010/2007 Mailbox and Client Access servers have the latest Cumulative Update (CU) or Service Pack (SP) applied.
Existing Exchange 2010/2007 Mailbox servers can continue to use Exchange 2010/2007 Client Access servers for frontend servers for non-hybrid feature connections. Only hybrid deployment feature requests from the Microsoft 365 or Office 365 organization need to connect to Exchange 2013 servers.
An AvailabilityAddressSpace must be configured on pre-Exchange 2013 Client Access servers that points to the Exchange Web Services endpoint of your on-premises Exchange 2013 SP1 Client Access server(s). This endpoint is the same endpoint as previously outlined in Step 5 or can be determined by running the following cmdlet on your on-premises Exchange 2013 SP1 Client Access server:
If virtual directory information is returned from multiple servers, make sure you use the endpoint returned for an Exchange 2013 SP1 Client Access server. It will display 15.0 (Build 847.32) or higher for the AdminDisplayVersion parameter.
To configure the AvailabilityAddressSpace, use Exchange PowerShell and run the following cmdlet in your on-premises organization:
How do you know this worked?
You can verify that the OAuth configuration is correct by using the Test-OAuthConnectivity cmdlet. This cmdlet verifies that the on-premises Exchange and Exchange Online endpoints can successful authenticate requests from each other.
To verify that your on-premises Exchange organization can successfully connect to Exchange Online, run the following command in Exchange PowerShell in your on-premises organization:
To verify that your Exchange Online organization can successfully connect to your on-premises Exchange organization, connect to Exchange Online PowerShell and run the following command:
So, as an example, Test-OAuthConnectivity -Service EWS -TargetUri https://mail.contoso.com/metadata/json/1 -Mailbox ExchangeOnlineBox1 -Verbose Format-List
You can ignore the 'The SMTP address has no mailbox associated with it.' error. It's only important that the ResultTask parameter returns a value of Success. For example, the last section of the test output should read:
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