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May 5, 2020 at 6:18 am #225585ParticipantTopics: 47Replies: 98Points: 645Rank: Major Contributor
I’m running several scripts on the AD on prem server and also need to execute a script on our Azure ADServer, the last script can only run after the sync interval of 30 min.
there are in my limited opinion two ways to tackle this
1 run script 1 and 2 then put a sleep for 1 hour and then continue with the Azure AD part.
if I go along this path can I run this particular script asjob and does this job needs to be retrieved after 1 hour?
Or use the outputPowerShell1Get-MsolCompanyInformation | select lastdirsynctime
and than start the script that runs on Azure AD
with the last option I noticed that the last sync is done on 05/05/2020 05h19 while my local time is 07h19
is there a way to continue with the Azure ad script after last sync + minimal 30 min?
I’m able to get time adjusted so that it matches the time on the server with thisPowerShell12Get-MsolCompanyInformation | select lastdirsynctime$h = (Get-Date).AddHours(-2).ToString(“dd/MM/yyyy HH:mm:ss”)
my question is now how do I substract $h from lastdirsynctime?
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May 5, 2020 at 4:02 pm #225750ParticipantTopics: 8Replies: 19Points: 163Rank: ParticipantPowerShell1234$LastSync = Get-MsolCompanyInformation | select lastdirsynctime$DateTime = (Get-Date).AddHours(-2)$TimeSpan = $LastSync - $DateTime
Not sure if that’s really what you are looking for though.
I haven’t had to do something like this before (scheduling tasks on AzureAD from a local source at a dynamic time), however you might look into Azure Runbooks and Automation. I’d assume it would be possible to kick off a Runbook at a specific time.
May 5, 2020 at 5:31 pm #225792ParticipantTopics: 47Replies: 98Points: 645Rank: Major Contributor
this is what I was looking for
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