Azure AD Sync Server Manual Sync of AD to Azure
Manually Syn Local AD to Azure faster
Syncing to Azure can be seeming slow particularly when your in a hurry to get object updates and additions to Azure. Passwords resets for users are sent nearly immediately however other changes to Active Directory objects are not so fast to sync. They can take 30 minutes or longer. Sometimes a little less because the next cycle is already less than 30 minutes.
Other factors can lead to slow Azure Connect software and server sync times. If there are issues with the local domain controllers then that will result in slower times. I have seen that occur where local replication problems with slow replication from the Azure ad connect server to azure. it is best to fix those issues sooner rather than later. Issues such as slow syncing or active directory problems can often be resolved using software for remote access. Software for online desktop support is such software that permits access and control to a remote computer . Once access is achieved, the desktop or server become the jump point to another network devices and servers. The online desktop support software could also connect directly to the Sync server.
So connect to a domain controller or the server that';s running the Azure AD connect services then RDP to a domain controller. On the domain controller open and elevated command prompt and run the following command to replicate any recent AD changes to all the domain controller in the domain and forest.
C:\> repadmin /syncall /APeD
On the Azure Sync server open an elevated Powershell Prompt and run the following command as shown in the screen capture o sync new objects or update properties in AD of existing objects.
C:\> Start-ADSyncSyncCycle -PolicyType Delta