It’s possible that someone removes your Azure AD Connect server(s), and you then want to remove Azure AD Connect synchronisation from Azure AD. However, the Azure Portal does not give you that option to remove synchronisation. To get around this, you can use Azure AD PowerShell. In my example, I used the v1 cmdlets, but it’s also possible that the v2 cmdlets will work too.
I logged into Azure AD:
Then I checked the current configuration:
I disabled Azure AD Connect synchronisation:
Set-MsolDirSyncEnabled –EnableDirSync $false
I then checked my work:
Straight over to the Azure Portal (Azure Active Directory > Azure AD Connect), and I verified that synchronisation was disabled:
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