"Unable to identify a suitable account namespace" error when you run the Hybrid Configuration Wizard

PROBLEM

When you run the Hybrid Configuration Wizard, you receive an error message that resembles the following:
Task='Configure Organization Relationship' Step='CheckPrereqs' START

INFO : Configure Organization Relationship Task - Unable to identify a suitable account namespace. The account namespace must be a hybrid domain that doesn't contain the Office 365 sign-up domain and is 32 characters or less in length.

ERROR : Subtask CheckPrereqs execution failed: Configure Organization Relationship

Unable to identify a suitable account namespace. The account namespace must be a hybrid domain that doesn't contain the Office 365 sign-up domain and is 32 characters or less in length.

INFO : Task='Configure Organization Relationship' Step='CheckPrereqs' FINISH Result=False Time=62.4984ms

CAUSE

This issue occurs if the name of the first domain that's added to the federation trust contains more than 32 characters. 

The Federation Gateway supports domain names that contain no more than 47 characters. However, the name of the first domain that's added to the federation trust can contain no more than 32 characters. This is because the first domain that's added to a federation trust is prepended with “FYDIBOHF25SPDLT,” and this adds 15 characters to the name for the purposes of a hidden unique namespace. 

For example, if you add contoso.com as the first domain to the federation trust, the length of the domain name is considered 25 characters. 

SOLUTION

You can still use the longer name for the domain if that name contains fewer than 47 characters. However, you'll first have to add a shorter name for the domain. 

For example, assume the name that you want to use is munsonspicklesandpreservesfarm.contoso.com. Therefore, run the Hybrid Configuration Wizard and add a shorter name such as mppf.contoso.com. Then, run the Hybrid Configuration Wizard again, and add the long domain name. 

You have to add the short name as an accepted domain in the on-premises environment and in Exchange Online. To do this, follow these steps:
  1. Make sure that the domain or domains are added to your on-premises organization as accepted domains. For more information, see Accepted domains.
  2. Make sure that the domain or domains are added to Exchange Online as accepted domains. For more information, see Verify a domain at any domain name registrar.
  3. Rerun the Hybrid Configuration Wizard. When you're prompted to add your domain or domains, select the domains that you added. For more information, see step 5 of Create a hybrid deployment with the Hybrid Configuration Wizard.

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ID do Artigo: 3014209 - Última Revisão: 20/12/2016 - Revisão: 1

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