Late last week, Microsoft released a new version of Azure AD Connect, its free Hybrid Identity bridge product to synchronize objects and their attributes from on-premises Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) environments and LDAP v3-compatible directories to Azure Active Directory.
There is only one fix in version 188.8.131.52.
This hotfix build allows an admin to select a target domain, within the specified forest, for the RegisteredDevices container when enabling device write-back.
In the previous versions that contain the new Device Options functionality (versions 1.1.819.0 through 184.108.40.206), the RegisteredDevices container location was limited to the forest root and did not allow child domains. This limitation only manifested itself on new deployments; in-place upgrades were unaffected.
If any build containing the updated Device Options functionality was deployed to a new server and device write-back was enabled, you will need to manually specify the location of the container if you do not want it in the forest root. To do this, you need to disable device write-back and re-enable it which will allow you to specify the container location on the Writeback forest page.
This release is only distributed to organizations using Azure AD Connect for manual download.
This is version 220.127.116.11 of Azure AD Connect.
It was signed off on on November 19th, 2018 and made available for download on December 11th, 2018
You can download Azure AD Connect here.
The download weighs 83,5 MB.