Your company has a hybrid solution that uses an on-premises Active Directory (AD) infrastructure and Azure AD. You want to enable password writeback so that whenever users change their passwords in Azure, the change is reflected on-premises.
You need to perform the required tasks to support password writeback.
Which tasks do you need to perform? For each of the following tasks, select Yes if the task should be performed. Choose all that apply:
You should assign the Azure AD Premium 1 license to your AD tenant. This is the minimum license required to install Azure AD Connect. Azure AD Connect allows you to synchronize password hashes from a domain controller to Azure AD.
You should install Azure AD Connect on an on-premises server. This tool allows you to synchronize password hashes from a domain controller to Azure AD. You must install this tool to enable password writeback.
You should not deploy Azure AD Passthrough Authentication. This allows users to sign in to Azure AD with the same password as they use with an on-premises directory. This is not required to enable password writeback.