I have two questions for people runnning an O365 driver.

1. Some drivers prioritize password syncs so that if there is a queue
built up, password changes are pushed to the top. Does anyone know if
the O365 driver does this? My experience has been that it does not, but
I wanted to check and see if I missed something.

2. I know this question is a little difficult because everyone has
different configurations, but let's just assume we have a fairly
standard driver - pretty basic, mostly out of the box type policies &
rules. What kind of performance have people seen on adds? Should I be
able to expect maybe 10 adds per minute, or more? The driver is
connecting to a .Net remote loader running on a windows 2012 R2 server.
Any suggestions on how to tune an O365 driver to try and speed things

Thanks for any help and suggestions.

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