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Configure the Hybrid Service > Configure user access to the hybrid service > Adding domains for hybrid self-registration
Adding domains for hybrid self-registration
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Use the User Access > Add Domain page to identify the domains and subdomains (if any) belonging to your organization. This makes it possible for users with email addresses in the specified domains to self-register (authenticate themselves) to the hybrid service. This is typically enabled only in organizations that do not use Directory Agent to send user information to the hybrid service.
The hybrid service is unable to provide user name information about self-registered users to the on-premises components for use in reporting. Only the IP address from which the request originated is logged.
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Enter a Domain name (in the format sampledomain.org) belonging to your organization.
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Enter a clear Description of the domain as a point of reference to simplify hybrid service administration.
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If you want users with email addresses in both the domain and its subdomains (like university.edu and humanities.university.edu) to be able to self-register, mark Include subdomains.
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Click OK to return to the User Access page.
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Click OK again to cache your changes. Changes are not implemented until you click Save and Deploy.

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