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- **This article is part of a roadmap of procedures for configuring SharePoint hybrid solutions. Be sure you're [following a roadmap](configuration-roadmaps.md) when you do the procedures in this article. **
+ **This article is part of a roadmap of procedures for configuring SharePoint hybrid solutions. Be sure you're [following a roadmap](configuration-roadmaps.md) when you do the procedures in this article.**
## Set up SharePoint Server services for hybrid
You need to create a Managed Metadata service application.
That's all the configuration that you need to do for the Managed Metadata service if you're configuring a hybrid scenario. If you want to make further use of the Managed Metadata service, see [Plan for managed metadata in SharePoint Server](../governance/managed-metadata-planning.md).
- **My Sites **
+ **My Sites**
The first thing we need to do is to create a web application for the My Sites site. We recommend that My Sites be in a separate web application, although the web application can be in an application pool that is shared with other collaboration sites, or it can be in a separate application pool but in a shared IIS website.
If you're using SharePoint Server 2013, the next step is to turn on the User Pro
Next, we'll configure the App Management Service.
- ** App Management Service **
+ **App Management Service**
If you're using SharePoint Server 2013, you need to turn on the App Management Service on at least one server in your farm.
Hybrid uses the Microsoft SharePoint in Microsoft 365 Foundation Subscription Se
2. For the **Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Subscription Settings Service**, select **Enable Auto Provision**
-You must also have a Subscription Settings service application and proxy. These must be created by using Microsoft PowerShell. Use the example script provided at [New-SPSubscriptionSettingsServiceApplication](/powershell/module/sharepoint-server/New-SPSubscriptionSettingsServiceApplication?view=sharepoint-ps).
+You must also have a Subscription Settings service application and proxy. These must be created by using Microsoft PowerShell. Use the example script provided at [New-SPSubscriptionSettingsServiceApplication](/powershell/module/sharepoint-server/New-SPSubscriptionSettingsServiceApplication).
- ** Active Directory Domain Services synchronization connection **
+ **Active Directory Domain Services synchronization connection**
For hybrid, we need a synchronization connection with Active Directory Domain Services for the User Profile service. If you haven't already configured one, use the following procedure to do so.