Hybrid Azure AD Join: The device object by the given ID is not found

I worked on an Azure Active Directory lab for Hybrid Azure AD Join today and ran into a problem.  The lab is a new deployment, single Windows Server 2019 Domain Controller running the 2.x version of Azure AD Connect Sync.  Express install was used, there are no OU or advanced filters in place.  Following the directions outlined in the Microsoft documentation is straightforward.  However, after enabling Hybrid Azure AD Join, the computers did not show in the Azure AD Portal under Devices.

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Azure AD Domain Services Forest Type, User or Resource?

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Azure Active Directory Domain Services (Azure AD DS) now supports two forest types: User and Resource.  In this video, we go over what each Azure AD DS forest type, User and Resource, does and when to use one over the other.

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Azure AD Connect Sync and Cloud Sync, What’s the Difference?

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Many organizations use Azure AD Connect Sync to synchronize hybrid identities from Windows AD to Azure AD DS.  Microsoft recently announces a new service, Azure AD Connect Cloud Sync, that also synchronizes Windows AD identities to Azure AD.  In this video, we go over how they are similar, features that are different, and when to use one or the other.

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