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Deprovision in MIM/FIM using classic provisioning (C#)

Deprovision refers to what will happen to an object once it has been disconnected from the metaverse object. There are certain cases where you want to do several things. 588 more words


A hotfix rollup package (build 4.1.3765.0) is available for #FIM2010

Source: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3171318

Issues that are fixed and features that are added in this update

This update fixes the following issues and adds the following features that were not previously documented in the Microsoft Knowledge Base. 512 more words


MIM 2016: How the Manager Value in an external feed translates to AD manager value

How does MIM handle a manager or reference (like assistant) attribute in a feed?

  1. In the feed, you have to define an Anchor attribute, this attribute uniquely defines the identity of the user in the remote directory.
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SQL Server: Make a column nullable in a view

I had a SQL view and I was reading HR info into the MIM database via SQL Connector. The manager column in the view was coming up as not-nullable. 202 more words


VBlog: Introduction to Lithnet RM-Config

This is a VBlog introduction to how you can use the Lithnet RM-Config tool to make changes to the FIM/MIM Portal Schema. It is a very useful tool and has made development work on the FIM Portal faster and easier for me. 15 more words


Managing Office 365 Licenses with #MIM2016 and #AzMan - Part 1

One of the things we Microsoft FIM/MIM folks find ourselves doing of late is having to find ways of automating Office 365 license assignment for our “hybrid” (AD+AAD) customers, initially as part of provision the initial Exchange Online mailbox which requires that initial Enterprise license. 691 more words

FIM (ForeFront Identity Manager) 2010

MIM 2016: Rules governing the use of XPath in RCDC

I want to discuss the rules that govern the use of XPath for the ListView filter in the RCDC.

  1. You can reference the object instance by using %Object% e.g.
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