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MIM 2016: Perform AD Functions in FIM/MIM Workflow without importing the AD PS Module – Part III (Multiple domains/forests)

Suppose you have users in multiple domains or multiple forests. MIM is managing across forests and domains. By default directory services will connect to the local domain of the MIM server. 160 more words

FIM Portal

Refresh scenario and LAPS

When doing reinstall of machines a common issue is that the LAPS password does not get updated due to the fact that the machine thinks the password is current. 111 more words


MIM 2016: PowerShell workflow does not return expected value

You have written your PS script using the MIM WAL. You are returning a single value to the WorkflowData library. Here is the error you get when you run it… 99 more words

Mim 2016

Updating the MBAM Agent

When upgrading MBAM there are a couple things to note. Number one, if you haven’t already you should make sure you have PowerShell scripts to setup everything on the server side. 348 more words


AutoLab to create quick test labs

One of the best way to learn how to do things in the field of technology is to actually get your hands dirty and practice doing something. 366 more words

Professional Development

Get-MailboxStatistics to export Mailbox size in Exchange Powershell

Use the below to export mailbox statistics from exchange PowerShell. There are different commands which help you filter and manipulate the exported data.

The exported information is always useful during Office 365 migration to assess mailbox sizes and item counts, last login time and required bandwidth. 131 more words


MIM 2016: Perform AD Functions in FIM/MIM Workflow without importing the AD PS Module – Part II

See PART I for details or history

For MoveADUser use

Function MoveADObject
$strFilter = $FilterString
#$strFilter = “((samaccountname=$myAccountName))”
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