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Configuring Delta Imports Using the MIM 2016 Microsoft Generic SQL Connector – Watermark Method

Hello, my name is Joe Zinn and I am a Senior Customer Engineer for Microsoft supporting Azure, Identity, AD Connect, FIM and MIM solutions in the US.  The following document describes how to configure the Microsoft Generic SQL Connector to use the Watermark method to achieve Delta Imports.   Overview:  When configuring the Microsoft Generic SQL Connector for Delta Imports there are several methods that that can be used including […]

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Configuring the MIM 2016 Microsoft Generic SQL Connector for Oracle Date Time Values

Hello, my name is Joe Zinn and I am a Senior Premier Field Engineer for Microsoft supporting Azure, Identity, AD Connect, FIM and MIM solutions in the US.  I recently ran into a few issues exporting dates from MIM 2016 to an Oracle 12 data source using the Generic SQL Connector. In this case, I

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MIM 2016 SP1 – Portal Servers Run Out of Disk Space.

First published on MSDN on Aug 15, 2018 Summary: I recently ran into an issue after upgrading a MIM Environment to MIM 2016 SP1 (version 4.4.1459.0 or greater) where the MIM portal trace log files would grow until all available disk space was consumed. Below is the root cause of the issue and the method

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MIM 2016 SP1–Service and Portal Installation Guide

First published on MSDN on Jul 19, 2018 Introduction: This document is intended to be used as an operational build document for the Microsoft Identity Management 2016 MIM Service and Portal Server installation. This guide does not cover the installation of the Password Registration and Password Reset Portals. These installations are covered in detail in

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Installing MIM Synchronization Service with an Offline Spare

First published on MSDN on Jun 12, 2018 Using This Guide: Introduction: This document is intended to be used as an operational build document for the Microsoft Identity Management 2016 Synchronization Server installation. You may perform search and replace on the variables listed below to create a detailed build guide customized for your environment. Document

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Install the MIM 2016 Management Agent (MIM MA)

First published on MSDN on Jun 12, 2018 This document is intended to be used as an operational preparatory document for the Microsoft Identity Management 2016 base MIM MA installation. Using this Guide: You may perform search and replace on the variables listed below to create a detailed implementation guide customized for your environment. Document

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Service Accounts, SPNs, and Kerberos Delegation configurations for MIM Service and Portal Installation

First published on MSDN on Jun 07, 2018 This document is intended to be used as an operational preparatory document for the Microsoft Identity Management 2016 MIM Service and Portal Server installation. This guide covers the service accounts, Service Principal Names, and Delegation needed for use with the MIM 2016 Service and Portal. Using this

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Install of SharePoint Foundation 2013 SP1 for use with FIM / MIM

First published on MSDN on Jun 01, 2018 This document is intended to be used as an operational build document for the installation of SharePoint Foundation 2013 SP1 for use with Forefront Identity Manager 2010 R2 or Microsoft Identity Management 2016 MIM Service and Portal Server installations. Using this Guide: You may perform search on

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Calculating the domain and populating user attributes across multiple MIM implementations.

First published on MSDN on May 09, 2018 OVERVIEW: Enterprise environments often contain multiple independent MIM installations that serve as a development, staging, and production environments. Ideally, code should be written and tested in the Development environment and transferred to staging for validation then transferred to production with no environmental modifications being required. I often

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