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Rules Extensions –Understanding Date Time Conversion Part 1

First published on MSDN on Nov 26, 2017 Recently I have received several questions and “Ridiculous”  Comments on the Posting 2 Way Account Expires Rules Extension , before I continue please understand that this Blog Site is intended to be a guide, and a tool to assist with your Identity Management Solution. But without know […]

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Sync Rule Walk Through: Outbound System Scoping Filter User Synchronization Rule

First published on MSDN on Sep 20, 2017 Welcome to Part 2 of the “Sync Rule Walk Through” series. In Part 1 we talked about an inbound user synchronization rule from AD into MIM. Now that we have users in the portal, the next logical step is getting them back out . As with the

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Sync Rule Walk Through: Inbound User Synchronization Rule

First published on MSDN on Sep 20, 2017 While we’ve touched on sync rules in the past with some examples, I’d like to dedicate some time to actually stepping through the creation of various types of sync rules. To start off, we’re going to do what I would consider the most common and one of

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Management Agent Configuration – Part 5: Active Directory Lightweight Directory Service Management Agent

First published on MSDN on Sep 15, 2017This is Part 5 in a series of commonly used management agents. In Part 1 we looked at configuration of an Active Directory Management Agent (ADMA); in Part 2 we looked at the configuration of the FIM Service Management Agent (FIMMA), and in Part 3 we looked at

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Management Agent Configuration – Part 4: Delimited Text File Management Agent

First published on MSDN on Nov 17, 2016 This is Part 4 in a series of commonly used management agents. In Part 1 we looked at configuration of an Active Directory Management Agent (ADMA); in Part 2 we looked at the configuration of the FIM Service Management Agent (FIMMA), and in Part 3 we looked

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Management Agent Configuration – Part 3: SQL Management Agent

First published on MSDN on Nov 17, 2016 This is the third part in a series dealing with basic configuration of commonly used management agents. In Part 1 we looked at configuration of an Active Directory Management Agent (ADMA), and in Part 2 we looked at the configuration of the FIM Service Management Agent (FIMMA).

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Management Agent Configuration–Part 2: FIM Service Management Agent

First published on MSDN on Nov 17, 2016 This is the second post in a series on management agent configuration. In Part 1 , I covered configuration of an Active Directory management agent. In this post, I’d like to step through the FIM Service Management Agent (FIMMA). While you don’t necessarily have to have a

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Management Agent Configuration – Part 1: Active Directory Management Agent

First published on MSDN on Nov 17, 2016 Hey party people – long time, no see! You may have noticed (or maybe you didn’t) that I took a hiatus from blogging for a while. Well I’m back and kicking off my return with another post series, this time about management agents. Although eventually I’d like

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New install or Upgrade to Microsoft Identity Manager 2016 SP1– Service and Portal

First published on MSDN on Oct 07, 2016 In this post we will walk through an upgrade / Install scenario of MIM 2016 to MIM 2016 SP1, note this is not an in place upgrade and it requires the current version to either be uninstalled first if installing on the same server that your current

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