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  • MIM Portal Groups whose displayedOwner isn’t among the Owners

    In the MIM Portal it will create issues if you have a group whose displayedOwner isn’t among the objects in the multivalued reference attribute Owner. Querying this through XPath is just about impossible so here is the SQL query to do it. SET TRANSACTION ISOLATION LEVEL READ UNCOMMITTED GO​ USE FIMService​ GO​ ​ SELECT DOwn.* […]

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  • Is MIM dead? Not yet!

    From time to time I hear people wonder if MIM is dead. Why do people ask? They don’t feel like they have heard a good road map recently They aren’t seeing the improvements they hoped for They aren’t paying attention to the actions of the product group Why do I say it isn’t dead yet? […]

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  • Christmastime FIM/MIM Open Source WF Reviews

    Over the years since FIM was first beta’d as ILM2 we have seen some cool workflows be released to open source. This is my review of the workflows I can find that are open source. First let me salute everyone who has contributed to the FIM and MIM community with these big undertakings. That said […]

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  • MIM 2016 SP1 — Implications

    Earlier this month Microsoft released MIM 2016 SP1But what does this mean for you? Biggest Implications Exchange Online (Office365) for the MIM Service  without losing the ability to approve requests from within Outlook, and the requesting of groups within Outlook. Since lots of orgs are using Office 365 no more embarrassing conversations about these great […]

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  • Post Migration Your MIM/FIM Attribute Flow Precedence is Incorrect

    Have you ever found out that attribute flow precedence is messed up, wrong or otherwise in error just after you followed the steps to migrate your MIM/FIM configuration from Dev to Prod or vice-versa? Well I am finally blogging about a discovery I made. The list of steps (reproduced below from the above link) are […]

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  • Check your inputs — Save your job!

    At various times in my 10 years of Identity Management Consulting and 25 years working in the IT industry I have been asked to clean up various messes generated by those before me. Some of those messes involved disk failure or other issues that couldn’t be completely prevented. But some involved automated process that didn’t […]

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  • FIM Custom Expressions inside Custom Expressions?

    Recently, I needed to take Longitude and Latitude data that was given to me in the following format and break it into its individual components and then flow it out to AD. Let’s suppose the data looks like this: “Point -10.1223 45.945” I could just use the Left and Right functions to get out the […]

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  • How many attributes can you have in the Metaverse?

    Back in 2013 I published 5 posts about the Secrets of the Metaverse: The third post was about how many attributes you can have in the Metaverse in which I said that the mms_metaverse_lineageguid table limits us to 502 single valued non-reference attributes in the Metaverse. This is still correct but a client told me of […]

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  • MIM 2016 is now available

    MIM 2016 is now available MIM — Microsoft Identity Manager 2016 builds on and replaces Microsoft’s Forefront Identity Manager 2010 R2. On Microsoft’s site they include an introductory (2 min) video about Hybrid Identity but don’t mistake that for the MIM UI. So has anything been removed? No. While the list of deprecated features are still […]

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  • ‘Twas the night before Christmas

    ‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the internetNot an identity was stirring, not even a Passport .NETThe user accounts requests were submitted with careHoping that their access would soon be there The users were nestled all snug in their bedsWhile visions of being able to do their jobs danced in their headsThe servers […]

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