Rollup fix for ILM 2007 – Support for Windows Server 2008 now also for CLM


Rollup Fix for Identity Lifecycle Manager 2007 FP1 released


 


With the release of Identity Lifecycle Manager 2007 FP1 version 3.3.1087 we now support all components running on Windows Server 2008 32 bit as well as using Windows Server 2008 32 bit certificate authorities including clustered CA support. You can also set up multiple CLM servers using Network Load Balancing for redundancy on this layer as well. Running the ILM 2007 metadirectory services features on Windows Server 2008 has been supported for some time but we wanted to wait for CLM to support this as well before updating the system requirements pages on our ILM 2007 product pages. If you want all updates below you should download and apply the updates in KB946797


 


 


We have just released two rollup packages.


·         KB957181 – ILM 2007 FP1 version 3.3.1080.2


                Examples of updates in this version: Updates to how Lotus Notes Management agent as well as password synchronization honors the use of “Run this management agent in separate process”.


·         KB946797 – ILM 2007 FP1 version 3.3.1087.2


                Examples of updates in this version: fix for issue with export only MA’s and deprovisioning, fix for issue with creating strong-named extensible MA’s and rules extensions, fixes to four issues with CLM including support for Windows Server 2008 32 Bit


 


 


Since the release of Featurepack 1 for Identity Lifecycle Manager 2007 there has been a few updates.


·         KB952308ILM 2007 FP1 version 3.3.1051.2


Examples of updates in this version: Updates with attribute flows as well as some specific issues around connecting to SunOne Directory


·         KB952327 – ILM 2007 FP1 version 3.3.1067.2


Examples of updates in this version: Update for how access checks in AD are performed by Certificate Lifecycle Manager


// Brjann


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