MIM PAM 2016 SP1 Installation and Admin Role Separation

Now that SP1 of MIM 2016 is out, I’ve been tasked to install and configure it. Simple, I thought. I’ve done this before. No Problem. No problem? What was I thinking? I want to install this application in a secure fashion – utilizing an environment that was built on the philosophy of administrative role separation and…

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Great New FIM Blog

A couple of my colleagues have taken it upon themselves to share their knowledge and experience using Forefront Identity Manager (FIM) in the real world. I've had the privilege of working with them wherever I could and being able to contribute to a small part of the knowledge on the site. Their new site is appropriately called…

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Declarative Provisioning in FIM and DN Values

Now that my customers are beginning to move forward with FIM 2010 implementations away from ILM 2007, I’ve begun to dig more deeply into configurations for “real life” scenarios and attempt to apply some of the lessons I’ve learned from my training in “ILM v2” (yes, it was that long ago when I took the…

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Parallel Task Execution for ILM/FIM using PowerShell

Last year, I wrote about how I would use VBScript to execute run profiles in ILM/FIM in parallel (mixed with some serial syncs since they don’t behave well when run in parallel). I’ve now created, with the help of a few friends and other TechNet/MSDN authors, a PowerShell script that will do the trick. It…

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Parallel Task Execution For ILM/FIM With VBScript

In my quest for a better way to customize run profiles for FIM, I thought I’d utilize the scripting method since I’ve heard there are problems running the MASequencer resource kit utility on FIM2010. So, I turned to the tried-and-true VBScript. I looked at PowerShell, but since I’m much more familiar with VB, PowerShell looked…

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Forefront Identity Manager 2010 Now RTM

As of today, my favorite product – or at least the one I’m using most these days – has now had the next version released to manufacturing: FIM 2010. This release, however, is not just an incremental release, but a whole new product. Yes, the “old” sync engine is still there, but it’s been re-done…

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