The following table lists some of the differences between the current and earlier versions of Integration Services.
Email address (AD attribute “mail”) not updating during FIM sync
The FIM Portal includes a built-in administrator account which is created at installation time. This account needs to be treated with extra care, and in particular must never be deleted. This article outlines a number of best practices which, while not requirements, will help with the smooth running of your FIM Portal.
FIM 2010 R2 Showdown: Classic vs. Declarative The vast majority of old hands at the presentation declared for Classic both before and after the presentation. During the presentation I attempted to view anything you could do without code as declarative whether it came from a sync rule or not, especially if it was a new…
Synchronizing SQL Server Objects to Active Directory
One basic requirement for an identity management system is the ability to provision resources to an external system.
FIM 2010 with Exchange 2010 Configuration for provisioning FIM 2010 can help provision users account while creating Exchange 2010 mail account. With this process below, we will see how FIM 2010 can create Exchange mailboxes when accounts are created in FIM 2010.
Today we are going to provision Active Directory users let’s now take a walk thru on how to create an outbound synchronization rule and associated workflows and MPRs, import outbound synchronization rules and their associated EREs to the metaverse, and manage accounts in Active Directory.
To tell you one thing up front, there might be smarter ways to address this issue; however, I was looking for something that is as simple as possible and I think, I have found it. The other day, I was looking into using FIM to enable or disable accounts in Active Directory.
Identity Management and Access Governance Concepts
This guide provides step-by-step instructions for configuring a basic identity federation deployment between Microsoft® Active Directory® Federation Services 2.0 (AD FS 2.0) and Oracle Identity Federation (OIF) by using the Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) 2.0 protocol (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=193996) with the SAML2.0 HTTP POST binding.
This topic explains how Microsoft® Forefront Identity Manager (FIM) 2010 works when it imports objects from a connected data source that can have multiple values for an attribute.
The ability to manage distributed identity information from a central point is key component of the Microsoft® Forefront™ Identity Manager (FIM 2010 R2) 2010 architecture. This process is governed by a well-defined and customizable set of synchronization rules.
With the well known growth in image blocking by email clients, some customers have been looking for alternatives to linking web based images into HTML emails.