Monthly Archives: July 2012

Using FIM for Delegated Access Administration

I have had the pleasure of working on a significant Australian Government ADFS project over the course of the past year, and looking back on this now it occurs to me that maybe there are not to many sites in … Continue reading

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Designing and scheduling Housekeeping policy entirely within the FIM

I’ve just added a new post to our FIM Community WIKI on the above topic … hope you too will find this as useful as I have with my past few FIM deployments.

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(Referal) Misspelled Resource Attribute In MPR In FIM 2010 (R2) May Result In Access Denied

(2012-07-18) Misspelled Resource Attribute In MPR In FIM 2010 (R2) May Result In Access Denied. Thanks for sharing this Jorge … a tiny bug in the default FIM Policy for FIM 2010 R2 šŸ˜¦

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What is a Directory – a FIM POV

What’s in a word? Let’s break it down … DIRECT … The way FIM likes its object and attribute flows mapped; OR … What do you mean, like there’s a happy alternative??? We’re talking declarative here!!!; Y … Would you … Continue reading

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Applied EREs but no EAFs?

I had an awkward moment or two today in which my fundamental understanding of outbound FIM declarative sync rules was put to the blow-torch, and for a minute there I thought I was probably had a corrupted Active Directory CS … Continue reading

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Windows Server 2012 Dynamic Access Control Overview

Please check out this Microsoft Channel 9 presentation, and this walk-through here. As a FIM identity guy, the reason I’m so interested in this is that it suddenly means that the integrity of user properties changes from being “nice to … Continue reading

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