Monthly Archives: October 2012

When one FIM sync server just might not be enough?

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the inherent scalability challenges of the FIM sync engine as we seek to push it harder and harder, throwing more and more identities and other related objects at it.  Is there a limit, … Continue reading

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Tuning FIM MA exports during initial load (pre R2)

I wanted to share my findings on following the steps outlined in KB2417774 to improve FIM MA export performance on a pre-R2 implementation I’m working on (build 4.0.3617.2, with 200K metaverse objects under management). When faced with thousands of pending exports (mostly … Continue reading

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When is a static FIM set dynamic?

Sometimes FIM can build you up just to cut you back down.  Just when you think you’ve designed the perfect set-based policy, with your custom schema and workflow activities written and tested, how many times do you discover that try … Continue reading

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