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About bobbradley1967

Microsoft IAM MVP and Solutions Architect (MCTS, MCP) - FIM/ILM/MIIS Specialist, with 20 years SQL database ( OLAP) and MS.Net applications development/SI background, in particular on the SharePoint platform

Upgrading #FIM2010 (not R2) to #MIM2016

Some time ago former FIM MVP Thomas Vuylsteke blogged this really helpful post on the above subject.  I figure my customer isn’t the only one stuck in a pre-R2 limbo as we barrel towards the October 2017 FIM 2010 EOL … Continue reading

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Active Directory is NOT an IdM Technology (without #MIM2016 or similar)

It continues to frustrate me that publications such as this recent white paper from the Microsoft EMS (Enterprise Mobility and Security) team still underplay the need for organisations to get their on-premises identity management under control before turning on AAD Connect. … Continue reading

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Your #MIM2016 or #FIM2010 Starter Pack

With all the excitement this week of the announcement of the Azure AD and SailPoint collaboration, it got me thinking about how the Microsoft IAM landscape is continuing to evolve both on premises and in the Microsoft cloud.  The message … Continue reading

Posted in FIM (ForeFront Identity Manager) 2010, ILM (Identity Lifecycle Manager) 2007, MIM (Microsoft Identity Manager) 2016, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Azure EMS Conditional Access and Enterprise IAM

This week part 2 of a series of blog posts on implementing Azure EMS Conditional Access (CA – part 1 here) was published on Microsoft’s Enterprise Mobility and Security Blog. Predictably, perhaps, this got me thinking about what I might … Continue reading

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#AADConnect exception: 0x80230306 (The dimage has an anchor that is different than the image.)

I’ve been working in a lab lately where I’ve been running into the above problem using AAD Connect’s Staging Mode.  We’re at a point where we’re looking to swap out an existing custom FIM 2010 R2 solution (with the soon-to-be deprecated … Continue reading

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Managing Identities in a Hybrid World

Last Tuesday I had the pleasure of addressing a combined audience of fellow local MVP Pete Calvert‘s Adelaide Windows User Group and the Adelaide System Center User Community.  So I thought I’d post the identitygovernancefor-o365 deck from that meeting here, mainly for the … Continue reading

Posted in Azure AD Connect Sync, Event Broker for FIM 2010, Identity Broker LITE, MIM (Microsoft Identity Manager) 2016 | Leave a comment

#AADConnect sync: The Inbound sync rules in scope have different join criteria.

I’ve finally had the opportunity to work with AAD Connect over these past weeks, and its been one of those “everything old is new again” experiences.  It’s one thing to hear the architectural objectives that Andreas talked about for the Azure … Continue reading

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