Tag Archives: FIM Sync

Managing Office 365 Licenses with #MIM2016 and #AzMan – Part 2

In my last post I introduced the concept of using Windows Authorisation Manager (AzMan) to manage the automation of Office 365 licenses.  In this post I will go into detail on how the solution hangs together. Complementing AAD Connect with … Continue reading

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#FIM2010 R2 Scoped Sync Rules – Part 2 (The Experience)

So I decided to take up the challenge on a recent FIM2010 R2 project – outlined in the first part of this post. Lets just say there are plenty of FIM folk who would simply ask ‘why?’ … Why would … Continue reading

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#FIM2010 R2 Scoped Sync Rules – Part 1 (The Vision)

There have been numerous attempts since the concept of ‘declarative sync rules’ was first introduced with FIM 2010 to eliminate the need for rules extensions altogether, but rarely have these been successful.  In all but the most trivial of scenarios … Continue reading

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A new angle on an old #FIM2010 problem

Anyone working with the FIM Sync engine, in its current or previous guises, for any length of time will be familiar with the age old dilemma – how best to ensure uniqueness constraints of a newly provisioned AD account.  Or … Continue reading

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