Tag Archives: FIM Synchronization

What is Identity Broker?

To paraphrase an earlier post, FIM Sync would be easy if every system or application was as straight-forward to provision and sync with as the AD or ADLDS connector. It struck me sitting in Chris Cox’s FIM 2010 RC0 training … Continue reading

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‘Failed to connect to the specified database’ error after sync server import

If you have a look at this thread, and others like it, you will see that one of the recommended fixes is to restart the server. It always seems such a cop-out type of fix to do this – sort … Continue reading

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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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Inbound Attribute Flow Dilemmas

For the past 4 weeks I’ve found myself taking a trip down memory lane with rules extensions … in VB.Net and not my preferred C# no less. Ironically this was my first FIM R2 experience, and I was hardly prepared … Continue reading

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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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