Tag Archives: MIM 2016

Simple business case for #MIM2016 SSPR

It occurs to me that perhaps we don’t always do due diligence when it comes to establishing a credible business case for IAM intiatives, and this only comes back to bite us later.  One of the easiest metrics is the … Continue reading

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Simple #MIM2016 Reporting in PowerShell

As a veteran MIM implementer now, I can’t help being constantly impressed with how much Ryan Newington‘s work on his Lithnet Github site has changed the landscape for those of us continually faced with the task of extracting data from the … Continue reading

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Managing Office 365 Licenses with #MIM2016 and #AzMan – Part 1

One of the things we Microsoft FIM/MIM folks find ourselves doing of late is having to find ways of automating Office 365 license assignment for our “hybrid” (AD+AAD) customers, initially as part of provision the initial Exchange Online mailbox which … Continue reading

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