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This forum is for IT Professionals who have questions/issues or other feedback about Forefront Identity Manager (FIM) 2010 suite

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    Hi,

    I have Forefront Identity Manager 2010,

    It's lifespan is about 5 years,

    When I go to the FIM Portal in the pending section I can see all of my pending request,

    I have there 4-5 old requests, 2-4 years old that I can't delete.

    Some of them are enroll and some are offline Unblock requests,

    My only guess that I didn't had the chance to check yet is that the user that made those requests is disabled in AD,

    Besides that I have no idea how to delete those request,

    Please help me to delete them.

    Thanks,

    Leon


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    Hi,

    for FIM or MIM Portal installation, can we have FIM Service account without mailbox? I am trying to install MIM portal but it keeps failing and the log just says there is some issue with the installation package. I didnt setup exchange on my lab, so i wanted to check whether the FIM Service mailbox is a mandatory prerequisite for Portal installation. 

    Thanks for your help


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    I have MIM up and running and was hopping to use the quickstart module tool to get SSPR going but I am having an issue. 

    Firstly, I cannot find any documentation relating to MIM2k16/QuickStart tool, but I did notice that it does exist in the installation directory, so I figured I'd give it a go.

    When I run Import-Module QuickStart, I get the StrongName error as mentioned in the FIM2010 Documentation for the tool. I have added the registry entries as the 2010 documentation recommends, and restarted, but I continue to get the StrongName error.

    I was wondering if anyone else has tried to run this tool on MIM 2016/Server 2012R2? Or, if anyone has gotten this error and resolved it?

    Here is the error that I get:

    

    Thanks for any assistance!


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    I have a mail notification process that sends an email when a person moves out of set.

    However, the move out also applies when the user is deleted, thus emails are sent that contain no data e.g. [//Target/AccountName] is blank.

    Is there a built in way of validating that [//Target/AccountName] contains something, before getting to the Mail Notification Workflow activity? I considered that I could use an Authorization activity, but can't see how that would work.

    I see the other alternatives being - to create a custom workflow activity (with an If Else condition) or to use something like the PowerShell workflow Activity.

    Any advice gratefully received.

    TIA,

    Jon.


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    We are maintaining SAP Roles read from an SAP Portal as Security groups in the FIM Portal (FIM 2010 R2). The members of the roles are maintained as members of these security groups and all the members are also users on the Portal.

    Now we have a requirement where we also need to read the date the role expires for a user (end date) from the SAP Portal and show it to the user in the "My Security Groups" page against every role that he may have.

    The major problem here is how do we maintain this many-to-many (many users have many different roles with different end dates) relationship in an attribute. Since each user will have multiple roles and for each of these roles his membership for it will have a different expiration date, then how do we capture this in FIM. The current set up does not provide any attribute which will help us to maintain this information for every role for a user.

    Any suggestions on what kind of custom attributes we can use or is there any other workaround to this problem?

    The next step is to also display that end date information for each role of every user in the My Security Groups page. I tried to test it by adding a dummy attribute in the configuration file but it is not showing up in that page. What could I be missing here?


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    Hi,

    I have to retrieve all the users from FIM Service DB. I am able to retrieve single valued string attribute values for all the users from FIM Service DB through SQL query. But, I am unable to fetch the users with multivalued attribute values and integer values from that DB using SQL query.

    Could you please help me in building a SQL query for fetching multivalued and integer attribute values from FIM Service DB.

    Thanks & Regards

    Prasanthi.


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    ADMA inbound - added msDS-cloudExtensionAttribute17 attribute and also added it to person schema as string.

    But, it is missing from the FIMMA "Select Attributes" page even with Show All selected.  It shows up on under the FIMMA "Configure Attribute Flow", on person in the MV side.  It's not available for me to make a direct flow.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks, Stu


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    hopefully this is an easy one... let's assume that I have a portal based workflow where I can get the value of an attribute for an object which happens to be a collection of values (or multivalued attribute).  I want to then create a new collection which will contain multiple values.  The new collection will may or may not contain some of the values of the original collection.  so, I want to check if the new collection contains one or more of the values of the old collection, and if it does not, then I want to add the value to the new collection.  is this even possible out of the box with native FIM capability?  how are others doing a simple foreach loop?

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    The results for September's TechNet Guru competition have been posted!

    http://blogs.technet.com/b/wikininjas/archive/2015/10/19/the-microsoft-technet-guru-awards-september-2015.aspx

    Below is a summary of the medal winners for December. The last column being a few of the comments from the judges.

    Unfortunately, runners up and their judge feedback comments had to be trimmed from THIS post, to fit into the forum's 60,000 character limit, however the full version is available on TechNet Wiki.

    Some articles only just missed out, so we may be returning to discuss those too, in future blogs.
     

    Guru Award  BizTalk Technical Guru - September 2015  

    Gold Award Winner

    Janardhan Bikka BizTalk Server 2013 R2 integration with MS Dynamics CRM 2015 Sandro Pereira: "Great topic, great article, well explained, lot of pictures, WOW keep coming! The layout/presentation of the article need to be treated and improved, but that I minor point regarding the quality of the article"
    Abhishek Kumar: "Very good Article on CRM integration and well explained . Thanks for your Contribution ."
    LG: "Material is interesting, but article content is too long."

    Silver Award Winner

    Rahul_Madaan Passing a message to BRE using Call Rules Shape Sandro Pereira: "The layout/presentation of the article need to be remade (different types of lettering, pictures could be better, pour layout of headers,…). This is a beginner article and steps explanations should be better detailed. This way the article is difficult to read and understand by their audience."

    Guru Award  Forefront Identity Manager Technical Guru - September 2015  

    Gold Award Winner

    Ryan Newington Take the guess work out of XPath with the Lithnet FIM Service PowerShell Module

    Søren Granfeldt: "Excellent stuff"

    Ed Price: "Great use of links for cross referencing!"

    Silver Award Winner

    Peter Geelen - MSFT FIM 2010: Verifying the Sync Engine Security Groups

    Søren Granfeldt  "Nice work Peter"

    Ed Price: "Good use of images and great to include the script sample!"

    Bronze Award Winner

    Wim Beck FIM2010: Localize Self Service Password Reset

    Søren Granfeldt: "Thank you for this Wim!"

    Ed Price: "Fantastic depth and great to read. Great article!"


    Also worth a mention were the other entries this month:

    Guru Award  Microsoft Azure Technical Guru - September 2015  

    Gold Award Winner

    Michel Jatoba Stop and Start VMs with Automation on Microsoft Azure

    JH: "Very good article with a detailed step-by-step guide. Love the amount of pictures."

    Ed Price: "Great topic and great use of images! What a valuable article!"

    Silver Award Winner

    Samir Farhat Create an URL Rewrite service via Azure Web App

    JH: "Not an advanced topic, but most people struggle on it. Really good explanation."

    Ed Price: "Perfect! I love this direct and thorough how to! Fantastic job on this!"

    Bronze Award Winner

    Ruud Borst Multi-tenant Azure AD federation with PowerShell

    JH: "Interesting article. Would be better to have less text and a more detailed explanation of the script."

    Ed Price: "Great scenario with a ton of explanation! More of a breakdown on the script would be good, but I still love the large amount of details here! Great job!"


    Also worth a mention were the other entries this month:

    Guru Award  Miscellaneous Technical Guru - September 2015  

    Gold Award Winner

    Rishabh Banga Full Home Automation with Azure & Voice Assistance using Intel Galileo Gen 1 & Windows 10 Durval Ramos: "This is an inspiring and practical article, which combines multiple platforms and allows you to create a very useful solution."
    Richard Mueller: "A very interesting and potentially useful idea. Good detailed steps, with lots of code. Good images and great use of Wiki guidelines."

    Silver Award Winner

    Pooja Baraskar Smart Baby Monitor with Intel Edison and Ubidots Durval Ramos: "This article is interesting and presents the "simple content". It's very easy to understand what must be done, but need to add "References" section to indicate where his work was inspired."
    Richard Mueller: "What a great idea. Very good images and detailed explanation."

    Bronze Award Winner

    Carmelo La Monica Part one: tools for debugging in Visual Studio 2015 Durval Ramos: "This article presents a resource that can be the difference between a successful solution and a project that should be reformed. Very good"
    Richard Mueller: "Good introduction to VS 2015. Good images and explanation. Grammar needs works."


    Also worth a mention were the other entries this month:

    Guru Award  SharePoint 2010 / 2013 Technical Guru - September 2015  

    Gold Award Winner

    Dan Christian Closer look at SharePoint Server 2016 Preview Ashutosh Singh: "Thanks Dan"
    TN: "A good wrap-up in SharePoint 2016"

    Silver Award Winner

    Inderjeet Singh Jaggi SharePoint 2016 Farm configuration issue on Windows Azure Virtual Machine Ashutosh Singh: "This is very good"
    TN: "An interesting post"

    Bronze Award Winner

    Dan Christian Installing the Office Online Server Preview TN: "Great article on how to set up Office Online Server including some common issues"
    Ashutosh Singh: "Thanks for this Dan"


    Also worth a mention were the other entries this month:

    Guru Award  Small Basic Technical Guru - September 2015  

    Gold Award Winner

    Emiliano Musso Prime Number Factorization with Small Basic Michiel Van Hoorn: "Put your math to practice. Great write up. "

    Silver Award Winner

    Ed Price - MSFT Small Basic: Automatic Type Conversion Michiel Van Hoorn: "Useful if you are starting juggling with numbers in Small basic"

    Guru Award  SQL BI and Power BI Technical Guru - September 2015  

    Gold Award Winner

    Maruthachalam K Creating reports using OData Feed in Power BI RB: "Nice explicative walkthrough."
    JS: "Great article, I would want one word concerning security of ODATA feeds in the article as well."
    Durval Ramos: "This article is very well illustrated, but need to add the "References" and "See Also" sections to valuable this article. Additional information is needed to validate your content"
    PT: "This post demonstrates the ease and utility of Power BI with an OData data source. Thank you for this valuable contribution."


    Also worth a mention were the other entries this month:

    • SSRS: Join data from different SSRS data sources into data set by sergey vdovin
      PT: "At first I had mixed feelings about promoting these techniques as a best practice, given the level of complexity. However your approach to this challenging problem well executed and clearly explained. Thank you for posting this useful information."
      RB: "Not much information here, apart from link to github projects"
      OT:"I personally don´t see any greater benefit in writing a separate article and referring an already existing one without pointing out really new stuff. The old one is pretty good and although the author does not get much love updating this, he should in order to have the thing in one place."
      AN: "The content is not complete and the "Solution" section was written in another article. This article's very confused."

    Guru Award  SQL Server General and Database Engine Technical Guru - September 2015  

    Gold Award Winner

    Martin Smith Clustered and Nonclustered indexes JS: "Instead of "to explicitly include all non key columns" => "to explicitly include one or more non-key columns". Liked the spatial representation!"
    AM: "Simple and concise explanation. Great illustration as a plus."
    Durval Ramos: "A good presentation about how each index works."

    Silver Award Winner

    Yashwant Vishwakarma SQL Server Databases: Back To Basics JS: "Although nothing really leading edge, a good start for new beginners in one place. I would want more references to MSDN articles in order to enable the reader digging in a bit deeper."
    Durval Ramos: "This article's a good summary about "some" SQL Server features and has good images, but I believe that can be improved if add more details in each database type"

    Guru Award  System Center Technical Guru - September 2015  

    Gold Award Winner

    Adin E Cluster Patching Showdown: Comparing SCVMM and SCCM Patching

    Peter Laker: "An excellent and in depth article"

    Ed Price: "Wow! Fantastic details!"

    Silver Award Winner

    Foothill1 SCSM Data Warehouse Search Tool

    Peter Laker: "Thanks for the contribution Foothill1"

    Ed Price: "Good topic. The example is helpful."

    Guru Award  Transact-SQL Technical Guru - September 2015  

    Gold Award Winner

    Martin Smith Unpivot vs Apply Manoj Pandey: "Very informative post about usage of UNPIVOT and/vs CROSS APPLY. But you could have given more details on the top of what are you covering in your post."
    Durval Ramos: "This is a good article, but need add "References" and "See Also" sections to additional content based on their original idea (post or article)."
    Richard Mueller: "Good use of Wiki guidelines. I liked the images. A See Also and Other Resources could be useful."

    Guru Award  Universal Windows Apps Technical Guru - September 2015  

    Gold Award Winner

    Rishabh Banga Full Home Automation with Azure & Voice Assistance using Intel Galileo Gen 1 & Windows 10

    JH: "What an article! Needs just a little formatting. Love the whole IoT stuff."

    Ed Price: "This is truly beautiful! The hardware images are helpful, the UI images are great, and the code is formatted very well! Plus the topic is ambitious and fun!"

    Silver Award Winner

    Afzaal Ahmad Zeeshan Building camera app with library in Windows 10

    JH: "Very detailed explanations and a lot of code snippets. A good one."

    Ed Price: "I love how this is a specific app type. Very useful for developers!"

    Bronze Award Winner

    SYED SHANU Windows 10 Universal App Development for Name Puzzle Game

    JH: "Fun article. Will try this one myself."

    Ed Price: "What a fun game! Fantastic execution on this article! Great job!"

    Guru Award  Visual Basic Technical Guru - September 2015  

    Gold Award Winner

    Emiliano Musso Basis of Neural Networks in Visual Basic .NET Carmelo La Monica: "Fantastic!!! Perfect article, great code snippet and theory of Neutral Networks. Congrats!"
    Richard Mueller: "Very interesting topic and well researched. Would be great to play with this. Grammar could be improved."
    MR: "Great article!"

    Silver Award Winner

    .paul. CheckBoxColumn Select All Demo MR: "Simple but very effective!"
    Carmelo La Monica: "Great topic and useful for to extend function on Datagridview."
    Richard Mueller: "A well written article. I would like to see more links to other references."

    Guru Award  Visual C# Technical Guru - September 2015  

    Gold Award Winner

    SYED SHANU DataGridView Gantt style chart using C# Winform Carmelo La Monica: "Very interesting topics and very and useful for to extend function on Datagridview. Congrats!"
    Jaliya Udagedara: "Explains a solution to a specific problem. Love the fact that sample code is available to download. A bit of formatting is needed in the article."

    Silver Award Winner

    Ken Cenerelli Understanding the Visual Studio AssemblyInfo Class Jaliya Udagedara: "Well explained the topic for well formatted. It’s just perfect."
    Carmelo La Monica: "Congratulations, article very detailed in all parts, useful for to understand AsssemblyInfo Class, good code snippet and images."

    Bronze Award Winner

    Gaurav Kumar Arora C#: How to check whether API server is up or down Jaliya Udagedara: "Little bit of code formatting and a link to download the sample code will help readers a bit more."
    Carmelo La Monica: "Great topics and very useful for to understand if api server in up o down. Congrats!"


    Also worth a mention were the other entries this month:

    • MVC Web API And AngularJS: Are You Genius Game bySYED SHANU
      Carmelo La Monica: "Interesting, i don't have experience on Asp.Net, but article very interesting, good image and code snippet."
      Jaliya Udagedara: "Explains a specific application. Love the fact that a lot of images is used and sample code is available to download which helps the readers. A bit of article formatting is needed."
    • Little More Information On Casting and Type Checking in C# byIsham Mohamed
      Jaliya Udagedara: "Explains the topic of the article in detail. If we can have little bit of formatting in the article, then it will be perfect."
      Carmelo La Monica: "Sometime is a problem for casting Object, but with this article we can to understand how to convert correctly an object or variable. Congrats!"
    • ASP.NET MVC HangFire - Execute Jobs in Background using SQLServer by João Sousa
      Jaliya Udagedara: "I would rather change the title of the article to “Configure Hangfire in an ASP.NET MVC Application”, because that is what explained in the article. Good job!"
      Carmelo La Monica: "Great content, and useful image and code snippet. Congratulations!"
    • MVC Web API and Angular JS For Word Puzzle Game bySYED SHANU
      Carmelo La Monica: "Same comment for MVC Web API And AngularJS: Are You Genius Game. Congratulations!"
      Jaliya Udagedara: "Explains a specific application. Love the fact that a lot of images is used and sample code is available to download which helps the readers. A bit of article formatting is needed."

    Guru Award  Wiki and Portals Technical Guru - September 2015  

    Gold Award Winner

    Ken Cenerelli Visual Studio 2015 Portal Durval Ramos: "A great portal. Very useful !!!"
    Richard Mueller: "Outstanding example of usage of Wiki Guidelines. And a great collection of links."

    Guru Award  Windows PowerShell Technical Guru - September 2015  

    Gold Award Winner

    Curtis Smith PowerShell: Directing DNS with PowerShell Jan Egil Ring: "My favorite this month"
    Richard Mueller: "A great article with excellent explanations and good use of Wiki guidelines. Good step by step detail. Some of the topics could go in another article, or you could reference existing references. For example, documentation of string methods and explanation of $_."

    Silver Award Winner

    Peter Geelen - MSFT PowerShell: Event viewer statistics Richard Mueller: "Lots of code, but also lots of comments. Good use of Wiki guidelines. Great to give credit. Maybe could use some more discussion."
    Jan Egil Ring: "Excellent work!"

    Bronze Award Winner

    Sravan Eatoor PowerShell: Dynamic Form - All In One Tool Jan Egil Ring: "Thanks Sravan"
    Richard Mueller: "An interesting idea that might prove useful where organizations have collected many scripts."

    Guru Award  Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) Technical Guru - September 2015  

    Gold Award Winner

    Andy ONeill MVVM Step by Step 2 LL: "Good article!"
    Peter Laker: "Nice work as always Andy!"

    Silver Award Winner

    Tom Mohan Hierarchical Binding Using HierarchialDataTemplate LL: "Nice 101"
    Peter Laker: "Thank you Tom!"

    Guru Award  Windows Server Technical Guru - September 2015  

    Gold Award Winner

    Richard Mueller Active Directory: Allow Linked Multi-Valued Attributes to use LVR Mark Parris: "Information to show that just by raising the FFL, there is still more work that may need to happen."
    JM: "This is an excellent article, thanks for your continued contributions."

    Silver Award Winner

    Darshana Jayathilake File Server Migration Toolkit Mark Parris: "Useful information now that Windows 2003 is no longer a supported platform."
    JM: "This is a great articled that will help admins migrate WS03 file servers, nice work."

    Bronze Award Winner

    FZB WSUS: the underlying Connection was closed during Server cleanup Mark Parris: "Good tidbit of information around WSUS and the command line."
    JM: "This is a very good article that will help admins clean up their WSUS databases"

    As mentioned above, runners up and comments were removed from this post, to fit into the forum's 60,000 character limit.

    You will find the complete post, comments and feedback on the main announcement post.

    Please join the discussion, add a comment, or suggest future categories.

    If you have not yet contributed an article for this month, and you think you can write a more useful, clever, or better produced wiki article than the winners above, here's your chance! :D

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  • 10/21/15--21:10: Cascading FIM Issues
  • Dirsync stopped working between my AD and O365.

    stopped the forefront service as a troubleshooting method, service fails to start

    started a repair on the fimsync app, cant because 7 different other applications need to be stopped. Killed all nonessential apps. No change, clicked ignore. Restarted server, service missing, application uninstalled, dirsync gone...

    couple questions,

    Where can I reinstall this?

    Why is this so complected?

    Does everyone have these issues?


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    While working with Azure Active Directory Connect (AADConnect). I noticed there is a tool called "CSExportAnalyzer.exe".

    From the documentation this tools seems to be a helper utility to the CSExport to help process the output XML into a friendlier CSV format. My question is can we use this utility for FIM\MIM on reporting any pending exports from the output of that application's respective CSExport.exe.

    In my lab, I tested it with some pending export data from MIM, and seems to process as expected. Curious what Microsoft's stance is on using this utility for FIM/MIM


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    It seems MIM 2016 only has en-US available for now.

    Would anyone know when will localization be available to public?


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    Hi

    I have a question is how to import MA from xml exported using powershell script. i can find the way to export MA using powershell call to "svrexport.exe" but i cannot find the way to import that.

    Please help.

    Thanks


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    Hello all, 

    I have recently been asked to purpose a solution for a problem with FIM 2010 R2 and MS AD system accounts.

    The customer asked for import of all the systems accounts from AD that are outside of OUs set in AD management agent. After that the accounts will be present in FIM and its reports. However the customer wants to prevent any changes to those accounts from FIM and any automation processes.

    I can export the accounts from those specific OUs in AD and to prepare CSV or db management agent to import them into metaverse.

    The tricky part for me is how to prevent any changes to those specific accounts. 

    What is the best approach in your opinion?

    So far I have managed to think of two possible ways to achieve the task: 

    To add specific value to those system accounts using the management agent settings and after that to set filters on the rest of the management agents using this attribute and prevent synchronization to the rest of the systems? 

    To make them members of a new Set and to use that Set as exception in Outbound synchronization rules?

    I'm pretty new to FIM configuration and any suggestions are highly appreciated.

     Thanks in advance.


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    I am at the "AD User Inbound Synchronization Rule" section in the setup of MIM 2016.

    I am working on the Inbound Attribute Flow

    The instructions call for you to create 8 rules as follows:

    Rule 1

    samAccountName

    f

    Rule 2

     

    displayName

    displayName

    Rule 3

    EmployeeType

    EmployeeType

    Rule 4

    givenName

    givenName

    Rule 5

    sn

    lastName

    Rule 6

    Manager

    manager

    Rule 7

    objectSID

    ObjectSID

    Rule 8

    "Contoso"

    domain

    My issue is, for rule 1, the f attribute does not exist.  EmployeeType does not show as a source and neither does givenName.

    Has anyone gotten MIM 2016 working.  There are several errors in the technet article and I have managed to figure most of them out, but I am stuck at this point.  Looking in AD, the f attribute does not exist.  The other sources do exist, but I cannot get them to show up in the Inbound Attribute flow choices.


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  • 10/24/15--12:20: Password extension and PCNS
  • Hi,

    I want to propagate password changes from AD to an external system .

    The external system exposes a webservice I must call to inform the system about the password change

    I'm not exporting any attributes to that system, only importing.

    The password change will be propagated from AD to FIM (via PCNS) and from FIM to the external system via the password extension dll and the webservice.

    I don't have any agents exporting attributes (except the AD agent). Do I need to add a FIM MA to the solution in order to use the password extension and call the web service, or can I call the web-service in the password extension code?

    Many thanks,

    DD

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    • Title must be 1 to 255 characters long.

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  • 10/25/15--22:50: Dirsync control C#
  • I am using dirsync control to poll for changes in active directory using system.sirectoryservices.protocol. Is it possible to force dirsync to always return samaccountname of a user's object whether it has been changed or no

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  • 10/26/15--03:15: Set based on security group
  • Hello, 

    I try to create Set based on group members but without success. 

    Any idea please ? 

    Regards


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    We have a AADS sync with two connectors local AD (abc.com) and Azure.

    IN local AD we have exclusion not to sync xyz.com smtp objects. Now we have a requirement to add a OU with few objects enabled with xyz.com.

    Is it advised to create an additional connector in AADS and select the only OU to sync xyz.com objects.


    Ahmed Ali


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