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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 gents,<o:p></o:p>

    We use FIM 2010 to manage identity lifecycle management in our “secure environment” but lately for business needs, we start to deploy Standalone Active Directory on “isolated environment” and unfortunately for security and operations constraints we cannot manage and sync directly those isolated AD with FIM.<o:p></o:p>

    We think about exporting users db file from FIM to the isolated environment then develop a bunch of scripts to maintain the isolated AD up to date but I am a bit annoyed and wonder if there is a more “gentle” way to do it.<o:p></o:p>

    So I am looking for any kind experience feedback/ advices/ best practices to solve this issue.<o:p></o:p>

    Thanks in advance!    <o:p></o:p>


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    Written code to lookup physcialDeliveryOfficeName to set dial plan for Skype users in FIM based on their location.  We have the import script working to do the lookup and compare.  We do not use FIM Portal and are getting error on export script attempting to update dialplan getting error  MA-Extension-error 0x80230825. Here is snip of the code - Any thoughts?

    param

    (

         $username="",

         $password=""

    )

    begin

    {

               import-modulelync

    }

    process

    {

         $error.clear()

         

         $errorstatus="success"

         $errordetails=""

               

         $identifier=$_."[Identifier]"

         $anchor=$_."[Anchor]"

         $samaccountname=$_.accountName

         $physicalDeliveryOfficeName=$_.physicalDeliveryOfficeName

         $SkypeDialPlan=$_.SkypeDialPlan

         $objectmodificationtype=$_."[ObjectModificationType]"

         $objectguid=$_.objectguid

         $changedattrs=$_.'[ChangedAttributeNames]'

          [bool]$SkypeUserEnabled=$_.SkypeUserEnabled

         $_ |out-filec:\psma\dump\$samaccountname.txt

               

         try

          {

              foreach ($canin$_.ChangedAttributeNames)

          {

           $can

            foreach ($ValueChangein$_.AttributeChanges[$can].ValueChanges)

              {

               if ($can-eq'physicalDeliveryOfficeName')

                            {if ($objectmodificationtype-match'Replace')

                            {

                                       #physicalDeliveryOfficeName has changed and we need to update the dialplan

                                       Grant-CsDialPlan-Identity$_.sipaddress-PolicyName$_.SkypeDPLookup

                                  }

                           }          

                  }

          }



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    I am setting up new FYNC sync between 2 ads. From newly set up ads I am getting tombstoned objects in FUll import as group member. How to remediate the issue?

    1. REstrciting access to my service account to "CN=Deleted Objects,DC=Contoso,DC=com" tombstoned objects?

    2. What declared import filter I need to add in MA to exclude these objects?


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    I have a query regarding Microsoft Test manager tool ,can you please provide  answer to  my query .

    I have 3 resources in my test team & I want to use Microsoft Test manager tool in my project.

    Do I need to purchase 3 separate licenses for individuals or only one license can be shared by the all 3 members?


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    Hi Guys,

    At a customer I have an issue with the Lotus Domino Connector whilst trying to rename a Lotus Notes Group.

    When I export the change I get the following error during the export: The given Key was not present in the dictionary.

    I used debugViewer to check if there is any more information before the error and there is none specific.

    The error in the MA is :

    System.Collections.Generic.KeyNotFoundException: The given key was not present in the dictionary.
       at System.Collections.Generic.Dictionary`2.get_Item(TKey key)
       at System.Collections.ObjectModel.KeyedCollection`2.get_Item(TKey key)
       at Microsoft.IdentityManagement.MA.LotusDomino.NotesClientWrapper.DominoGroup.UpdateGroupAttributesByUNID(CSEntryChange csentry, IDictionary`2 schema, Context exportContext, IDictionary`2 deleteInfo)
       at Microsoft.IdentityManagement.MA.LotusDomino.Core.Group.ExportEntry(CSEntryChange csentry, Context exportContext, List`1 listChangeResult)

    The error in debug viewer is:

    [6220] Message: The given key was not present in the dictionary. 
    [6220] Exception root Exception type: System.Collections.Generic.KeyNotFoundException 
    [6220] Source: mscorlib 
    [6220] Stack Trace:    at System.Collections.Generic.Dictionary`2.get_Item(TKey key) 
    [6220]    at System.Collections.ObjectModel.KeyedCollection`2.get_Item(TKey key) 
    [6220]    at Microsoft.IdentityManagement.MA.LotusDomino.NotesClientWrapper.DominoGroup.UpdateGroupAttributesByUNID(CSEntryChange csentry, IDictionary`2 schema, Context exportContext, IDictionary`2 deleteInfo) 
    [6220]    at Microsoft.IdentityManagement.MA.LotusDomino.Core.Group.ExportEntry(CSEntryChange csentry, Context exportContext, List`1 listChangeResult) 
    [6220] Target Site: get_Item 


    I was wondering if anybody could give me any pointers on how to solve this problem (Maybe a missing attribute,...) I have checked the group exists in Lotus Notes because I imported it from there.

    There is no error on the Lotus Notes side as it does not arrive to Notes.

    I am using Lotus Client 9.0 and domino server 8.6FP6

    My FIM 2010 R2 version is  4.1.3671.0

    My Lotus Domino Connector is 1.1.117.0

    Any help would be appreciated. I have been trying to solve this problem for a few days now with no luck.

    Thanks

    Sylvan


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  • 08/07/16--05:01: Reference in MIM
  • Hello!

    Can anybody advice, what to do in such case:

    I have 2 Oracle HR tables

    First:

    1. UserID
    2. Division ID
    3. ManagerID

    Second:

    1. DivisionID
    2. Division Description

    How I can populate user info in MV, if I need to have information about account in such form:

    1. UserID
    2. Division Description

    As I understand I need to use 2 references, but to different objects.

    I can't found such examples is one guide and don't know if it can work.

    Thanks!



    1



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    Hi,

     I have developed a new custom activity for FIM and deployed it. In the activity UI, we provide three radio buttons to select different options. The activity UI looks like below:

    or Option 1 selection, the activity receives the string Option 1 and so on for other options. Based on that value, we run different business logic in the activity. However, I am facing issues when I select Options 2 and 3. When I select Option 2 or 3, it gets selected and the value received in the activity during execution is also proper. However, when I open the workflow to check what Option we have selected, then the UI always displays "Option 1" though it is sending values for Option 2 and 3 as expected during execution.

    Below is the UI code for the activity:

    public static DependencyProperty ActivityNameProperty = DependencyProperty.Register("ActivityName", typeof(System.String), typeof(CustomActivity));
    [Description("Please specify the target attribute")]
    [DesignerSerializationVisibility(DesignerSerializationVisibility.Visible)]
    [Browsable(true)]
    public string ActivityName
    {
        get
        {
            return ((String)(base.GetValue(CustomActivity.ActivityNameProperty)));
        }
        set
        {
            base.SetValue(CustomActivity.ActivityNameProperty, value);
        }
    }
    
     static string[] ActivityNames = new string[]
    {
        "Option1","Option2","Option3"
    };
    
    public class CustomActivitySettingsPart : ActivitySettingsPart
    {
    
       public override Activity GenerateActivityOnWorkflow(SequentialWorkflow workflow)
       {
           if (!this.ValidateInputs())
           {
               return null;
           }
           CustomActivity changeActivity = new CustomActivity();
           changeActivity.ActivityName = this.GetRadioSelection("activityToRun");
           return changeActivity;
       }
    
       public override void LoadActivitySettings(System.Workflow.ComponentModel.Activity activity)
       {
           CustomActivity changeActivity = activity as CustomActivity;
           if (changeActivity != null)
           {
               this.SetRadioSelection("activityToRun", changeActivity.ActivityName);
           }
       }
    
       public override ActivitySettingsPartData PersistSettings()
       {
           ActivitySettingsPartData data = new ActivitySettingsPartData();
           data["ActivityName"] = this.GetRadioSelection("activityToRun");
           return data;
       }
    
       public override void RestoreSettings(ActivitySettingsPartData data)
       {
           if (data != null)
           {
               this.SetRadioSelection("activityToRun", (string)(data["ActivityName"]));
           }
    
       }
    
       public override void SwitchMode(ActivitySettingsPartMode mode)
       {
           bool readOnly = (mode == ActivitySettingsPartMode.View);
           this.SetRadioListReadOnlyOption("activityToRun", readOnly);
       }
    
       public override string Title
       {
           get { return "My custom activity"; }
       }
    
       public override bool ValidateInputs()
       {
           return true;
       }
    
       /// <summary>
       ///  Creates a Table that contains the controls used by the activity UI
       ///  in the Workflow Designer of the FIM portal. Adds that Table to the
       ///  collection of Controls that defines each activity that can be selected
       ///  in the Workflow Designer of the FIM Portal. Calls the base class of
       ///  ActivitySettingsPart to render the controls in the UI.
       /// </summary>
       protected override void CreateChildControls()
       {
           Table controlLayoutTable;
           controlLayoutTable = new Table();
    
           //Width is set to 100% of the control size
           controlLayoutTable.Width = Unit.Percentage(100.0);
           controlLayoutTable.BorderWidth = 0;
           controlLayoutTable.CellPadding = 2;
    
           controlLayoutTable.Rows.Add(this.AddTableRowRadioList("Please select one option", "activityToRun", ActivityNames, ActivityNames[0]));
           this.Controls.Add(controlLayoutTable);
    
           base.CreateChildControls();
       }
    
       #region "Radio Functions"
       private TableRow AddTableRowRadioList(String labelText, String controlID, String[] radioOptions, String defaultValue)
       {
           TableRow row = new TableRow();
           TableCell labelCell = new TableCell();
           TableCell controlCell = new TableCell();
           Label label = new Label();
           RadioButtonList radioList = new RadioButtonList();
    
           label.Text = labelText;
           label.CssClass = base.LabelCssClass;
           labelCell.Controls.Add(label);
           radioList.ID = controlID;
           foreach (String Item in radioOptions)
           {
               radioList.Items.Add(new ListItem(Item, Item));
           }
           radioList.SelectedValue = defaultValue;
           radioList.RepeatDirection = RepeatDirection.Vertical;
           controlCell.Controls.Add(radioList);
           row.Cells.Add(labelCell);
           row.Cells.Add(controlCell);
           return row;
       }
    
       private String GetRadioSelection(String radioListID)
       {
           RadioButtonList radioList = (RadioButtonList)this.FindControl(radioListID);
           return radioList.SelectedValue;
       }
       private void SetRadioSelection(String radioListID, String radioSelection)
       {
           RadioButtonList radioList = (RadioButtonList)this.FindControl(radioListID);
           if (radioList != null)
           {
               radioList.SelectedValue = radioSelection;
           }
           else
           {
               radioList.SelectedValue = radioList.Items[0].Text;
           }
       }
    
       private void SetRadioListReadOnlyOption(String radioListID, bool readOnly)
       {
           RadioButtonList radioList = (RadioButtonList)this.FindControl(radioListID);
           radioList.Enabled = !readOnly;
       }
       #endregion
    }

    Please let know if I have missed anything in the UI code. When the activity reloads, it is always displaying first option as selected.


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    Hi,

    We are sending out an email notification to a manager 2 weeks before a contractor is to be terminated.

    The email notification depicts the date/time in UTC...not in the time zone we are in (e.g. UTC -7), but in UTC.

    This has the possibility of confusing people.

    Is there a way to correct this UTC time in the email template to reflect the correct time zone (e.g. UTC -7)?

    Thank you,

    SK


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    Hi

    I have provisioned a Criteria based group from the FIM provisioning process.

    Is it possible to populate a Criteria based group with Filter attribute /Person[orunit=345234]. All I am trying to do is set the criteria via the provisoing process of Groups.

    How do I set the criteria ?

    Can I do the following ?

    mventry["filter"].value = "/Person[Orgunit=234123]";

    Its has not worked but can you guide me how to do something like this ?

    Regards,

    Dev


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    I am struggling to configure the MIM 2016 Password Registration and Password Reset features that I managed to install.

    I followed the MIM Deployment guide and I believe I have them on my FIM Service server. mim1

    I want to run all 3 services on same server. MIM Portal (sharepoint port 80)  Password Registration on port 8080 ad Password Reset on port 8088.

    I discover these lines in the old FIM 2010 Deployment Guide:

    "If you are not going to have the password registration and password reset portals extranet facing and wish to install everything on one server, this is supported but there are some things that need to be considered. The first is that SharePoint for the FIM Portal will be using port 80 on IIS, so additional ports will be required for the password registration and password reset portals. Also, if you are installing everything on one machine and are using Kerberos then useAppPoolCRedentials=true will be set because SharePoint runs as a “farm”. If this is true, then the Application Pool account that runs the FIM Password Registration Site and the FIM Password Reset Site will need to have the appropriate SPNs and delegation configured."

    Just my scenario. One machine not extranet facing. BUT nowhere does it describe just what these "appropriate" SPNs and delegations are.

    All over the net there seems to be advice about this topic but no actual examples.

    I followed the MIM 2016 Deployment guide, it is hard to follow and has quite a few anomalies but what I used was:

    Password Registration server:  mim1.mimtest.local    Port 8080

    Pool Account  mimtest\MIMSSPR

    Password Reset server:   mim1.mimtest.local      Port 8088

    Pool Account mimtest\MIMSSPRSVC

    How do I check I am using Kerberos? How do I check the value of useAppPoolCRedentials?

    OK. and what are the appropriate necessary SPN(s) for me?

    HELP!!


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    Hi,

    Not sure how this happened, but it did.  I have about 300 groups that are stuck in a pending export with a delete-add operation on them.  I tested this "operation" with a low impact group to see if it was actually going to delete it and re-add it.  It did just that.  That's going to be a problem because, if I'm not mistaken, that's going to wipe out the ACLs (permissions) for the group. 

    I need to figure out how to get this to not delete the groups.  Everything is identical between what's in Active Directory and what's in the connector space.  So, there are no changes in any of the group names, DNs, members, etc. 

    I read something about the DeleteAddAsReplace property that would change a delete-add operation to a replace. But, I don't think that's something I can set when configuring the MA. But, I may not be looking in the right place.

    Right now, I have the permissions on those group objects revoked. So, the export can mess with them.  But, I can't leave it like that forever.

    Any ideas would be appreciated.

    Greg


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  • 08/10/16--11:20: MIM 2016 SSPR
  • Hi,

    I am working on implementation of MIM 2016 for one of my customer. We are looking for customization of SSPR where an end user could reset his/her password either through OTP authentication or by answering security questions. Please see attached mockup . Is it doable? If yes then someone could please guide me in right direction of implementation.

    /SV



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    Does anyone have a guide on how to do MIM 2016 Reporting with System Center on Prem (I upgraded from FIM 2010 R2 to MIM 2016). I don't want to do cloud reporting, I like the reports in System center and would like to keep using them.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks;

    Jon


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    Has anyone seen this behavior?

    I am using FIM 2010 R2 with the SharePoint MA connector against a SharePoint 2016 user profile service. 

    The MA Config wizard connects OK and imports the schema, (I even see our custom profile attributes).  

    But when I run a full import I get "completed no-objects"

    The MA configuration worked fine against another test SP 2016 and against SP 2013.  The only difference I can think of is this profile database was just imported from SP2013.

    If I log in to the Central Administration web site and User Profile Service web site with the same credentials and port I see all 166,000 users.


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  • 08/11/16--19:35: PAM AD requirements?
  • Hi,

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    1. Domain Controller operating system versions in both Forests
    2. Forest and Domain functional levels of both Forests

    Thank  you,

    SK


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    I am using MIM 2016 and it is patched to the latest hotfix roll out. Build 4.3.2266.0

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