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  • 09/07/16--07:08: FIM Portal reinstall
  • Hello!

    I have created this post with Oracle DB MA problem.

    I think that I have found the reason of my problem - it is in my Portal schema configuration.
    Does MIM have any guides to clear all MIM Portal configuration or only schema configuration(better for me)?
    If I correctly understand I can make deinstallation of Portal and make a new install with fresh DB and configuration.
    In this case I will lost my portal sync flows (they are documented and can be restored "by hands") and my Portal users/groups, which can be restored during sync process.
    Any hints on this process?


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     BizTalk Technical Guru – July 2016 


    Kjetil Tonstad 22x Latency Improvement In BizTalk Without Changing The Code Sandro Pereira: “A pure simple masterpiece! Well done Kjetil Tonstad.”
    LG: “A good real-life example, which is very helpful. Thank you for sharing!”


    Mandar Dharmadhikari Analysis of Scenario Which Results in TDDS Crash LG: “Interesting finding. Thanks for sharing!”
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     Forefront Identity Manager Technical Guru – July 2016 


    Jeff Ingalls Microsoft Identity Manager 2016 Schema Ed Price: “Wow! I was reading this, not sure what to make of it, because there isn’t a ton of text breaking it down. But when I started scrolling down that first table, I realized how amazing and valuable the data is! And then the Gallery item just really tops off this article. Great job!”

    Peter Geelen Microsoft Identity Manager 2016 Handbook: Online Companion Guide Ed Price: “Fantastic resource and companion to the book! Very helpful to break down the topics!”

     Microsoft Azure Technical Guru – July 2016 

    Kia Zhi Tang (Ryen Tang) Microsoft Azure: Deploying Windows Server 2016 Nano Server JH: “Maybe one of the largest articles I have seen, but a good one.”
    AS: “Good and comprehensive article, but a bit too long for me. It could have been split into 2 or even 3 different in a series.”

    Eldert Grootenboer Integrating Service Bus Stack With Logic Apps And Azure Functions JH: “Contains a lot of example code. Good for getting started with Service Bus and Logic Apps.”
    AS: “Good catch and guide on the different handling of Service Bus messages in different services. I would also like to see here the security settings configuration of the function required to be able to properly see it in the list of Logic App designer.”

    Bhushan Gawale Azure key vault essentials for beginners JH: “Good introduction to Key Vault.”

     Miscellaneous Technical Guru – July 2016 


    Ronen Ariely
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    List of forums by Languages, categories, and field of discussions Richard Mueller: “Excellent use of Wiki Guidelines, with even “Return to Top” links (these help in such a long article). This article allows us to search for the forums we want easily. Listing them by category helps.”
    Ed Price: “Very valuable article, that already has 55 revisions. I see this as an article that’s going to get a lot of use from readers and tweaks from contributors!”

    Ken Cenerelli Killing zombie Google Chrome processes Richard Mueller: “Very well explained. Useful code to know and use. The link to the code in the script gallery should be in the References section rather than the See Also, as it is not a Wiki. I like the references.”
    Ed Price: “Interesting title! Great and clear write-up, and it features a number of helpful links to learn more on this topic of using Chrome on Windows. Thanks!”

    SYEDSHANU Getting Started with ASP.NET Core 1.0 RC2 and Angular2 Ed Price: “Wow! This is incredibly deep. Love the See Also link and Download link to the source code on TechNet Gallery! Great introduction and use of images. If you need a grammar pass, please ask people for help! Then check this history to see what tweaks were made.”
    Richard Mueller: “Detailed steps in this article, but I found the explanation hard to follow. The external links should be collected in an “Other Resources” section. Grammar needs work.”
     SharePoint 2010 / 2013 Technical Guru – July 2016 

    Amjad Khan SharePoint SharePoint Online: Create Site Columns, Content Type and Associate with Custom List or Library at site collection level using PowerShell and CSOM John Naguib: “Excellent article”
    Ed Price: “I love the diagrams, description at the top, and the download to the code! It would be good to break the long code block up into sections to explain what the code does more. Great formatting with Headers and the TOC!”

    Shantha Kumar T Work with host web data using PnP JS library in the SharePoint Hosted Add-In John Naguib: “Incredible to have such topic discussed, excellent”
    Ed Price: “Valuable scenario, great descriptions, and good use of images and code! It could benefit from a References section at the end with more resources to dig into.”

    Waqas Sarwar SharePoint 2016 Managing Alternate Access Mapping Using PowerShell (Real World Example) Ed Price: “Good use of a See Also section. This is very clear and easy to read! Includes kudos from Arleta in the comments (“Nice article. Thanks!”). It’s a great scenario that’s well written!”
    John Naguib: “Nice article”
     Small Basic Technical Guru – July 2016 

    Nonki Takahashi Small Basic: Sample Code Ed Price: “Very helpful resource for finding what you’re looking for! Thanks!”

    Deva Video: Installing, running Microsoft SmallBasic in Azure Cloud @ Azure DevTestLabs Ed Price: “Excellent video!”

    Nonki Takahashi Small Basic Sample: Directories Ed Price: “It’s cool to see how to do this. It would benefit from an explanation. Great See Also links!”
    Michiel Van Hoorn: “Interesting scripting possibility for OS file directories. Not sure if one should to this with Small Basic but it is at least possible.”

     SQL BI and Power BI Technical Guru – July 2016 

    Thomas LeBlanc Using a Lookup Component in SSIS PT: “Tom, you have the only entry this month so YOU WIN! Fortunately it’s also a good post with answers to commonly-asked questions about the SSIS Lookup transform. Thanks”
    Ed Price: “Fantastic explanations of each piece of the puzzle. Good use of images. This is common, and you go very deep with it. Thank you! It could be improved with Headers and a TOC. Great contribution!”
    Ronen Ariely: “Nice article. Can be very useful. Missing some important sections like Table of content, background or introduction, conclusions, and links to get more information. I recommend to follow articles templates.”

     SQL Server General and Database Engine Technical Guru – July 2016 

    Prashanth Jayaram SQL-Server(s)-Inventory-Excel-CSV-Console- Using PowerShell SMO and RMO Ronen Ariely: “Important issue! The reference links are missing titles.”

    Ed Price: “I love the Abstract and Pre-requisites (very important and very clear to have them listed like this). The Logic Flow diagram is also incredibly helpful! As are the use of images and the Conclusion. It would be good to break up the code and explain it (and host it on MSDN/TechNet Gallery). Great article!”


    Prashanth Jayaram How-To-Refresh-Multiple-sql-database(s)-Using-PowerShell Ronen Ariely: “Very useful script. TechNet Wiki is not a personal post, and articles should be written in 3rd person. There are links for references at the end, but no titles. The reader must click each link in order to know what they are.”

    Ed Price: “Fantastic job formatting this. The diagram in “DB Refresh Flow” is useful, but a little small. It would be good to have an image of the output earlier on. In the Code sections, it would be useful for the code to be broken into parts and then explained in depth. Then the full code could be on TechNet/MSDN Gallery and you could link to it. Great job on the code formatting and References (as Ronen mentions, it’s better to embed the URL in the title of the article). And I love the Restore and Conclusion sections!”

       System Center Technical Guru – July 2016 

      sridhar vishwanatham Override creation best practices: Explicit Group issues Ed Price: “Great write ups that explain the context and then dig into the process/solution! Could benefit from See Also and Reference sections at the end.”

      Nick Hogarth Configuration Manager 1606 – OMS Connector (preview feature) by Nick Hogarth Ed Price: “Great use of images as you lead the reader through the solution! Could benefit from Headers and a TOC. Just type in “[toc]” at the top to create the TOC. Good job on this article!”

       Transact-SQL Technical Guru – July 2016 

      Ronen Ariely SQL Server – Exposing masked data Samuel Lester: “Outstanding depth, thanks for the great detail on DDM strengths and limitations”
      Richard Mueller: “A great article describing a new feature. The code is well explained with detailed steps. Thanks!”

       Universal Windows Apps Technical Guru – July 2016 

      Santhakumar Munuswamy Introduction to HoloLens Ed Price: “A lot of depth and a great intro! Also good to have the Reference section at the end, and the images help provide context! Very important topic, and I’m glad we have this content on TechNet Wiki!”

      Ravindra Singh Chhabra Cortana Integration in Universal Windows Platform Apps Ed Price: “Great topic, great formatting, great use of code (including solid comments in the code), and good use of images, companion video, and code download! Great topic!”

      Timothé Larivière Compiled Binding for UWP – What’s new in the Anniversary Update? Ed Price: “Great formatting and use of code! Good to have a link at the end to the code. This article features a very lively conversation in the comments!”
       Visual Basic Technical Guru – July 2016 

      .paul. VB.Net OOP Address Book MR: “Amazing work! Thanks for submitting it!”
      Richard Mueller: “Great use of Wiki guidelines, with good images and code. We could use more references.”

       Visual C# Technical Guru – July 2016 

      SYEDSHANU ASP.NET Core 1.0 RC2 and Angular2 using WEB API Jaliya Udagedara: “This is fantastic. Loved seeing use of ASP.NET Core, Angular 2 along with TypeScript. And you can download the full sample code from TechNet Gallery, Perfect!”
      Ronen Ariely: “The article organized as step-by-step case study, which I love. it starts from prerequisites till the execution, and full project code attached. Well done! ”
      Carmelo La Monica: “Very great article in alla parts. Good code, Images and presentation.”

      Sandeep Shekhawat Relationship in Entity Framework Using Code First Approach With Fluent API  Jaliya Udagedara: “Well explained with the use of code snippets and images. And you can play around with the code after downloading the sample from TechNet Gallery!”
      Ronen Ariely: “Great article, very nice introduction, well formatted and well explains. The option to download the Code as project is always great advantage.”
      Carmelo La Monica: “Congrats for the topic. i don’t know Entity framework, this is good point for to start.”

      Karthik Elumalai Import-and-export-excel-files-into-varbinary-max-in-sql-server using C# Carmelo La Monica: “Great topic , great presentation and code C # related”
      Ronen Ariely: “Nice article. Missing source code link to download, missing explanations. missing “See also” section with some links. There is room for improvement.”
      Jaliya Udagedara: “Would love to see more explanations around the code.”
       Wiki and Portals Technical Guru – July 2016 

      Peter Geelen Wiki: Collection of Practical hints & tips for writing an article (from Wiki blog) Ronen Ariely: “very useful list of blog posts links.”
      Ed Price: “Oh boy, what a powerful resource! This is awesome!”
      Richard Mueller: “An amazing collection of links to valuable information. Having this sorted into categories makes it more useful.”

      SYED SHANU Wiki: Guidelines to write a good Article (meeting the expected quality) Ed Price: “A great collection of tips, and a robust set of See Also links!”
      Richard Mueller: “A good addition to the articles assisting new Wiki authors. A very good “See Also” section.”

      Peter Geelen Wiki: Portal or Survival guide? Ed Price: “Nice comparison and breakdown between the two!”
      Richard Mueller: “Great information and well explained. This helps clarify the difference between these important types of articles. Excellent use of the Wiki guidelines.”
       Windows PowerShell Technical Guru – July 2016 

      Prashanth Jayaram PowerShell- DiskSpaceGUI-Tool-MultiServer(s)-Grid-Email-Search-Features Richard Mueller: “Well explained with good images, code, and references. Lots of code. Could interesting or novel sections of the code be highlighted and futher explained? Perhaps the code should be in the script Gallery.”
      Ed Price: “Great descriptions. Could benefit from a formatting pass (font style, for example) and more of a breakdown of the code block so that you know what each part of the code does. Good use of images and good Conclusion. Great References section, but it might be good to embed the links in the titles of the articles so that we know what the articles are about a little better. Great contribution!”

      Arleta Wanat Powershell GridView to help with SharePoint data viewing Ed Price: “Good use of images and helpful article, but a little light in the explanations. Could use a See Also section with Wiki links.”
      Richard Mueller: “Interesting. We could use more explanation and references.”

      Maor Bracha Azure & Office365 Available and consumed licenses report for MS partners Ed Price: “This is a good topic, but it would be more valuable to include the code, breaking it down and explaining what it does. ”
      Richard Mueller: “We need more explanation of the code. Also, references and a “See Also” would help.”

       Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) Technical Guru – July 2016 

      Magnus (MM8) WPF: Enabling ClearType On a TextBox Ed Price: “Great wrhite-up and use of code! Could benefit from Headers and a TOC. Very helpful topic!”

       Windows Server Technical Guru – July 2016 

      Peter Geelen Best Practices for Internal AD Domain and Network Names Mark Parris: “Knowledge that all Active Directory Administrators need to know.”
      Richard Mueller: “Very well explained and a good addition to the Wiki in this category. I especially like the references.”
      JM: “This is a great article on naming conventions for AD, thanks for your contribution”

      Kia Zhi Tang (Ryen Tang) Nano Server: Deploying Python 3.x interpreter JM: “This is an excellent article on Python in Nano Server, thanks for your contribution”
      Mark Parris: “Good insights on Nano Server and Python Interpreter”
      Richard Mueller: “Great use of Wiki guidelines with good references and a great “See Also” section.”

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      Hi ,

      using FIMCM Provision API

      When Calling ExecuteOperation.Enroll(RequestId,CertificatRequest,PfXPassword,Comments) Method ,

      to submit request to CA server through Fimcm and return collection of Certificate throwing exception as  

      "The version of OLE on client to server does not match Microsoft.CLM.CertificateService.interop"

      re-checked DLL version in both Fimcm server ,Fimcm modules and CA server  all holds same version and with fim CM  webportal it works fine only when using fim CM  provision API its throwing this exception.

      if any suggestions or solution would be helpful



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      We have a requirement to read the FIM request's parameter in authorization workflow and use these parameters(Not all) in approval email notification in FIM. Is this doable? If yes, then how.

      Please note we have to read the target object's value and not the request's attributes.

      Manuj Khurana

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      Hi all, desperate for some assistance here.

      I have followed this chapter for importing User and Groups to MIM Portal from our own AD:

      But when I come to verify that the import was successful, there are no users or groups whatsoever when I go into the portal (No Items).

      I am installing MIM 2016 fresh install on one server in a new domain. I am trying to import users from separate OU's in active directory, is there anything I could be missing here?

      Example AD where users are located:

      CONTOSO.COM --> (OU) Company 1 --> (OU) Admin Team --> (OU) Users

      Do I need to explicitly specify where the users are for the AD Inbound Sync Rule, similarly to that shown in point 16. of theCreate the Group Synchronization Rule in TechNet article above?

      Hope someone can shed some light on this for me?



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      I'm using only the GALSYNC component of MIM 2016.

      There are 2 things I would like to achieve:

      1. update the displayname of a synced object.

      For example:

      The displayname of user object in forest A is 'ABC'.

      When it is synced to forest B, I want the displayname to show up as 'ABC (FixedString)'.

      2. update the targetaddress attribute in the destination forest. Note that the user object in source forest does not have the attribute populated.

      For example:

      user object ABC in forest A does not have the targetaddress attribute. The mail attribute is 

      When it is synced to forest B, I want the targetaddress attribute to be populated Note the additional domain component has to be added. 

      How would I go about doing the above?

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      Hi all;

      َAfter installing MIM 2016 Service and Portal, when I want to login to the following URL, the authentication window appears.


      When I provide the account that I have used for the entire installation process, the authentication process fails.

      Any ideas?


      Please VOTE as HELPFUL if the post helps you and remember to click “Mark as Answer” on the post that helps you, and to click “Unmark as Answer” if a marked post does not actually answer your question. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread.

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      Busy working through the PAM lab - and may I say this MS PAM solutions is so far, very user unfriendly...I dont see how end users are meant to fire off all these complex powershell scripts/cmdlets...(

      I have deployed the sample PAM web app as per: All the tests in the lab have passed, so when I navigate to the web site URL http://pamsrv.priv.contoso.local:8086/api/pamresources/pamroles/, a download does occur.

      When I connect to the URL:  http://pamsrv.priv.contoso.local:8086 as MIM Administrator, I get this error message: "

      HTTP Error 403.14 - Forbidden
      The Web server is configured to not list the contents of this directory."

      When I connect to the URL:  http://pamsrv.priv.contoso.local:8086 as Jen (the test user in the lab), I get this error message: "

      403 - Forbidden: Access is denied.
      You do not have permission to view this directory or page using the credentials that you supplied."

      Can someone please clarify what steps are missing from the Microsoft lab to actually see the Sample Web Application on http://pamsrv.priv.contoso.local:8086

      Thank you.

      PS. I really wish PAM was a lot more user friendly, and that there was more from Microsoft about PAM and how to configure it.

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    • 09/12/16--00:14: How is PAM supposed to work?
    • Hi,

      We're having trouble understanding how PAM is meant to work from an Administrator and End User perspective.

      There is this 'Sample Web Application' for PAM - what is this? who is meant to use this?

      There is also a PAM module in the MIM Portal - what is this and how is it different from the 'Sample Web Application'?

      Then there is the end-user...what do they need installed, what do they need to access in order to request AD Group membership?

      PAM is starting to look like another FIM/MIM type application, where everything has to be customized....

      thank u in advance.

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    • 09/12/16--22:07: Custom development
    • Hi,

      I am looking for information regarding how to create a custom mobile application for MIM 2016 Passport Self-Service. What is possible and any examples would be appreciated. Cannot find anything regarding MIM Service API. Looking to create a custom mobile application for a managed mobile devices providing password self-service for end users.



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      I have a simple question about FIM/MIM logic.

      I have a text file with such attributes:

      1.DEPID (Department ID, key)

      2.DEPOU (Department OU for location of objects)

      And Oracle DB with such attributes:

      1.UserID (key)

      2.DEPID (User department ID)

      3.DEPNAME (User department name)

      I want to join this attributes to one record in MV. How I can do it?



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      Hi! I'm trying to make group flow from AD to MIM by this guide:

      User's sync is working fine.

      I have a such flow in Portal, nothing unusual




      When I try to make Export from MIM MA I get such error: 

      Fault Reason: The request message contains errors that prevent processing the request.\r\n\r\nFault Details: <RepresentationFailures xmlns="" xmlns:xsi="" xmlns:xsd=""><AttributeRepresentationFailure><AttributeType>MembershipLocked</AttributeType><AttributeValue></AttributeValue><FailureMessage>Exception: RequiredValueIsMissing Target(s): 3590D756-165C-4F95-8117-0E59880DBA73
      Stack Trace: Microsoft.ResourceManagement.WebServices.Exceptions.InvalidRepresentationException: RequiredValueIsMissing
         at Microsoft.ResourceManagement.Utilities.ExceptionManager.ThrowException(Exception exception)
         at Microsoft.ResourceManagement.Data.Exception.DataAccessExceptionManager.ThrowException(SqlException innerException, TransactionAndConnectionScope scope)
         at Microsoft.ResourceManagement.Data.DataAccess.ProcessRequest(RequestType request)
         at Microsoft.ResourceManagement.ActionProcessor.ActionDispatcher.ProcessInputRequest(RequestType request)
         at Microsoft.ResourceManagement.WebServices.RequestDispatcher.ExecuteAction(RequestType request)
         at Microsoft.ResourceManagement.WebServices.RequestDispatcher.ExecuteAction[ResponseBodyType](RequestType request)
         at Microsoft.ResourceManagement.WebServices.RequestDispatcher.DispatchRequest[ResponseBodyType](RequestType request, Guid requestIdentifier, Object redispatchSingleInstanceKey, Boolean isRedispatch)
         at Microsoft.ResourceManagement.WebServices.RequestDispatcher.DispatchRequest[ResponseBodyType](RequestType request)
         at Microsoft.ResourceManagement.WebServices.ResourceManagementService.Create(Message request)</FailureMessage><AttributeFailureCode>RequiredValueIsMissing</AttributeFailureCode><AdditionalTextDetails>An attribute is required to complete the operation.</AdditionalTextDetails></AttributeRepresentationFailure><CorrelationId>b221a2b1-2fd6-463c-8f82-719b982cf826</CorrelationId></RepresentationFailures>

      I can't understand which attribute is needed.

      Any ideas?



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      I have a customer wanting to understand the capabilities and differences between MIM and the competing Oracle product (OAM). I've looked through all the blogs I can find and there doesn't seem to be anything that points to a simple comparative chart/matrix that can distinguish between the 2 products. 

      I'm hoping that somebody can point me in the right direction to find such an animal!  Any guidance would be greatly appreciated!

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      We have to define groups in FIM with criteria-based feature. Groups are "dynamically" provisionned by FIM when a special value of a user attribut is set.

      Ex : Groups for French people, with criteria based "Country = France".

      When a user is updated with the Country value of "France", groups is automatically updated.

      Very good.

      The problem is that we have to synchronize users and groups with an AD. We have configured sets, workflow and MPR for users, and when an update is done (manually or by FIM sync), an expected rule entry is created and with MV sync it is propagated to AD.

      But we wanted to have the same thing for groups. However, the dynamic update operated by FIM (following the user attribut set) is not "seen" as a request. So no ERE is created because the related MPR does'nt see the operation.

      How could we do to make the automatic update of a criteriad-based group trigger our MPR and so the AD update ?


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      Hi folks,

      I'm looking at moving from FIM 2010 R2 to MIM 2016 solely to move to being earlier in a mainstream support phase.

      Is there any worthwhile guidance on a side-by-side migration of just the Synchronisation Service from FIM 2010 R2 to MIM 2016? We do not run (or intend to run) any of the other bolt-on services such as the portal.

      Under the hood, I was a little disappointed to see that it still appears to be the same 2010 R2 engine - albeit with a minor build revision, but that does give me hope that I can port across things like the management agents and even the schema (though I doubt my process would be supported) with minimal effort (i.e. not having to re-create them by hand).

      Just to be clear, I'm not looking to bring across the data, just the management agent definitions and custom schema objects.

      I'm categorically not interested in performing an in-place upgrade.


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      Hello everyone,

      I am trying from yesterday to get the download link to Microsoft's"Hotfix Rollup Package (build 4.3.2195.0) for Microsoft Identity Manager but I still haven't received any email with the link whatsoever.

      I have tried several email addresses and networks. Even my colleagues have requested the hotfix but nothing came up to our emails. Also I added and as safe senders in my "Junk Email Options". But still nothing came up.

      So, I figured that most probably there is an issue with the link. Certainly it is a Microsoft issue. Does anyone else experienced this problem? I have talked also with a Microsoft professional but we haven't figured out what exactly is happening. The thing is that I need to export mail-enabled users to Exchange asap and to do so I need this hotfix.

      Thanks in advance,

      Kind regards,

      Stefania Dangila

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      I've seen one video on Access on Demands & Entitlements on Youtube for providing time based access to users. But I'm not able to find anything on how to add these features in the existing FIM Setup. Can anybody please help in adding them to FIM, or is there any other way of achieving time based access?

      FYI - The product is "Blue Athene product add-on for Forefront Identity Manager 2010"

      Manuj Khurana

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      Hi everyone,

      I have a problem when trying to apply the new hotfix, build 4.3.2195(KB3134725) to the FIMService. I receive the following error event ID 1024:

      "Product: Microsoft Identity Manager Service and Portal - Update 'MIM Service & Portal Hotfix KB 3134725' could not be installed. Error code 1603. Windows Installer can create logs to help troubleshoot issues with installing software packages"

      I have created an install log file to check what the error might be and to try to correct it. I found this lines that might indicate the error: 

      MSI (c) (FC:08) [12:38:53:847]: Turning off patch optimization. {646356E3-7FF6-4923-85F6-15F413E95F5B} patch is not authored to support it.
      MSI (c) (FC:08) [12:38:53:847]: Looking for patch transform: EVAL.1
      DEBUG: Error 2746:  Transform EVAL.1 invalid for package C:\Windows\Installer\16b1950.msi. Expected product {AB9663A3-2B61-44C7-8A64-358EC72934E6}, found product {0782FB14-023A-430F-B0D5-4AE1D1CCFCAA}.
      1: 2746 2: EVAL.1 3: C:\Windows\Installer\16b1950.msi 4: {AB9663A3-2B61-44C7-8A64-358EC72934E6} 5: {0782FB14-023A-430F-B0D5-4AE1D1CCFCAA}
      MSI (c) (FC:08) [12:38:53:847]: Skipping validation for patch transform #EVAL.1.  Will not apply because previous transform was invalid

      But I haven't found any suggestions as for how one could solve this. Has anyone experienced something similar? What could I do to solve it? The FIMSyncService.msp patch was installed without any error. So my FIMSyncService is now updated but my Fim portal is not. DIs it possible for the error to be related to SQL and access to the FIMService database?

      I would appreciate any help I can get!

      here is another part of the log that might imply the error:

      MSI (c) (FC:08) [12:38:54:832]: Transforming table Binary.
      MSI (c) (FC:08) [12:38:54:832]: Note: 1: 2262 2: Binary 3: -2147287038
      MSI (c) (FC:74) [12:38:54:832]: Invoking remote custom action. DLL: C:\Users\ADMINI~1.DEM\AppData\Local\Temp\2\MSICFB.tmp, Entrypoint: DetectServiceAccount
      CustomAction DetectServiceAccount returned actual error code 1603 (note this may not be 100% accurate if translation happened inside sandbox)
      Action ended 12:38:54: DetectServiceAccount. Return value 3.
      MSI (c) (FC:08) [12:38:54:863]: Doing action: FatalError
      Action 12:38:54: FatalError.
      Action start 12:38:54: FatalError.

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      Is PAM still in Beta?

      I have applied the latest MIM hotfix and have the PAM solution up and running and working just fine, however none of these cmdlets return positive results:

      • Test-PAMTrust returns 'FALSE'
      • Test-PAMDomainConfiguration returns 'The server is not operational'

      And as you may recall one of my previous posts, neither New-PAMTrust nor New-PAMDomainConfigurations worked, and I had to setup everything manually.


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      I am trying to use the option of "to all metaverse resources of this type" on an outbound synchronization rule in order to provision groups in AD MA, but the rule seems never triggered at all regardless of what I configure on the "Outbound system scoping filter" (I know about the empty value problem and I also use only string attributes as documented). This used to work with FIM 2010 R2.

      The traditional MPR/WKF method works well.

      What I tried was to change the "Outbound only" into "Inbound and outbound" without any effect on the outbound provisioning part. But the inbound part of the same rule works.

      No errors. Just no effect.


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