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    We are in MIIS migration project.

    I backuped MIIS SQLDB and restored to MIIS test environment.

    I tried to csexport some AD_MA which has about 22000 objects but it is incredibly slow.

     MIIS test environment is 8 core CPU and 12 GB memory but,  it is very slow and CPU usage is also low(1%,2%) memory usage is high.(9.6GB) by task manager .

    How could I improve that ? 


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    Hi,

    i'm a complete newbie to many of the topics in my question so for that i do apologise. In the absence of an architect familiar with portal / security / web design i've been asked to give a brief overview of what UAG / FIM is in relation to my organization building a portal (to be used by 'external' users to access various functionality such as interacting with workflow steps, submitting files, receiving documents etc.).  For workflow I have suggested a product, and pointed out that we would need developement time to set up a suite of workflows on said product.  We would also need to allow for installation / setup of said product.  For the portal itself, i'm envisaging a website onto which users can log on and once logged on can browse to whatever area they need to use.  What i'm not clear on is what UAG / FIM's role in this is.  If the website was developed in, say, ASP.Net woudl it be a case of the ASP.Net code calling UAG / FIM at the logon screen to authenticate? Or would UAG / FIM provide a wizard to build a logon page or...what?

    Thanks!!!


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    Hi -

    I'm able to login to BHOLD with Service account after installation but I'm trying to figure out how to create a user in BHOLD to provide access to BHOLD Suite for other Users.. does it allow to do? as of now I'm in the process of creating MA for BHOLD no users has been exported from FIM Sync Service to BHOLD yet.

    Any suggestions..

    Thanks


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  • 08/08/13--07:58: Deprovisioning from FIM
  • Hello, 

    i want to able deleting users in FIM portal, but these users should not be deleted in AD but moved in another OU ! 

    someone have an idea ? 

    Regards


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    I need to synchronize users from AD to FIM service but i keep getting the error "failed modification via web services " and i think that's because i'm missing the value of the domain

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    [Troubleshooting] extension-unexpected-attribute-value: mv-deletion: msExchDynamicDistributionL

    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/19034.troubleshooting-extension-unexpected-attribute-value-mv-deletion-msexchdynamicdistributionl.aspx


    Tim Macaulay Security Identity Support Team Support Escalation Engineer


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    Hello All,

    I got a chance to lead the project of migrating the oracle directory server enterprise edition database to Active directory  ..... we wanted to move oracle to AD for cost cuttings....

    We have already Active directory application is in place .... but some applications are using oracle directory server with large custom schema around 300 attributes and 150 objectclasses and 1000 LDAP groups and 2500 nsroles ..

    As a the process of moving .. i have identified the following things should take care ...

    1)password policies

    2)schema (custom schema)

    3) Group migration

    4) Migrating the ACI's permissions

    5) Migrating the roles ...

    6) Adding the more attributes to already existing users.

    7) Migrate the applications from LDAP ..

     oracle directory server is running on NON-SSL .. so i believe .. cert migration is not necessary ...

    What's my question is ....  is this the process enough for migration ...

    and How can we migrate the data in simplest way ??

    Does Active Directory supports  .... nsrole ??? how to move the nroles data base and where to ???

    Can we move the  static and dynamic groups in to security groups ???

    Please suggest me with your valuable inputs ..

    I am expecting a quick reply from you guys as i have short period of time ... for project kick off ...

    By the way we have FIM is in place to migrate the missing  users information ....

    Thanks,Rakesh


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    Hello All,

    I got a chance to lead the project of migrating the oracle directory server enterprise edition database to Active directory  ..... we wanted to move oracle to AD for cost cuttings....

    We have already Active directory application is in place .... but some applications are using oracle directory server with large custom schema around 300 attributes and 150 objectclasses and 1000 LDAP groups and 2500 nsroles ..

    As a the process of moving .. i have identified the following things should take care ...

    1)password policies

    2)schema (custom schema)

    3) Group migration

    4) Migrating the ACI's permissions

    5) Migrating the roles ...

    6) Adding the more attributes to already existing users.

    7) Migrate the applications from LDAP ..

     oracle directory server is running on NON-SSL .. so i believe .. cert migration is not necessary ...

    What's my question is ....  is this the process enough for migration ...

    and How can we migrate the data in simplest way ??

    Does Active Directory supports  .... nsrole ??? how to move the nroles data base and where to ???

    Can we move the  static and dynamic groups in to security groups ???

    Please suggest me with your valuable inputs ..

    I am expecting a quick reply from you guys as i have short period of time ... for project kick off ...

    By the way we have FIM is in place to migrate the missing  users information ....

    Thanks,Rakesh


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    I am performing an Exchange migration to a resource forest using Linked Mailboxes. After the mailbox has been migrated the mailbox user remains as a mail enabled user. After the next GALSync is performed the new Linked Mailbox is synched back to the account forest as a Mail Contact. So now a contact and a mail enabled user exists creating a duplicate, which causes issues.

    Another forum thread details the problem, and advised that it was able to resolve this by modifying the galysnc.dll

    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/exchange/en-US/d0a27eb9-451d-450c-b887-488f68de3fbb/fim-2010-galsync-with-preparemoverequestps1#8b69684f-cc88-4039-9ef5-fc1b5df8e5ac

    Does anyone know how to go about doing this? The forum thread was quite old and I am not sure if the person will respond.


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    Hello pips!

    Does`s anybody know if it is possible to have the PeoplePicker show another attribute then DisplayName when you have selected a object?

    I don`t use DisplayName on the given objecttype, and therefore the list is "empty" even though I selected one.


    Regards, Remi www.iamblogg.com


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

    http://blogs.technet.com/b/wikininjas/archive/2013/08/11/technet-guru-awards-july-2013.aspx

     

    Congratulations to all our new Gurus for July! We will be interviewing and highlighting their achievements, as the month unfolds.

     

    Post your AUGUST contributions here:

    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/18844.technet-guru-contributions-august-2013.aspx

     

    Below is a copy of the July winners. The last column being a few of the comments from the judges.

     

    Guru Award  BizTalk Technical Guru - July 2013  

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    Steef-Jan Wiggers Provisioning BizTalk Services using the Windows Azure Management Portal Mandi Ohlinger: "Great topic! The screen shots make it easy to follow. Including the MakeCert.exe syntax is a good bonus."
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    Steef-Jan Wiggers BizTalk Server 2013: Sign and verifying a message Peter Laker: "Lots of detail. Nice layout."
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    Silver Award Winner

     

    Stefan Bauer Get "Modified" and "Modified By" information from a view in a list or library Ed Price: "It's a common request. Your solution is simple and straightforward. The comments are also revealing as to how useful this is. As Matthew says, "Handy bit of code." Great job!"

    Bronze Award Winner

     

    Rahul A Shinde SharePoint 2013: How to get Following and Followers of user using JSOM or JavaScript Jinchun Chen: "Cool. "
    Ed Price: "Interesting topic, great code snippets, and as Gitanjali says in the comments, "Very useful""

    Guru Award  Small Basic Technical Guru - July 2013  

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    Nonki Takahashi Small Basic: Shapes Editor RZ: "This is an amazing program. Nonki deserves to be the winner!"
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    Guru Award  SQL Server Analysis Services, PowerPivot Technical Guru - July 2013  

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    Paul Turley We’ve Got The Power: “Power BI”, New Microsoft BI Suite Announced Ed Price: "Given the new launch of the Power BI brand, there was a huge opportunity to write a great article on what this new suite looks like, and Paul nailed it! In the comments, Naomi, Dplotnikov, Kishhr, and I all agreed that this is a fantastic article!"

    Silver Award Winner

     

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    Bronze Award Winner

     

    Paras Doshi Custom Calculations for Invoice & Returns using PowerPivot DAX formula Ed Price: "This is an important DAX scenario that Paras walks you through. "

    Guru Award  SQL Server Reporting Services, Power View, & SQL Server Integration Services Technical Guru - July 2013  

    Gold Award Winner

     

    SathyanarrayananS SSRS - Multi Font Color / Multi Font Size within Single Field / Textbox Peter Laker: "Most useful of the two for me."
    Ed Price: "Very common scenario. The code and comments help walk us through it. Good job!"

    Silver Award Winner

     

    Shanky_621 How to Transfer Records from SQL Server to Postgres Peter Laker: "Excellent article. Very close second."
    Ed Price: "Another useful article! Good detail."

    Guru Award  Transact-SQL Technical Guru - July 2013  

    Gold Award Winner

     

    Naomi N T-SQL: Gaps and Islands Problem Richard Mueller: "Good explanation with great references."
    Samuel Lester: "Great scope, content, background info, references, and solution! In my opinion, the perfect scope for a wiki article. I also love that it references a question posed by the SQL Server community. "
    Peter Laker: "Very useful snippet"
    DB: "This is a good summary of a topic that's been well covered in the referenced authorities."

    Silver Award Winner

     

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    DB: "This is substantial, novel and important."
    Richard Mueller: "Advanced topic with lots of code. "
    Samuel Lester: "Amazing level of detail! This article will be extremely useful for people with a similar problem, but it almost borders on the verge of too specific for this wiki/editable forum. Would be spectacular as a blog entry as it is so incredibly detailed and full of useful content."

    Guru Award  Visual Basic Technical Guru - July 2013  

    Gold Award Winner

     

    Reed Kimble How to Handle a Huge Collection of Strings in VB.Net MR: "Extremely well written article. Great details about tradeoffs of memory vs. performance. "
    Ed Price: "It looks fantastic and is easy to read. Great introductions/explanations for each code snippet!"
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    SB: "A nice article which details a problem, identifies a solution and gives credible numbers in the summary to show the performance improvement. The code is simple to understand and deals with a number of issues."
    Anthony D. Green: "I love how the author introduces the text with several practical examples of where such a technique might be valuable. Good coverage of implementing the .NET collection pattern and a more performant alternative to linear search."

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    MR: "Great article. Could use more structure and formatting. Maybe trying to do too much? Article should try and teach, not just talk about the code"
    Ed Price: "So this is just hilarious. It's fun, and it has great interactions in the comments. From the Thinker: "Good article! I tried the code sample it was great!"
    Richard Mueller: "Amazing. Detailed explanation. Perhaps we didn't need information on namespaces."
    SB: "The article was good"

    Bronze Award Winner

     

    The Thinker Binary and Back Anthony D. Green: "Short and sweet. This article concisely covers a valuable beginner."
    SB: "Simple small article - straightforward and too the point. basic level but these are often what are asked on the forums and addresses the point."
    Ed Price: "I'm a big fan of geeky binary, so it's fantastic to see this! And I love the video reference at the end! Very entertaining!"
    Richard Mueller: "Good explanation of very basic functions."

    Guru Award  Visual C# Technical Guru - July 2013  

    Gold Award Winner

     

    Jaliya Udagedara Connecting to SSAS Cube using Silverlight CW: "Link to "asynchronous operations in wcf" is dead, but he article is nice"
    Christian Lukito: "Nice article about Silverlight, WCF and SSAS"
    Ed Price: "A fantastic solution that's presented well!"

    Silver Award Winner

     

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    Guru Award  Windows Phone Technical Guru - July 2013  

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    Senthil Kumar (isenthil) Location API in Windows Phone 8 JS: "Best written and most complete"
    Ed Price: "This is a very well rounded article. It would be perfect with even more explanations around the various concepts. Good fix by Isenthil from feedback in the comments!"

    Silver Award Winner

     

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    Ed Price: "An important topic from Lohith with good explanations. As Nitesh says in the comments: "Nice and Easy, Lohith!""

    Bronze Award Winner

     

    Ken Tucker How to use Sqlite with a Windows Phone 8 app JS: "Nice, but not enough documentation"
    Ed Price: "Good code formatting. The images are helpful. It could use more explanations and details for each step."

    Guru Award  Windows Store Apps Technical Guru - July 2013  

    Gold Award Winner

     

    Ken Tucker Create an Analog Clock in a Windows Store Application RC: "Clocks are a classic Xaml demo!"
    Ed Price: "This is a great topic! "

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    Jaliya Udagedara Tasks Window in Visual Studio 2013 Preview Ed Price: "Good use of images to visually explain the Tasks Window."

    Bronze Award Winner

     

    Jaliya Udagedara Windows Store App with a SQLite Database RC: "Nice clearly written intro to using SQLite."
    Ed Price: "Great introduction and good use of images and well-formatted code."


    Guru Award  WPF Technical Guru - July 2013  

    Gold Award Winner

     

    Magnus MM8 (Magnus Montin) WPF/MVVM: Binding the IsChecked property of a CheckBox to several other CheckBoxes AN: "Very detailed, nice images, excellent explanations"
    Ed Price: "Strong introduction and good explanations for each code snippet. Terrific!"

    Silver Award Winner

     

    XAML guy (Peter Laker) WPF Data, Item and Control Templates - Minimum code, maximum awesome AN: "Love the animated gif/video. Great introduction to WPF"
    Ed Price: "Good workflow and the animated GIF is great!  Great article!"

    Bronze Award Winner

     

    Gaurav Khanna Editable Button in WPF AN: "Nice code dump. Would like a little more explanation."
    Ed Price: "It's a good solution"

    Guru Award  Forefront Identity Manager Technical Guru - July 2013  

    Gold Award Winner

     

    Ike Ugochuku FIM 2010 R2: HowTo - Bulk import of attributes flow rules into Synchronization Rule in the Portal Peter Laker: "Excellent article"
    Ed Price: "It's great that you thought of the Prerequisites section."

    Silver Award Winner

     

    Ike Ugochuku FIM 2010 R2: HowTo - Make a connection to Oracle Database 11g Peter Laker: "Very close second. Nice layout and content."
    Ed Price: "Good formatting. The steps could be introduced more and given numbers. More explanations would help. Great job!"

    Guru Award  SQL Server Database Engine Technical Guru - July 2013  

    Gold Award Winner

     

    pituach Shrink SQL Database during Restore Peter Laker: "Excellent article, lots of detail."
    Ed Price: "The case study section and strong explanations help bring this article to the top... not to mention a fantastic subject! Great job!"

    Silver Award Winner

     

    Uwe Ricken SQL Server: No Fragmentation in HEAP from INSERT / UPDATE Peter Laker: "Nice tip, well presented code."
    Ed Price: "A great solution with well-formatted code, and well-placed images. If it included more explanations, it would be perfect. A very good article!"

    Bronze Award Winner

     

    rksqldba SQL VDI Backups fail with Error 9001 Peter Laker: "Nice copy in from forum help. Just what we need."
    Ed Price: "This is a good, straightforward solution."

    A great big thank you to EVERYONE who contributed an article to last month's competition.

    Hopefully we will see you ALL again in this month's listings?

     

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

     

    Best regards,
    Pete Laker

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    Would like to know how to enforce password policy restrictions for FIM SSPR on windows 2003 R2 or 2003 PDC


    shakti


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  • 08/12/13--08:35: Attribute precedence
  • FIMMA has  value for firstName attribute. I have 2 other MA's flowing values to firstname in metaverse. MA1 with higheset precedence and MA2 with 2nd and FIMMA, the least. If both the MA1 and MA2 are disconnected, wouldn't the firstname be going back to what FIM had previously?

    In my testing, I could see the last connected CS value is retained. Please help.

    Thanks!


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    Hi,

    I am in the process of porting a ECMA 1.0 MA to ECMA 2.2.

    The existing implementation needs to lookup certain values of the object that is being exported, the attributes however do not necessarily change. For example the CSentry has a ID value in connector space that is needed in certain update operations in the target system and that ID value is not the DN. With ECMA 1.0 the ExportEntry method can easily access all attributes of the CSEntry object as this object contains all relevant entries. With ECMA 2.0 that is not the case, the CSentryChange object contains only the changed attributes of the connector.

    How is one supposed to access attributes of CSEntry objects during export if these do not change in the same operation?

    Best regards

    Steffen


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  • 08/12/13--10:39: SSPR unsucessfull attempt
  • Hi All,

    Can anyone please suggest me for the below question.

    How to get the unsucessfull password reset attempt on AD using FIM or any other supported custom development.?

    How to get no of attempt of unsucessfull/ wrong answer of security question during the SSPR using FIM?

    Thanks

    Harry


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    Hello,

    We are an educational instituiton currently attempting to provision the Password Reset and Registration portals so that they can be used by Online students who are obviously not domain members or on a campus.

    The reset portal is working just fine as it is Anonymous Auth and I would like to have some way to use a form to authenticate from the outside for remote students to get to the registration portal without having to have students enter "domain\username" and "password". And then at the point to have to enter the password again.

    What is the suggested or preferred way to accomplish this? TMG/UAG?

    Thanks for your time,

    Seth Mall

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    Recently, migrated from a mixed Exchange 2003/2010 environment to fully Exchange 2010. The issue is how to re-configure THE FIM GALYSYNC Management Agent to detect Exchange 2010 vice Exchange 2003. Tried reconfigure the MA to detect Exchange 2010, but every time it is saved and re-opened it is still detecting Exchange 2003 instead of Exchange 2010. 

    Does anyone know how to possibly reconfigure the Management Agent without having to rebuild form scratch.


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    Hi.

    i'm trying to use the FIM PowerShell Workflow Activity from CodePlex, but cannot get the Transcript-command working

    Start-Transcript -Path C:\FIM\PowerShell\log.txt -Append
    Stop-Transcript

    This gives a PostProsessing error

    EXCEPTION DATA\r\n\r\nMESSAGE: Exception of type 'Microsoft.ResourceManagement.Workflow.WorkflowExtensionException' was thrown.\r\n\r\n**METHOD:System.Workflow.ComponentModel.ActivityExecutionStatus Execute(System.Workflow.ComponentModel.ActivityExecutionContext)\r\n\r\n**METHOD:System.Workflow.ComponentModel.ActivityExecutionStatus Execute(T, System.Workflow.ComponentModel.ActivityExecutionContext)\r\n\r\n**METHOD:System.Workflow.ComponentModel.ActivityExecutionStatus Execute(System.Workflow.ComponentModel.Activity, System.Workflow.ComponentModel.ActivityExecutionContext)\r\n\r\n**METHOD:Boolean Run(System.Workflow.ComponentModel.IWorkflowCoreRuntime)\r\n\r\n**METHOD:Void Run()\r\n\r\n
    ------------------------------------------------------------

    Any ideas why? Other scripts works perfectly.




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  • 08/13/13--04:40: OTP Password Reset
  • Hello,

    I want to know if is it possible to use only SMS OTP without Q/A challenge ? 

    Thanks


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    Hi,

    I've set up FIM 2010 R2 (4.1.3451.0) on Windows Server 2012 according to the documentation included in the connector. Now when I try to import the included server configuration (4 – Configuring the FIM Synchronization Service, Step 1 - Load the Server Configuration) I get the following error message:

    Preparing existing metaverse configuration for update starting...
        An error was encountered while trying to update the metaverse configurations.
        E_MMS_UNSUPPORTED_SCHEMA_UPDATE
    Error encountered trying to prepare the existing metaverse configuration.
    Server configuration import FAILED.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks,
    Klaus

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