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Keeping Track of Attribute History in the Forefront Identity Manager (FIM) Sync Engine

Posted by CSS Technical Team on Apr 25, 2011 11:06:00 AM

Recently, one of our clients had a scenario that required them to keep track of the proxyAddresses attribute history between two Microsoft Active Directory (AD) domains. Since FIM Sync Service doesn’t retain any history of attribute values (as simply a state-based synchronization engine), this required a bit of thought and planning.

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Topics: Microsoft Active Directory AD, Microsoft Security Partner, Microsoft Exchange, Identity Management, Synchronization, Microsoft FIM, Exchange Provisioning, Blog

Delegating Exchange provisioning with FIM

Posted by Rex Wheeler on Apr 7, 2011 4:00:47 AM

I thought I would kick off my entries in our new company blog with a description of the project that lead to CSS winning Microsoft’s prestigious “2010 Core Infrastructure Solutions, Identity & Security Partner of the Year.”

The project involved an interesting use of the Forefront Identity Manager (FIM) synchronization engine to provide delegated Exchange provisioning. My hope in describing this project is to provide an example and maybe inspiration as to what you can use FIM to accomplish.

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Topics: Microsoft Active Directory AD, Microsoft Security Partner, Microsoft Exchange, Identity Management, Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager, Microsoft FIM, Exchange Provisioning, Blog

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