As I mentioned in a recent post I’ve recently dived back into Microsoft Identity Manager. The focus of this post is some development I recently did to build a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations Management Agent for Microsoft Identity Manager.… keep reading
Using the new Granfeldt FIM/MIM PowerShell Management Features
Last week Søren Granfeldt released the first update to his hugely popular Granfeldt FIM/MIM PowerShell Management in over 2 years. This post looks at the latest release and using the new Granfeldt FIM/MIM PowerShell Management Features.
The new features are:
- A new option to specify an auxiliary set of credentials that is passed to scripts.
Sending Granfeldt PowerShell Management Agent Events to the Windows Application Event Log
It has been a while since I wrote a Microsoft Identity Manager or even a Granfeldt PowerShell Management Agent related post. Primarily because it has been quite some time since I have done any development for MIM. The last few weeks though I have, and I wanted to output PowerShell Management Agent Events to the Windows Application Event Log.… keep reading
Multi-Threading Granfeldt PowerShell Management Agent Imports
As I’m sure you are familiar (with my many posts on the topic), the Granfeldt PowerShell Management Agent is extremely flexible. When used to integrate Microsoft Identity Manager with modern REST API’s it is easy to retrieve pages of results from a REST API and process the objects through the Management Agent.… keep reading
A Rudimentary RACF Management Agent for Microsoft Identity Manager
A RACF Management Agent for Microsoft Identity Manager ? Isn’t there one in the box? No. Host Integration Management Agents were deprecated when Microsoft released Forefront Identity Manager as the successor to Identity Lifecycle Manager (ILM). I understand it was partly due to lack of demand for the integration, and the reliance on Host Integration Server (HIS) along with the move in operating system support 32-bit (in ILM) to 64-bit (in FIM).… keep reading
Microsoft Identity Manager PowerShell Management Agent for Oracle Internet Directory
Why a FIM/MIM PowerShell Management Agent for Oracle Internet Directory? Why not just use the Generic LDAP Connector for Microsoft Identity Manager? I needed an integration solution that was able to update an Oracle Database behind Oracle Internet Directory. That meant I required a solution that was able to use LDAP to get visibility as to who/what was in OID, but then make updates into an Oracle DB.… keep reading
SailPoint IdentityNow Governance Groups Management Agent for Microsoft Identity Manager
Last week I posted a SailPoint IdentityNow Roles Management Agent for Microsoft Identity Manager. Today I’m posting a sister for it, an IdentityNow Governance Groups Management Agent.
I’ve posted about Governance Groups before. See Managing SailPoint IdentityNow Governance Groups via the API with PowerShell.… keep reading
SailPoint IdentityNow Roles Management Agent for Microsoft Identity Manager
This is the first post in a series where I will provide a number of base-level Management Agents for Microsoft Identity Manager to integrate with SailPoint IdentityNow. Whilst the two products have areas of competing/equivalent functionality there are other aspects where integration of the two compliment each other.… keep reading
Granfeldt PowerShell Management Agent Schema HRESULT: 0x80231343 Error
Yesterday I was modifying the Schema configuration on a Granfeldt PowerShell Management Agent on a Microsoft Identity Manager 2016 SP1 Server.
I was changing the Anchor attribute for a different attribute and on attempting to refresh the schema or view the configuration I got the following error;
Unable to retrieve schema.… keep reading
Using Invoke-WebRequest calls within a Granfeldt PowerShell MA for Microsoft Identity Manager
If you use PowerShell extensively you should be familiar with the Invoke-RestMethod cmdlet and the ability for PowerShell to call API’s and receive information. The great thing about Invoke-RestMethod is the inbuilt conversion of the results to PowerShell Objects. However there are times when you need the raw response (probably because you are trying to bend things in directions they aren’t supposed to be; story of many of my integrations).… keep reading