July, that time of the year where Microsoft MVPs are impatiently waiting on the outcome of the annual Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional) renewal process. This year we all received a notification on the 1st of July, but not the one we were all expecting.… keep reading
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.
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
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
Jan 28, 2020 Also see ChatOps for Azure Active Directory
A Bot or ChatOps for Microsoft Identity Manager is something I’ve had in the back of my mind for just over two years. More recently last year I did build the Voice Assistant for Microsoft Identity Manager as a submission for an IoT Hackathon.… keep reading
Spoiler / TL DR; The Microsoft Identity Manager Sync Server HResult 0x80040E14 Error is associated with lack of available resources in your Microsoft Identity Manager environment.
Sizing servers for a Microsoft Identity Manager implementation gets easier the more you do it.… keep reading
In a Microsoft Identity Manager development environment, I had just defined a series of rules and was keen to export a large number of users to the MIM Service. I was pretty confident that I’d done everything correct however it was clear very quickly that something was wrong.… keep reading