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  • Blog Post: One DRE and a large shake to go...

    For those of you who have used ILM "2" Beta 3, you have probably used in some form the new codeless provisioning functionality included within it. There is a ton of functionality encapsulated within this one area, and one of the less-talked about and centrally important pieces of this functionality is...
  • Blog Post: ILM "2" also comes as a hybrid...

    For those of you who are MIIS / ILM 2007 pros, when seeing the Codeless Provisioning functionality one of the first questions that comes to mind is "can I use my existing rules extension in ILM "2"?". Of course. At a basic level, with ILM "2" RC, you can take an existing ILM 2007 deployment and...
  • Blog Post: Greetings!

    This is us! We're Nima Ganjeh, and Bobby Gill, two Program Managers working on Microsoft's Identity Lifcycle Manager "2" product. We started this blog to serve as a resource to all of you for both learning about how the product works as well how to use ILM to solve specific scenarios. Topics will...
  • Blog Post: The Mysteries of the ILM Management Agent Uncovered:

    One of the many changes we made across the ILM to support the new declarative synchronization and provisioning concepts (aka 'codeless provisioning') was with the ILM Management Agent (hence forth referred to as ILM MA) configuration experience. While at first glance the ILM MA may walk like, look...
  • Blog Post: Dependencies - not just for avoiding taxes!

    What's our name again? Whoa, new product name! For those of you who have been chasing butterflies for the past month, what was once known to us as Identity Lifecycle Manager "2" is now called Forefront Identity Manager. I know, it's not the sexiest name in the world and is probably the 5th different...
  • Blog Post: Extending ILM "2" to manage and provision computer objects

    One topic for ILM “2” that came up repeatedly at TechEd IT Pro North America this year was extensibility. Specifically, many customers asked how the system can be configured to manage an arbitrary resource, enabling them to apply policies to and provision any resource they care about. To demonstrate...
  • Blog Post: Custom expressions in advanced attribute flows

    If you are at the point where you're comfortable with using the functions and various options in attribute flow creation, I'd like to introduce you to a really cool feature to add some efficiency and extra capabilities to your attribute flow creation: Custom Expressions. The synchronization rule designer...