TechNet Article: How to Use PowerShell to Display the FIM Security Groups

TechNet Article: How to Use PowerShell to Display the FIM Security Groups

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Greetings from the field!

I've posted a PowerShell script you can run on the FIM Synchronization server to display the names of the FIM security groups:

 

How to Use PowerShell to Display the FIM Security Groups

 

The script will come in handy if the default FIM security group names were not used and nobody remembers the names of the groups.  FYI - The only supported method to modify these groups is to re-run the setup.  This is because we set permissions in DCOM, the registry and folders.

 

Best,

Jeff Ingalls

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  • You need to see more

  • Please be more specific on what additional items you would like to see and I will be happy to look into it.

  • I would like to see greater possibilities of administering permissions via PowerShell. I would like to automate tasks and quickly change permissions of a group. View only your profile is not enough for me. Could you give more information about this on TechNet Wiki or on your Blog ?

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