Monthly Archives: March 2012

FIM2010–Minimizing Requests Generated During Object Changes

One of the things I’ve noticed is that I’m not overly fond of is the sheer number of requests that are generated when I need to create flag attributes or other items that are done when a group is initialized … Continue reading

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CISSP Exam Results–Passed!!!!

I am really happy about hitting this mark. I spent a lot of time preparing and got through the exam. I have to admit, waiting almost the full six weeks for the results was agonizingly painful. I left the exam … Continue reading

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FIM 2010–Issues Setting DN Values using Calculated Strings

A colleague of mine was recently working on a problem where he wanted to create a DN in the declarative synchronization rules by using a string attribute value in the metaverse. The string value was created in the FIM Service … Continue reading

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FIM2010–Monitoring the Requests is Important!

Don’t forget when you’re working in your environment to validate the request log is being purged correctly. Failing to do so can certainly impact performance of the FIM environment as a whole. As an example, I have a complex environment … Continue reading

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