Monthly Archives: February 2014

FIM2010–Removing a Pending Deletion from a Datasource

Recently I was working on testing some code with my team and we realized that there were unexpected deletes occurring in the connector space for the Active Directory MA. The problem was these accounts shouldn’t be deleted and therefore, we … Continue reading

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A Question of Attestation

I have been in and out of a lot of clients where there is much discussion about attestation. The question is, how do they define attestation and how does it apply to their needs? In many cases, I am seeing … Continue reading

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FIM2010–Getting Accurate Run Statistics using WMI

I was recently working on an email body that was being sent to a client when his sync schedule ran during the day. The run script that I had created captured the statistics that the WMI object provided. So, I … Continue reading

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FIM2010–Sync Engine Oddities

The other day I was working with a coworker and doing some previews of objects that were going through a change of state. The state change from the data source involves a new record being added and an old record … Continue reading

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