Monthly Archives: January 2013

Upgrading to FIM 2010 R2 Service Pack 1

Today, I updated my FIM 2010 R2 sandbox environment to service pack 1. Updating FIM Sync and the FIM Portal was very easy. This can be done by either using Windows Update (which sees this as an important update) and … Continue reading

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Whatever you do: don’t use ‘function’ as the name of your attribute.

I’ve seen before that you should be very careful in choosing the naming of attributes in your management agent configuration. Choosing the wrong name could result in unexpected behavior. For instance: if you choose ‘Function’ as an attribute name, it … Continue reading

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Export and delete the FIM Sync run history using powershell

I know, this sounds rather old: Searching the web for a powershell script that deletes the run history has plenty of hits. Then again, I haven’t really found a script that does exactly what I want, so I combined a … Continue reading

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FIM R2 and BHOLD Suite Service Pack 1

Just a quick update on my entry about the bug in BHOLD Suite concerning permission deprovisioning. I mentioned that Service Pack 1 would contain a fix for this issue. Yesterday,¬†Andreas Kjellman announced that Service Pack 1 is released. This is … Continue reading

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Interesting bug in Microsoft BHOLD Suite concerning permission deprovisioning

While working on a BHOLD implementation, I found an interesting bug: If you’re getting to know BHOLD, you’ll soon find out that it consists out of (among others) these object types: User; An employee in your organization, mostly imported to … Continue reading

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Microsoft BHOLD Suite Logging

For the last couple of weeks, I started to work with Microsoft BHOLD suite. If you’re new to the product, you’ll soon find out that the logging of the BFSS and BFPC services is a good starting point in trying … Continue reading

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