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TROUBLESHOOTING: AD LDS Provisioning: unexpected-error with No Such Attribute ( en-US )
TROUBLESHOOTING: AD LDS Provisioning: unexpected-error with No Such Attribute ( en-US ): http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/11517.troubleshooting-ad-lds-provisioning-unexpected-error-with-no-such-attribute-en-us.aspx
6 Jun 2012
Migrating from MIIS or ILM to FIM 2010
It seems more and more are upgrading from there builds of IIFP/MIIS/ILM and going to FIM 2010. Here is a document that should assist in migrating to FIM 2010. Migrating from MIIS or ILM to FIM 2010: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/migrating-from-miis-or-ilm-to-fim-2010.aspx#_Toc297155764
23 Aug 2011
MIIS/ILM/FIM Versions of SQL Server as backend
A fairly common question to support is can I use this build of SQL with my build of ILM. Yes, FAQ may answer some of this, or System Requirements, but normally it is more specific than that, so I with my team have created this document to help out. What version of SQL Server for the backend. http...
23 Aug 2011
GalSync creates contacts that are not seen in the GAL
This is a known issue, and also is a common issue that support receives. During my last call on this topic, I was asked about the permissions needed to run the Get-MailContact. You can find my write up on this topic here .
16 Aug 2011
Full Import (Stage Only) causes FIM Synchronization Service (miiserver.exe) to crash
Recently, I was working an issue where I experienced the FIM Synchronization Service crashing. The resolution ultimately ended up to delete the connector space. However, here is the write up on it. Full Import (Stage Only) causes FIM Synchronization Service (miiserver.exe) to crash : http://social...
12 Aug 2011
Things to think about when deleting a connector space
Recently, I was working an issue where we had to delete the connector space. Easy, right! Well, yes and no! There are a few things to think about when deleting a connector space. Are you deleting just the connector space? Are you deleting the Management Agent and Connector Space? Are you...
12 Aug 2011
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