MIM WAL–Installation Guide Part 3

  This post is a continuation of  MIM WAL–Installation Guide Part 2 This is the 3rd part of the MIM WAL Installation Guide Series, and in this section we will take the newly compiled Solution Navigate to the location where you copied the Solution Folder, If you have not yet copied the Solution Folder yet…


MIM WAL–Installation Guide Part 2

  This post is a continuation of  MIM WAL–Installation Guide Part 1 Navigate to the location where you have the MIM WAL Source Code Open the Folder “ReferencedAssemblies” In this Folder we want to copy the System.Management.Automation.dll file Once the file is copied into this folder Now open the folder “4.1.3496.0” Now copy the following…


MIM WAL–Installation Guide Part 1

Installation of the MIM WAL can sometimes be problematic especially if you are just getting started or even just an armature developer. The objective of this post is to: 1. ) Help in the collection of all files needed to compile the Workflow Activity Library 2.) Prepare solution to be compiled 3.) Install the Workflow…


Management Agent Advanced Attribute Flows

  In this post we will discuss the Configuration of Attributes flows within a management agent to utilize an attached .dll . The assumption is you already have a Management Agent Created of some sort and now you wish to add advanced attribute flows which utilize a custom extension that is compiled as a .dll…


Understanding Joining

Update 1/19/2017 There are 3 ways to set up Join Logic for objects in the Connector Space of an MA to “Join” to objects in the Metaverse. 1st. Direct Join on the MA , configured on the MA within the properties and by selecting “Join and Projection”, yes this is the same section you would…


Rules Extensions – Basic MV Extensions

In continuation of our Rules Extensions series we will begin to look at the MV Extension or rather the Metaverse Extension. no matter how you get the attributes into the Metaverse, either Direct Attribute Flows, via on the MA itself or using Sync Rules or even more complex attribute flows using an MA rules extension…


Management Agent Configuration – Part 4: Delimited Text File Management Agent

This is Part 4 in a series of commonly used management agents. In Part 1 we looked at configuration of an Active Directory Management Agent (ADMA); in Part 2 we looked at the configuration of the FIM Service Management Agent (FIMMA), and in Part 3 we looked at the configuration of a Microsoft SQL Management…

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Management Agent Configuration – Part 3: SQL Management Agent

This is the third part in a series dealing with basic configuration of commonly used management agents. In Part 1 we looked at configuration of an Active Directory Management Agent (ADMA), and in Part 2 we looked at the configuration of the FIM Service Management Agent (FIMMA). With this post, we’ll take a look at…

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Management Agent Configuration–Part 2: FIM Service Management Agent

This is the second post in a series on management agent configuration. In Part 1, I covered configuration of an Active Directory management agent. In this post, I’d like to step through the FIM Service Management Agent (FIMMA). While you don’t necessarily have to have a FIMMA, you cannot move data between the Portal and…

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Management Agent Configuration – Part 1: Active Directory Management Agent

Hey party people – long time, no see! You may have noticed (or maybe you didn’t) that I took a hiatus from blogging for a while. Well I’m back and kicking off my return with another post series, this time about management agents. Although eventually I’d like to cover the configuration of all commonly used…

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