Deprovisioning In-Depth: Part 3 – Deletions

This is the third and final post in my series on deprovisioning. In case you missed them, check out post one (regular disconnectors) and post two (explicit disconnectors). In this post, I’ll be discussing deletions. In many organizations, I find deletions to be the most fitting form of deprovision. Some organizations do have a requirement…


Deprovisioning In-Depth: Part 2 – Explicit Disconnectors

This is Part 2 of the series on deprovisioning. Having covered regular disconnectors here, I’d like to use this post to talk about explicit disconnectors. If you have not already done so, I would encourage you to read part one as it lays down the ground work that this post builds on. As explained in…


Deprovisioning In-Depth: Part 1 – Disconnectors

I’m going to say some words now that may be frightening to you, so consider yourself warned: disconnector, explicit disconnector, deprovision, deletion. For those of you who survived that, I’d like to discuss the above in some degree of detail. This is part one of three in a series about deprovisioning. To begin, let’s establish…


Deleting a Connector Space: When, Why and How

***PLEASE NOTE:  This post is explicitly intended for use with on-prem (FIM/MIM) only and is NOT for use with AAD Connect. Following this process with regard to AAD Connect may be considered an unsupported action. ***   Today I’d like to discuss something I get asked about a lot: deleting connector spaces. Virtually everyone who uses FIM…

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5 Minute FIM Hacks: Hiding the "New" and "Delete" User Buttons

This is the third in a series of posts we’ll be calling “5 Minute FIM Hacks”. The purpose of these posts will be to provide quick and simple tips and tricks for customizing FIM to make it perform better or be easier to use.   In today’s 5 Minute FIM Hack, we’re going to look…

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