I spend a lot of time working with VMs as probably most of us in tech world nowdays. One thing I noticed about VMs is that virtual disks have tendency to grow … and grow … and grow.
While ago I wrote short entry about adding new claim mapping to existing definition of identity token provider. After this post I got following comment from one of readers (good that I still have some of them here 🙂
A recent post from Brad Turner reminded me of something I wanted to blog about since I setup my Forefront Identity Manager (FIM) lab for self-password reset for users. So here it is – WMI permissions … … If you want to enable the self-password reset scenario for users (which is one of scenarios you definitely … Continue reading "WMI permissions required for a FIM2010 self-password reset scenario"
I’m playing a little bit with Sharepoint 2010 and the claims model (probably more posts on this topic will follow) where ADFS v2 (yes, it has shipped in case you missed it) acts as a trusted claims provider for SPS 2010. It is a great scenario which I think will find its use in many … Continue reading "Adding claim mapping to existing provider in SPS 2010"
Few weeks ago I wrote about FIM 2010 support for Windows 2008 R2 Active Directory environment with Recycle Bin enabled. Basically it wasn't supported configuration at that time. But world is changing … and FIM as well. Few days ago FIM 2010 Update 1 was released to Windows Update and also Windows Catalog. You can … Continue reading "Windows 2008 R2 Recycle Bin support for FIM"
Some time ago I wrote about issues with the ILM 2007 FP1 Active Directory MA connecting to Windows 2008 R2 forests. In short words: it is supported as long as Recycle Bin is not enabled. Someone asked a question ActiveDir.org, whether it is supported in regards to FIM 2010. I've asked a few people (thanks … Continue reading "FIM 2010 and Windows 2008 R2 AD support"
… Kim Cameron has linked and quoted my previous post on browser identification based on its characteristics available in public. There is EFF project which focus on checking how unique Your browser is against others based on public information. As it turned out Kim's browser has even higher score (19.29) in this test then my … Continue reading "Sorry Kim …"
Just to calm down my friends reading this blog … no, I haven’t developed personal relationship with my browser, however as many of us I’ve personalized it and I feel comfortable with it right now. All the plugins, configuration etc. It is our daily used tool now so probably all of us have done something … Continue reading "Is Your browser cheating on You??"
FIM 2010 is still being cooked in Redmond area but in the meantime we got brand new ILM 2007 Service Pack 1 package which just was published on Downloads web site. ILM 2007 SP1 is cumulative hotfix package but also it brings support for provisioning objects with Exchange 2010. This is nice progress if … Continue reading "ILM 2007 SP1 … Exchange 2010 support"
Small, but important change was introduced in ILM 2007 FP1 FAQ: Wow … this means that something which already had happened at many customers is now officially supported configuration. Good for customers who are running ILM in VM or are thinking about moving to it with ILM. (cc) BikoBikoBiko FAQ mentions Hyper-V explicitly but as … Continue reading "ILM 2007 and virtualization – small but important change"