Forcing Users to Register for FIM Self Service Password Reset – SSPR

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Missing State Attribute in MIM

What? No State…? Something that I’ve always found peculiar is that “State/province” is not a default attribute in the MIM Portal. One of the main Directory Services systems that we synchronize with is Active Directory (AD). AD has “State/Province” because it’s useful information to include with a user’s identity. And when deploying MIM to an organization, one of the objectives is to provision users from the MIM Portal. In this blog post, I will detail Continue reading Missing State Attribute in MIM