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

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Provisioning to AD Using the MIMWAL

In January of 2016 Microsoft made the MIMWAL publically available. The MIMWAL is a Workflow Activity Library (WAL) for building complex workflows in the Microsoft Identity Manager (MIM) 2016 and Forefront Identity Manager (FIM) 2010 R2 solution. For more information about the MIMWAL to include project source code, releases and documentation, and discussion forums visit http://microsoft.github.io/MIMWAL/. As a Microsoft Partner, we have had access to the MIMWAL prior to it being released to the public. We have utilized Continue reading Provisioning to AD Using the MIMWAL