I also considered trying the RequestOperations.InitiateRetire method from Microsoft.CLM.Provision - but instead of taking a user uuid and profile uuid (as I hoped it would), it requires an actual Smartcard object as an input.
I dont immediately see where I can extend the calls of the Microsoft.CLM.Provision namespace. Can you point me at something I am missing?
If there were even a way to call a method that would update the status of a profile (to disabled) - I could then revoke the linked cert at the CA and then update FIMCM. As it stands, I am tempted to try just flipping the status flag on the profile
directly in the DB.
Did anyone find a solution for this? I have exactly the same problem. I can use the Microsoft.Clm.Provision.RequestOperations and Microsoft.Clm.Provision.ExecuteOperations classes to retire a smartcard. However there does not seem to be a method to
revoke Profiles (soft tokens).
Monday, November 19, 2012 12:11 PM
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