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FIM 2010 , Deploy changes in production lync prov exchange prov and OU prov RRS feed

  • Question

  • I have a scenario

    1- FIM is already deployed with FIM portal ,AD and exchange prov using AD management agent. Inbound outbound sync rules are creating modifying users

    2-I have to do lync prov , exchnage prov with different values of mailbox db etc ,create users in a perticular OU 

    3-instead of inb-out boud sync rules i have to use classic MAs so no Portal

    4- Every thing in test is working.

    5- Now i have to deploy these changes in prod , connect to prod AD , exchange and lync

    6- Plan is to install a FIM sync on a new server and create management agent for csv and AD 

    I dont want to touch which is already there in AD.
    I just want to target only new entries in CSV file.
    So that existing user with exchange lync and OU are not affected and they remain as it is.

    Any suggeestions ?

    AdiKumar

    Wednesday, December 2, 2015 7:26 PM

All replies

  • 1. If you have good join rules (ensuring all users are joined) then that covers joining current users.  If any user in the CSV is not joined, it should get provisioned (Provided your rules work)

    2. If you don't want to change anything in currect AD users, that is touch to accomplish and\or explain in 2 sentences.  There are too many variables. 

    1- FIM is already deployed with FIM portal ,AD and exchange prov using AD management agent. Inbound outbound sync rules are creating modifying users

    Your first point was "modifying users".  This is exactly what it is expected to happen, so if the data between CSV and AD does not match, it will get overridden.

    Now, if there are certain attributes, for instance email, dn, etc you want unchanged, then simply put them into the provisioning code and remove from mapping in MA.  Be aware that these will not be updated for anyone ever again. Only new users will get the value assigned to these attributes.


    Nosh Mernacaj, Identity Management Specialist

    • Proposed as answer by Nosh Mernacaj Wednesday, December 2, 2015 7:51 PM
    Wednesday, December 2, 2015 7:46 PM