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That was probably longest quiet period on this blog. Changes happens an that was also result of these changes. That was a past. Now time to move on. I've decided to consolidate my blogging activities in single place - from now on this place is HTTP://ONYSZKO.COM. Read More...
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. That’s why I often follow the procedure: Run SDelete with –c switch within Read More...
It was rather long time since last blog post. Changes in professional life, TEC US (it was a blast – You can watch one of my sessions on YouTube – sorry for sound quality), projects … now trying to get back on track with my community work. So hopefully Read More...
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I'm breaking the silence on the blog with just a quick post on a tool for FIM. It looks like the FIM 2010 Management Pack for SCOM 2007 has hit the web and is available for download. If you are using FIM and SCOM now you have proper tool to monitor its Read More...
It was more than 6 years ago when I’ve decided to join the other side as Microsoft employee with Microsoft Consulting in Poland. And this was good move. As every such move it brought some changes in private and professional live. One of those changes Read More...
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Back from TechED, time for another troubleshooting case for ILM. I have a customer who is using ILM (FIM synch service actually) to manage objects in Sun One directory (or Enterprise Directory how Oracle is calling this now). After some changes in the Read More...
I just got back home from TechED from Berlin. This was kind of special TechED for me, for at least three reasons: I was first time in last 5 years on TechED, kind of side effect of my departure from Microsoft I was speaking for the first there at TechED Read More...
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 :) ): When I run the powershell command Read More...
I'm done with an intensive month of sessions, delivered for different user groups and other communities online. When you managed to attend my session about Kerberos I hope you liked it ;). Now it's time for some blogging activities. A friend asked on Read More...
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 Read More...
May and June this year are speaking engagements months for me. Mostly these engagements are local events in Poland - if you're interested in them, please visit my Polish blog . One event will be in English and is organized on-line through Live Meeting Read More...
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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 Read More...
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 Read More...
I promised to get back to AD WS topic so here I am. My last post was about the process of Active Directory Web Services (AD WS) instance location from a client perspective. When a client locates the service, in most cases, it is with the purpose to do Read More...
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 Read More...
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