Basic Configuration

Chapter 4 – Basic configuration – in the FIM 2010 R2 book

In this chapter we will focus on the initial configuration of FIM Synchronization Service and FIM Service. Specifically, we will cover the following topics:

  • Creating Management Agents
  • Schema management
  • FIM Service MA
  • Initial load versus scheduled runs
  • Moving configuration from development to production

The example PowerShell scripts referenced in the book used to migrate the configuration can be dowloaded below.

2 Replies to “Basic Configuration”

  1. Bob Miller

    I was reading the chapter above and in a need of your scripts. Really do not want to re-invent the wheel but I””””m unable to download. I have built out a QA environment (already have DEV and production) Looking to move code from Production back to an empty QA to get them lined up and then use the scripts in teh future to move from QA to production.

    Can you send a link to the download.

    Thanks and you book has been worth every penny I paid for it.


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