SharePoint: Capture MIM traffic with Fiddler

  Microsoft Identity manager (MIM) communicates with SharePoint via a web service, specifically, the “ProfileImportExportService” web service, located at http://YourCentralAdminSite/_vti_bin/ProfileImportExportService.asmx When there are problems with the synchronization, you should always look at what the MIM client (miisclient.exe) and the SharePoint ULS logs are saying, but sometimes there is a need to dig a little deeper

SharePoint: SAML auth login error: There are multiple keys on the token

  Consider the following scenario: Your users authenticate to SharePoint using “Trusted Provider” authentication. This is also known as SAML or WS-Fed authentication, typically provided by AD FS, Ping Federate, Okta, SiteMinder, etc. After SharePoint upgrade or security patching, users are no longer able to authenticate. They may see a “Server Error in ‘/’ Application”

SharePoint: The complete guide to user profile cleanup – Part 5 – 2019

  As far as I know, nothing much has changed regarding profile cleanup in SharePoint 2019 as compared to SharePoint 2016. See that post: SharePoint: The complete guide to user profile cleanup – Part 4 – 2016       This is part 5 in a series. You can find other parts here: SharePoint: The

SharePoint: Active Directory Import with Trusted Provider authentication: Map only Claim User Identifier

  Summary: You do this a bit differently than when using FIM Sync. When using Active Directory Import (AD Import) with SharePoint 2013, 2016, 2019, etc, only the “Claim User Identifier” (SPS-ClaimID) profile property needs to be mapped manually.  “Claim Provider Identifier” (SPS-ClaimProviderID) and “Claim Provider Type” (SPS-ClaimProviderType) are mapped automatically when you create the

SharePoint: Troubleshooting guide for importing groups and managers with MIM

I’ve had a few posts in the past explaining various problems with importing Active Directory (AD) groups and managers. However, this post is designed to be more of a troubleshooting guide that is applicable when using Microsoft Identity Manager (MIM) to Sync profiles. Notes: I’m lumping managers and group memberships in together because they are