Category: MIM 2016

SharePoint – Connecting MIM to SharePoint over HTTPS

Consider the following scenario: You set up Microsoft Identity Manager (MIM) 2016. You install the SharePoint Connector software and create a SharePoint Management Agent (MA). On the “Connectivity” page of the SharePoint MA, you attempt to create a connection to a SharePoint 2016 or 2019 farm using an HTTPS (SSL / TLS) address. The connection

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: 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: Troubleshooting guide for importing groups and managers with MIM

Update 9/16/19: Updated some PowerShell and wording to also apply to SharePoint 2019. 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

SharePoint: Cross-forest group memberships not reflected by Profile Import

Consider the following scenario: You have an Active Directory Forest trust between your local forest and a remote forest. You create a “domain local” type security group in Active Directory and add users from both the local forest and the remote trusted forest as members. You configure SharePoint Profile Synchronization to use Active Directory Import

SharePoint: FIM / MIM fails on Import with stopped-extension-dll-exception or read-error

  Consider the following scenario: You have one of the following User Profile Synchronization configurations for SharePoint: SharePoint 2010, which utilizes Forefront Identity Manager (FIM) for User Profile Synchronization. SharePoint 2013, using the “Use SharePoint Profile Synchronization” option, which also uses FIM. SharePoint 2016 or 2019, using the “Enable External Identity Manager” option, which (typically)