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This four-day instructor-led course introduces and explains the features and capabilities of Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager 2010 (FIM), and provides an overview of the solution scenarios that FIM addresses. The course format includes presentation, discussion, demonstration, and many hands-on exercises. It is intended for students who have no previous Forefront Identity Manager 2010 or Microsoft Identity Lifecycle Manager 2007 (ILM) experience.
After completing this course, students will be able to:
- Understand FIM concepts and components.
- Identify appropriate FIM scenarios.
- Manage users, groups, and passwords using FIM.
- Synchronize identity data across systems, such as Active Directory and HR.
- Understand the issues involved in loading data (initial load, backup, and disaster recovery).
- Configure security for different levels of user.
- Manage password self-service reset and synchronization.
- Automate run cycles.
- Handle sets, simple workflows, and management policy rules (MPRs).
Introducing Forefront Identity Manager 2010 (8 topics)
- Lesson 1: Introducing FIM
- Lesson 2: Synchronization Concepts
- Lesson 3: Other FIM Concepts
- Lab: The FIM Experience
- Exercise 1: Log on and examine the environment
- Exercise 2: Add some new users and examine group memberships
- Exercise 3: Examine how groups are managed
- Exercise 4: The user experience
The Synchronization Service Manager (7 topics)
- The Synchronization Service
- Lesson 2: The Synchronization Service Manager: The Management Agents Tool
- Lesson 3: Synchronization Service Manager: Other Tools
- Lab: Importing and Synchronizing Data
- Exercise 1: Connect to an HR data source and import identity data
- Exercise 2: Examine the metaverse
- Exercise 3: Importing changes
More About Synchronization (9 topics)
- Lesson 1: Inbound Synchronization
- Lesson 2: Outbound Synchronization
- Lab: Joining Data from Another MA
- Exercise 1: Creating and configuring the MA
- Exercise 2: Importing, synchronizing, and joining data
- Exercise 3: Breadcrumbing and testing
- Lab: Provisioning AD LDS
- Exercise 1: Creating an AD LDS MA
- Exercise 2: Provisioning AD LDS
The FIM Service and Portal (8 topics)
- Lesson 1: Introducing the Portal
- Lesson 2: Integrating the FIM Service and FIM Synchronization Service
- Lab: Managing Users in the FIM Portal
- Exercise 1: Examining simple sets and MPRs
- Exercise 2: Create and modify a user
- Lab: Creating the FIM MA and Synchronizing
- Exercise 1: Create the FIM MA
- Exercise 2: Synchronizing data
Managing Synchronization from the Portal (9 topics)
- Lesson 1: Synchronization Rules
- Lesson 2: Outbound Synchronization Rules
- Lesson 3: Managing Users in Active Directory
- Lesson 4: More About Synchronization Rules
- Lab: Inbound Synchronization Rules
- Exercise 1: Using a synchronization rule to manage the HR data MA
- Lab: Synchronizing Active Directory Users
- Exercise 1: Provision users in Active Directory
- Exercise 2: Configure automatic OU provisioning and population based on DN
Managing Credentials with FIM (11 topics)
- Lesson 1: FIM Password Management
- Lesson 2: Password Self-service Reset
- Lesson 3: Synchronizing Passwords - PCNS
- Lesson 4: FIM Certificate Management
- Lab: Password Self-service
- Exercise 1: Verify and modify the environment
- Exercise 2: Modify the configuration for password registration and reset
- Exercise 3: Testing password registration and reset
- Exercise 4: Configuring password reset lockout
- Lab: Configuring PCNS
- Exercise 1: Configuring PCNS
Group Management (7 topics)
- Lesson 1: Groups and the Portal
- Lesson 2: Managing Groups in Active Directory
- Lab: Managing Groups
- Exercise 1: Distribution groups
- Exercise 2: Provisioning distribution groups in Active Directory
- Exercise 3: Security groups
- Exercise 4: Provisioning security groups in Active Directory
Other Considerations (14 topics)
- Lesson 1: Managing MPRs
- Lesson 2: Operations
- Lab: Portal Security
- Exercise 1: Configuring portal permissions
- Lab: Examining Requests
- Exercise 1: Examine the requests concerning group membership changes
- Lab: Backup, Restore, and Disaster Recovery
- Exercise 1: Perform a data reload
- Exercise 2: Backup
- Exercise 3: Restore
- Lab: MA Run Scripts
- Exercise 1: Running MA run profiles with scripts
- Lab: Finishing Touches
- Exercise 1: Finishing touches
Before attending this course, students must have:
- A sound understanding of the purpose and some experience of the workings of Active Directory.
- A sound understanding of the purpose and some experience of the workings of Microsoft Exchange Server.
- A sound understanding of the purpose and some experience of the workings of Microsoft SQL Server.
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