Monday, August 16, 2010

Forefront Identity Manager (FIM) 2010 Capacity Planning Guide

The Forefront Identity Manager (FIM) 2010 Capacity Planning Guide is available for download. 

This document provides advice and considerations for organizations that are planning deployments of FIM 2010. The first part of the document describes multiple factors to consider as you begin to plan your FIM 2010 deployment. Topic subjects include FIM 2010 topology, hardware, policy configuration objects, scale, and load. The latter part of this document describes measurements and observations that were made during the initial deployment test scenarios. The main goal of this guide is to help you set up a test lab environment that will help you in preparing the deployment of FIM 2010 to a production environment.

Download:

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=b991b665-a0fc-4e10-a498-49ddfa398577&displayLang=en

1 comments:

Hi Santhosh,

Greetings!!

I thought of sharing my task information with you and also need your suggestion on this.

Currently I am using exporting users from group using following command:
dsquery group -name | dsget group –members >temp.csv (exporting users & groups information to temp file)

Netxt: Using PowerShell, running following command to add exported users to new group

Import-Csv test.csv | % { Add-ADGroupMember -Identity "" -Member $_.UserName}


Old groups consist of several groups, but every time I need to run above commands to export users from old groups and adding.

I have a situation here is I want add existing users & groups from security tab to a new security groups. Old securities groups are not standards, I want get all the users from old security groups and need to add them in to new groups in automatic way.

Old security groups has members of users and some groups also (I want to export the members info and need to add)

Is there any way to get the members information as well as member groups of member’s information?

Thank you in advance.

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