Source: FIM2010 FB Group As noticed by other FIM community members, the software bits of MIM 2016 are published on MSDN… And an updated product website is in the air: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/server-cloud/products/microsoft-identity-manager/ So one can expect that an announcement on the MIM2016 GA (General Availability) is on it’s way…
Head over to the TechNet Evaluation center to find some interesting resources on Identity Manager….
From the course description:
The FIM support lifecycle page has been updated, FIM 2010 main stream support is now set to 10 oct 2017.
|Products Released||Lifecycle Start Date||Mainstream Support End Date||Extended Support End Date||Service Pack Support End Date||Notes|
|Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager 2010||2010-05-27||2017-10-10||2022-10-11||Mainstream and Extended support for Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager 2010 is extended as shown in order to provide all customers with the standard lifecycle transition timeline.|
|Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager 2010 R2||2012-07-24||2017-10-10||2022-10-11||2014-04-08||Mainstream and Extended support for Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager 2010 is extended as shown in order to provide all customers with the standard lifecycle transition timeline.|
|Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager 2010 R2 Service Pack 1||2013-01-15||Review Note||Review Note||Support ends 12 months after the next service pack releases or at the end of the product’s support lifecycle, whichever comes first. For more information, please see the service pack policy at http://support.microsoft.com/lifecycle/#ServicePackSupport.|
Last update, in april, the FIM/MIM product group posted MIM beta-build 4.3.1790.0.
Yesterday the MIM PG has posted new build install files on Connect. (4.3.1935.0).
You’ll notice this set of data only has the install files and hasn’t got the VMs anymore…
Release date, RTM, GA getting close?
(No, you don’t need to leave your precious dummy contact details…)
From the report:
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Microsoft has release an important update, to fix important issues.
Some of them listed below…
When you update the criteria of a group or set, you receive a SQL error if negative conditions exceed 7 in the filter when you click View members. After you apply this update, the View Members button works as expected.
- FIM Credential Provider Extension for Self-Service Password Reset (SSPR), you cannot answer by using double-byte characters through the Windows Input Method Editor (IME) in the “Question and Answer” gate.
- In the FIM Password Registration Portal, auto-focus on the first text box can cause the first registration question to be hidden from view
- On the FIM Password Registration and Password Reset websites, autocomplete was not disabled for the logon forms
- the Object Picker control in the FIM Identity Management Portal returns invalid results if there were special characters in the search string.
Fixed: The revocation settings in a profile template can only be configured for all certificates together and not for each certificate separately.
- The management agent for Active Directory receives a “Replication Access Denied” error when you run a Delta Import run profile step on domains that contain a read-only domain controller (RODC).
- When you create delta-attestation campaign in BHOLD Analytics, an error message is displayed regardless of whether the campaign was created.
- In BHOLD Attestation, user interface elements may not be available with new versions of Internet Explorer