Release of three new Connectors for #FIM2010 R2 for public General Availability

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Microsoft has announced the release of three new Connectors for FIM2010R2 for public General Availability.

Windows Azure Active Directory Connector
This conector can be used in scenarios not supported by DirSync, for example multi-forest or non-AD.
Microsoft still recommends to use DirSync as the primary solution to synchronize AD to AAD and use it whenever possible.
The Connector comes with sample code and configuration for a resource/account-forest scenario.

For more information: please refer to the TechNet documentation: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=330371.

Generic LDAP
This Connector will allow you to connect to an LDAPv3 compliant directory.
It currently supports the same LDAP directories (IBM, Novell, and Oracle) we ship with FIM2010R2 and will over time replace the built-in LDAP Management Agents.

For more information, please refer to the TechNet documentation: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=270179.

SharePoint User Profile Store
This Connector will connect to the SharePoint User Profile Store and can be used as a replacement for the built-in synchronization engine which comes with SharePoint, for example in multi-forest or non-AD scenarios.

For more information, please refer to the TechNet documentation: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=331344.

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2 thoughts on “Release of three new Connectors for #FIM2010 R2 for public General Availability

  1. Hi Peter,

    For the AAD/O365 connector: is it possible to also sync the license attribute with this connector? I know that this feature was missing in the previous connector.

    Best regards,
    Pieter.

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