A hotfix rollup package (build 4.1.3646.0) is available for #FIM2010 R2 SP1

Source: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3054196

Microsoft has release an important update, to fix important issues.
Some of them listed below…

FIM Service

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 Portal


  • 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.

FIM Sync


  • 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

Happy fixing!

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