I’m speaking at the #HIPConf Hybrid Identity Protection Conference in New York

Next week, I have the honor of participating as speaker at the Hybrid Identity Protection Conference in New York, NY.

Let me quote Sander Berkouwer:For those who attended The Experts Conference (TEC) and NetPro’s Directory Experts Conference (DEC) events previously, the Hybrid Identity Protection Conference promises to be at least as much fun as these events, where you’ve seen the likes of Gil Kirkpatrick, Sean Deuby, Darren Mar-Elia, Brian Desmond, Joe Kaplan, “, of course Sander Berkhouwer,   and not to forget Tomasz Onysko.

For quite a while, the TEC/DEC conference has been the landmark for the MS Identity & Security community, and I would be happy to let the HIPConf take that place.

HIPConf

About the Hybrid Identity Protection Conference

The Hybrid Identity Protection Conference is Semperis Inc.’s event in the spirit of The Expert Conference (TEC) to bring together the leading experts in the field of Identity and Access Management. The event offers a unique opportunity to spend two days on-site in New York with peers, whose day-to-day job is to architect, manage, and protect identity management in the hybrid enterprise.

Attendees are able to meet face-to-face with the leading experts of their field, acquire in-depth technical knowledge, and be exposed to the latest innovation.

(And that’s where the TEC/DEC and HIPConf make the difference with other conferences, which not always allow to meet with the presenters/experts.)

The 2017 Hybrid Identity Protection Conference takes place on November 6th and November 7th at the famous 7 World Trade Center in New York City’s Tribeca neighborhood. Just minutes’ walk from famous landmarks, attractions, museums, and famous restaurants in Manhattan, and with astounding views of the New York skyline.

About my session

As you might notice, my session is taking a bit of a different view on Hybrid Identity, but as important as the technical view.

Tuesday 7/nov: “04:00-05:00 pm – Forget about compliance! Only the GDP mindset will keep you alive”

“With the 2018 GDPR deadline in focus, many businesses with EU customers are feeling like a rabbit frozen in the GDPR headlights… But it’s not the ‘R (regulation) that matters, the GDP does. In this fast moving era of cloud and data centers, information is flowing like water, and perimeter security is so Y2000. Join this presentation to learn how you can leverage best practices to build an end-to-end, layered security, and avoid information spills. “

Join the HIPConf!

There is still time to register.

And as Sander mentioned,  with the Global MVP Summit moved from the November timeframe to March, this is the opportunity to hang out with a group of people and MVPs that have built the Microsoft community for Identity & Security for years…

And I’m looking forward to see them again, after all these years!

Thanks Semperis Inc. to offer this opportunity!

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Troubleshooting #FIM2010: The Office 365 MA Connector export cycle has stopped. Object with DN CN={1234567890AABBCCDDEEFFGGHGGFFEEDDCCBBAA987654321} failed validation for the following attributes: member.

 

Event Viewer

Log Name: Application
Source: Directory Synchronization
Date:
32/13/2015 4:48:55 AM
Event ID: 107
Task Category: None
Level:
Error
Keywords: Classic
User: N/A
Computer: <servername
/>.<domain />.<root />
Description:
The Office 365 MA Connector
export cycle has stopped. Object with DN
CN={1234567890AABBCCDDEEFFGGHGGFFEEDDCCBBAA987654321} failed validation
for the following attributes: member. Please refer to documentation for
information on object attribute validation.
Event Xml:
<Event
xmlns=”http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event”&gt;

<System>
<Provider Name=”Directory Synchronization” />
<EventID
Qualifiers=”0″>107</EventID>
<Level>2</Level>
<Task>0</Task>

<Keywords>0x80000000000000</Keywords>
<TimeCreated
SystemTime=”2015-13-32T03:48:55.000000000Z” />

<EventRecordID>994163</EventRecordID>
<Channel>Application</Channel>

<Computer><servername />.<domain />.<root /></Computer>
<Security />

</System>
<EventData>
<Data>The Office 365 MA Connector export
cycle has stopped. Object with DN
CN={1234567890AABBCCDDEEFFGGHGGFFEEDDCCBBAA987654321} failed validation
for the following attributes: member. Please refer to documentation for
information on object attribute validation.</Data>
</EventData>

</Event>

Root Cause

There is a technical limit of 15000 members, that the Office 365 management
agent can support.

Solutions

1. Keeping member numbers under 15000

  • Eg. splitting groups

2. Migrating your O365 connector to AADSync

 

Additional info

Prepare for directory synchronization:
https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/azure/jj151831.aspx

Note-to-self: Microsoft at Gartner Identity & Access Management Summit

You probably recall that, last year, there was quite some confusion regarding the availability of the MS products on the Magic Quadrant for Identity & Access, right? Well, here is some good news.

Source: http://blogs.technet.com/b/enterprisemobility/archive/2014/11/26/microsoft-at-gartner-identity-amp-access-management-summit.aspx

“December 2-4, 2014 Microsoft will be participating in the Gartner Identity & Access Management Summit in Las Vegas, NV as a Platinum sponsor.

Building on our recent momentum around Identity-as-a-Service and on-premises Identity & Access Management, Microsoft will be featuring our solutions at a booth staffed by Microsoft IAM professionals who will be providing an overview, demonstrations and answering questions.

Please join Microsoft Tuesday December 2, 2014 at 2:45PM at the conference for our dynamic presentation “Azure Active Directory Explained.”

Microsoft Azure Active Directory will be highlighted including analysis and deep information into our market-leading solution, roadmap and customer insights.

We will also be discussing the recently-released Microsoft Identity Manager Public Preview and will be providing technical demonstrations of our Identity & Access Management solutions.

Come join us at the Gartner Identity & Access Management Summit reception, presentation and booth to discuss Microsoft Azure Active Directory and Microsoft Identity Manager.”

As you have seen there was and there is a hopeful lot of activity on Microsoft Identity Management.
Alive and kicking. Better know it.

New Azure AD Sync (#AADSync) documentation set launched on #TNWiki

Markus just launched a fresh new set of documents on the new Azure AD Sync (AADSync) tool on TechNet Wiki.

You can find them at this short link: http://aka.ms/AADSync

 

Check them out and bookmark the short link.