Using Forefront Identity Manager Synchronization Service

Visual Studio 2010

Updated: February 16, 2009

The following sections explain how to use Forefront Identity Manager Synchronization Service (FIM Synchronization Service), including how to create connected data source extensions and use the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) Provider.

 

Section Description

Connected Data Source Extensions

Shows how to create and test connected data source extensions.

How to: Create Management Agents

Shows how to package the extensible connectivity management agent for distribution.

Using Password Extensions

Shows how to create password extensions for connected data sources.

Using Rules Extensions

Shows how to create and test rules extensions.

Using the WMI Provider

Shows how to use the WMI Provider to run management agents and to retrieve histories.

Testing and Debugging Rules Extensions

Shows how to test extensions.

Forefront Identity Manager Certificate Management Connected Data Sources

Provides links to topics that show you how to provision various FIM Certificate Management requests.

Handling Errors

Shows DLL errors that must be handled by the extension. It also explains the Step Run Result and actions on the FIM Synchronization Service server when these errors occur.

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