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Re: Does IDM 3.6.1 (AD driver 3.5.5) support AD 2012?

On 20.03.2013 22:34, chipps7 wrote:
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> No, passwords are not sync-ed back to IDM. In fact nothing is...it's a
> one-way sync to AD from a HR database. Thanks for the link to the KB
> aritcle.


Do you make any use of "reset" of attributes on the publisher channel?
Do you allow synchronisation back to IDM of changes to DirXML-ADContext
and DirXML-ADAliasName?

Regardless it doesn't sound like you will have much of a problem with
the approach you suggested. The article I linked to is much more
relevant if you are publishing any changes (no matter how small) back
via the publisher channel.


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Re: Does IDM 3.6.1 (AD driver 3.5.5) support AD 2012?

On 14.02.2013 12:44, sma wrote:
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> Hi,
>
> Off course you can use a 4.02 remote loader with latest AD driver with
> IDM 3.6.1 engine and this works fine with Windows 2008 R2, and I can
> remember that it's officially supported.
>
> But, as far as I know, Windows 2012 is not supported with IDM 4.02
> either ?


The 2012 support (RL + AD driver shim + pw filter + Exchange 2013) is
now available via patch IDM 4.0.2 AD Driver version 4.0.0.1

However the release notes specifically state that "This patch is not
supported on IDM 3.x." they also mention that a 4.0.2 activation
credential is required when running on IDM 4.0 or 4.0.1.

Would be interesting to have someone test Geoffrey's theory that this
will also work in 3.x with 402 activation credential (this still will be
unsupported by the vendor of course).

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