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Re: IDM 4 and Office 365

On 7/5/2012 9:26 AM, matthudson wrote:
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> Thanks for the replies! I'll let you know how we get on, its looking
> like the scripting driver is the way forward.


I do know that the guys at Omnibond are pondering a Scripting driver
example config to do this. I can follow up and see its current state.
(Heck they might enjoy having someone to test with. you never know?)



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Re: IDM 4 and Office 365


Just a quick follow up on this.

If you are creating federated users with the powershell scripts then
you will need to set the ImmutableId attribute to the guid of AD account
(Assuming you are using ADFS). This is what the DirSync tool does. This
is also used as the NameID for the SSO tokens that are produced.

You can get the guid from the users AD dirxml association value.

Another option is to change the claim rule transformations in ADFS to
match what ever attribute you like. This way you could also point
ADFS/IIS at eDir instead of AD.


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