Watch the presentation that James Booth (who worked with us on the project) and Joe Gasowski (DPDHL) gave at the Redmond Identity Summit 2013 about our project at DHL to replace the DPDHL Sun One Directory and deploy FIM to replace both CriticalPath and a home-grown admin portal. http://feeds.feedburner.com/IdentityLifecycleManagerilmBestPractices
After re-reading my earlier post on this subject I decided I could be clearer. GUIDs are often used in three different formats: Representation Example Canonical form 8c4ac332-975f-4717-ad7b-ba4a4e968fff Octet String 32c34a8c5f971747ad7bba4a4e968fff Base64 Encoded MsNKjF+XF0ete7pKTpaP/w== Representation Comment Used in Canonical form This format stems from the way GUIDs (UUIDs) are generated. Each dash separating the various components. In version one of the UUID specification, the first the last component was the MAC address of the computer that generated the GUID.
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A while back I needed to set up Property Sets in AD LDS for granting of permissions to many of the attributes on the person object all at once, as I reviewed the Technet documentation on AD Property Sets I realized that it doesn’t tell you what object type property sets are, nor does it tell you how to create a property set, nor does it tell you how to assign an attribute to a property set.