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Active Directory to ADAM sync using MS Identity Integration

Posted on 2008-06-20
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Hi,

I have spend much time trying to export and sync some of our AD information to ADAM so it can sit in a DMZ and allow an external LDAP service to query it over the web without coming straight into our internal netowrk.

I have set up ADAM by exporting and importing our AD schema using ADschemaanaylzer and LDIFDE.  I believe it has been sucessful.  I have se up the management agents in IIFP and sucessfully populated the metaverse with the requires data from our AD.  However I can't seem export the info to ADAM.  I have created a run profile which populates the the connector space for the ADAM MA, but the export profile does not export the data to ADAM.  I was just wondering if I am missing a trick.  There are no error messages, and the log file doesn't actually give any info...

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-16"?>
<mmsml xmlns="http://www.microsoft.com/mms/mmsml/v2" step-type="export">
  <directory-entries>
  </directory-entries>
</mmsml>

Can someone point me in the right direction.  Is this a problem with my IIFP config or is it my MS ADAM setup?

Thanks in advance.
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After much playing around, I am now unsure if I am creating the ADAM management agent in the correct way.  I have read much documentation.  Do I have to code the export (or provisioning) of user objects from the metaverse to ADAM?  
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There is a new version of ILM which is still in beta which supports codeless user provisioning.  However I have managed to generate the correct code and dll by using a tool called the MIIS provisioning assistant which I downloaded frim microsoft.  I also watched the following webcast which explains the whole provisioning thing...

http://www.microsoft.com/belux/technet/nl/events/2007/webcast_miis.mspx
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