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Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 Technical Reference

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English
The Technical Reference provides essential technical information about MIIS 2003.
  • Note:There are multiple files available for this download.Once you click on the "Download" button, you will be prompted to select the files you need.
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    File Name:

    MIIS_Overview.doc

    MIIS_Ports_Rights_and_Permissions.doc

    MIIS_Run_Profiles.doc

    MIIS_State_Based_Processing.doc

    MIIS_Synchronization_Rules.doc

    Date Published:

    08/02/2005

    File Size:

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      The Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 Technical Reference is an in-depth documentation collection about identity information management concepts. It is not intended as an operations or implementation guide. Instead, it provides information managers, system architects, and IT generalists with the necessary background they will need to analyze and develop their own identity management solutions. The collection provides information about:
      • State-based and event-based architecture
      • Directories and identity management solutions
      • Core components of MIIS 2003
      • Architecture and internal structure of MIIS 2003
      • Objects and data flow in MIIS 2003
      • Updated system port information for MIIS 2003 Service Pack 1 (SP1)
      • Updated information for management agent minimum rights and permissions
  • Supported Operating Systems:

    Windows Server 2003

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