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Kent Nordström

Kent Nordström wrote his first lines of code in the late 70s so he's been working with IT for quite some time now. When Microsoft released its Windows 2000 operating system he started a close relationship with them that has continued since. For many years Kent has been working part time as a sub-contractor to Microsoft Consulting Services and has been doing many of the implementations of FIM and its predecessors for multinational companies and large organizations in Sweden. Apart from FIM, Kent is also well known within the community for his knowledge around Forefront TMG, Forefront UAG and PKI. Find out more by visiting his blog on http://konab.com.



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  • Broché: 425 pages
  • Editeur : Packt Publishing Limited (24 août 2012)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1849685363
  • ISBN-13: 978-1849685368
  • Dimensions du produit: 19 x 2,6 x 23,5 cm
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Par Maurice Quentin le 14 octobre 2013
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Livre fort utile pour l'implémentation de cette solution de gestion des identités. Assez complexe, mais un anglais très lisible. J'approuve.
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A great introduction to the subject 24 octobre 2012
Par Peter Day - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
In the preface the author, Kent Nordstrom, states "If you are implementing and managing Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager 2010 R2 in your business, then this is the book for you". I think this is true in many respects and not just because it is the only book on FIM 2010 R2 available! Chapter 2 "Overview" is a good introduction to the terminology and technology of Forefront Identity Manager (FIM). It's easy to read and gives you a start with the many moving parts that make up a FIM implementation. I'd bookmark the diagram on pages 15 & 17 as you'll find yourself referring to them as you read the rest of the book. However, this book is not for the network beginner - Kent assumes, for example, that you have a reasonable knowledge of managing an Active Directory environment. In a number of places he describes what to do without giving the technical details of how to do it. For example, in chapter 3 "Installation" there is good coverage of the key steps and major pitfalls are highlighted, but you'll want to read the instructions on the Microsoft Technet site for the details of the installation process.

Chapters 5, 6 and 7 cover user and group management, looking at synchronization between systems and the tricky issue of whether and how to delete items that have ended their life-cycle. One of the popular uses of FIM is also covered: self-service password reset, which allows users to reset their own passwords when they forget them. These chapters are where the text gets more technical and makes more assumptions regarding your previous knowledge. It was at this point that I started to need my own FIM test environment to follow along with the author. Now is a good time to go back and re-read chapters 2 and 4 and then re-read chapters 5, 6 and 7 for a better understanding.

Chapter 8 lacks the depth of previous chapters. It gives an overview of Office 365, Microsoft's cloud-based email and collaboration service, and discusses how Office 365 Directory Synchronization relates to FIM. You'll need some prior experience with Office 365 to get the most out of this chapter.

The FIM reporting functionality covered in chapter 9 is a new feature of the R2 version of FIM 2010. The reporting setup uses System Center Service Manager (SCSM) 2012 technology and you'll want to reach out to your SCSM specialist for support on this area as the coverage in the book is very brief.

The next three chapters introduce the reader to customizing the user interface and data transformations, and the penultimate chapter covers using FIM for certificate management. Chapter 13 describes how the author troubleshoots real-world issues when working on a Forefront Identity Manager implementation project.

You might be reading this book if you are preparing for the Microsoft Exam 70-158 "Forefront Indentity Manager 2010". If so you'll definitely want to study the plentiful extra documents that Kent provides the links to throughout the book.

Overall I think that those people planning to work with Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager 2010 R2 have good reason to be grateful that Kent Nordstrom took the trouble to create this book. It certainly serves as an excellent starting point for learning about the product.
Great Explanation to complex topic 3 décembre 2012
Par nitin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Kent has taken time to explain complex topic of Identity and FIM 2010 in easy to read and understand language. The book is filled with images to explain and walk through the concepts.
The Book is a easy read. The beginning chapters explains the basic installation in detail and then gets into the configuration. This is a great read for beginners to medium users who are looking at becoming FIM 2010 implementers.
the FIM reference for beginners and intermediate consultants 5 juillet 2013
Par Ingolfur Stangeland - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This is about the only book so far out there that covers FIM CM to any degree, neatly written and logically presented.
Fantastic information, great format 26 juin 2013
Par Robert - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
The company-based criteria format is excellent to help understand the proper use scenario for FIM. The information and "gotchas" explained are incredibly valuable! A must have for anyone thinking of deploying FIM of any size.

My recommendation: Don't wait. Buy the book now.
Great for anyone starting out with FIM 30 novembre 2012
Par Ross Currie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
FIM is a huge mystery for many IT professionals out there and with only the Microsoft technical documentation and a handful of infrequently updated blogs to learn from, it's no wonder. So, it's great to see something like the FIM 2010 R2 Handbook come along to provide a map for those that are looking to embark on their FIM journey.

When it comes to FIM, there's a lot to cover, and Kent has done a great job of distilling all of this down to just the essentials - the things that you most need to know if you're going to tackle a FIM deployment providing basic user and group management. He's also included a few chapters on some more advanced topics, to provide the detail on functionality that your organisation might want to implement, such as Self-Service Password Reset and managing identities within Office 365.

As an ILM/FIM Consultant with 5+ years experience, I found that the book exhibited a great level of implementation detail that you normally don't get from training manuals - the tips, tricks and 'gotchas' that you just don't know unless you have solid experience using the product. I even learnt a few neat tricks I didn't know! There's also a great level of detail in here about features that are new to R2 of FIM, such as reporting.

It's not the comprehensive, be-all-and-end-all of FIM knowledge, but that would be impossible to create for FIM. All up, it's certainly a great introduction to the product suite, with enough information to do a deployment, as well as a plethora of links for each topic, showing where you can go to get more detailed information to cover more complex scenarios.
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