B Execute the iisresetexe command on the FIM server C Restart the Forefront

B execute the iisresetexe command on the fim server c

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B. Execute the iisreset.exe command on the FIM server. C. Restart the Forefront Identity Manager Service on the FIM server. D. Execute the gacutil.exe tool from the elevated command prompt on the FIM server. E. Copy the assembly to the C:\Windows\Assembly folder on the FIM server. F. Copy the assembly to the Global Assembly Cache (GAC) folder on the FIM server. Answer: B, C, D QUESTION: 20 You administer a Forefront Identity Manager (FIM) 2010 server in your company network. You create a new workflow. The workflow includes a Function Evaluator activity that calculates a string value. You need to pass the calculated value to an outbound Synchronization Rule Activity. What should you do? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose all that apply.) A. Use [//RequestParameter/AllChangesTable] as a parameter value of the Synchronization Rule Activity. B. Use the CRLF function within the Function Evaluator activity. C. Define a workflow parameter within the outbound synchronization rule. D. Use [//WorkflowData/String] as a parameter value of the Synchronization Rule Activity. E. Use [//WorkflowData/String] as a value for the Destination field within the Function Evaluator activity. Answer: C, D, E QUESTION: 21 You administer a Forefront Identity Manager (FIM) 2010 server. The FIM server has management agents (MAs) connected to the following data sources: Active Directory
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Domain Services (AD DS) Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS) Microsoft SQL Server You need to delete a user object from AD LDS when the matching user record in the SQL Server database is marked as inactive. The attribute flow between the user record in the SQL Server and the matching AD DS user object must remain unchanged. What should you do? (Each correct answer presents part of the solution. Choose all that apply.) A. Configure deprovisioning for the SQL Server MA. B. Configure connector filter for the AD DS MA. C. Configure deprovisioning in the AD LDS triple. D. Configure connector filter for the SQL Server MA. E. Configure object deletion rule for the Person object type. F. Configure deprovisioning for the AD LDS MA. Answer: C, F QUESTION: 22 DRAG DROP Your company network contains Microsoft Identity Integration Services (MIIS) 2003 and Microsoft SQL Server 2005 configured as shown in the following table. You plan to upgrade the network to Forefront Identity Manager (FIM) 2010. You want to separate the FIM Service, FIM Synchronization Service, and FIM Portal roles. You need to identify the appropriate operating system and server roles that must be installed on the existing hardware. What should you do? (To answer, drag the appropriate component or components to the correct location or locations in the answer area.)
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Answer: Explanation: C:\Pasban Work\Cert Paper Exams\Microsoft\70-158\70-158-Extracted\70-158- Extracted\A\22a.JPG QUESTION: 23 You are planning to deploy Forefront Identity Manager (FIM) 2010 in your company network. You need to select a FIM topology that meets the following requirements: Removes single points of failure. Separates end-user operations from administrative data
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