First published on MSDN on Nov 10, 2015
Updated 23 September 2016
For the past few weeks my colleague and I who co author this blog have been working on a script to assist in the preparation and prerequisites to install FIM or MIM on your network. The goal is to complete as much of the labor intensive steps as possible that are often forgotten, the following is a list of task that are currently completed with this script.
Create Organization Units if Needed
Creating Service Accounts for
Standard Synchronization and with the Portal
Privileged Access Management
Sets Permission on Organization Units
Sets Permissions at Root of Domain
Creates DNS Records
Creates Admin Groups
As the Script is updated additional task will be added as well as existing tasks will be tweaked and updated. Please keep in mind this is a work in progress and we are looking forward to your comments about this Script. Every effort has been made to ensure that this script does everything as advertised but considering every environment is different there may be complications. Please Respond with any questions, concerns or ideas that you would like to be added in this script.
Most importantly use this script in a Lab Environment
Additionally this script is designed to work with the
SharePoint Foundations 2013 Configuration Script
that has already been posted.
Download the Package
Update the MIMPrepScript_Base.csv file with the information requested.