Sunday, November 26, 2017

Codeplex down, Github up!!!

HEADS UP!
I finally got around to moving all my FIM/MIM projects from Codeplex to Github. If you use any of the following FIM projects of mine, please consider changing all links and maybe following the projects on Github now.

FIM/MIM SQL Management Agent - https://github.com/sorengranfeldt/sqlma
FIM 2010 Workflow Activity Library - https://github.com/sorengranfeldt/fimactivitylibrary
Codeless Provisioning Framework, FIM.MRE - https://github.com/sorengranfeldt/mre
FIM/MIM MA Rules Extension Framework - https://github.com/sorengranfeldt/mare

I still need to visit the documentations and fix a few mistakes after migration - I'll do that in the near future.

Thanks,
Søren Granfeldt

Monday, February 20, 2017

FIM.MARE has moved to Github

Just a quick note to let you know that the project FIM.MARE has moved from CodePlex to Github. So please help spread the word and update any links that you may have sitting out there.

So if you want to continue doing advanced codeless flow rules without Synchronization Rules, then the new place to be ishttps://github.com/sorengranfeldt/mare

Thanks,
G

Thursday, December 1, 2016

FIM.MRE moved to Github

Just a quick note to let you know that the apparently popular project FIM.MRE has moved from CodePlex to Github. So please help spread the word and update any links that you may have sitting out there.

So if you want to continue doing codeless provisioning without Synchronization Rules, then the new place to be is https://github.com/sorengranfeldt/mre

Thanks,
G


Tuesday, November 22, 2016

MARunScheduler moved to Github

Just a quick note to let you know that my old project MARunScheduler has moved from CodePlex to Github. So please help spread the word and update any links that you may have sitting out there.

The new place to be is https://github.com/sorengranfeldt/marunscheduler

Thanks,
G

Thursday, July 7, 2016

UNICEF donation

At Christmas last year (in 2015), I asked for donations from those of you that use my free tools, such as the PowerShell Management Agent for FIM/MIM and the FIM.MRE.

I'm so grateful that a lot of you donated. Even after Christmas 2015, the donation kept coming in, so I postponed handing over the check to UNICEF. However, now I haven't registered any donations for a while, so I decided to extend the donation check to UNICEF.

The donations from all of you reached around $450 and I decided that my company would help, so I doubled the donated amount which resulted in a check for DKK 6.000 (approx $1,000) for UNICEF Denmark - and the check was given to UNICEF today.

Thank you so much for chipping in - and please know that your donation will help a lot of less fortunate children across the world.

Thank you so much

/Soren