FIM 2010 R2 Hotfix Build (4.1.3479.0) released


Today, just a week after the last hotfix, Microsoft released another hotfix for Forefront Identity Manager 2010 R2, which has build 4.1.3479.0

You can download this hotfix directly from this link.

Here are the issues fixed, taken from the KB article:

Issues that are fixed in this update

This update fixes the following issues that were not previously documented in the Microsoft Knowledge Base.

FIM Service

Issue 1

When you have very long XPath queries in the FIM Service, CPU usage may increase. This causes a decrease in performance.

FIM Synchronization Service

Issue 1

The Synchronization Service may leak memory when you use an ECMA2 connector.

Issue 2

When an existing ECMA2 connector is updated when a server configuration is moved between servers, the update is unsuccessful. This problem occurs when the connector requires access to encrypted parameters, such as a password, to complete the operation.

Issue 3

When an import is confirmed, a staging error may occur in rare cases. When this problem occurs, you receive the following error message:

Cannot insert duplicate key row in object ‘dbo.mms_cs_link’
Issue 4

If during a full import on the Active Directory management agent there is a reference on an organizational unit (OU) to an OU two levels down, the sync engine will crash.

Issue 5

When you select the option to abandon the key set in the Synchronization Service Key Management Utility, the operation may be unsuccessful. Additionally, you receive the following error message:

Value is not in the expected range.

BHOLD suite

Issue 1

The processing of BHOLD Queue entries takes a longer time than expected to finish after an earlier hotfix is applied.

Issue 2

You cannot add a permission for a user by using the BHOLD connector if the permission was ever denied for the user.

Issue 3

The removal of permissions from a personal role (prefixed with PR-) does not trigger the removal of those permissions from the user.

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About Peter Stapf
Senior Consultant Identity and Access MVP (Enterprise Mobility)

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