Bypass user registration and provision answers with the Synchronization Service
I'am starting with FIM 2010 and I already installed FIM on a Windows 2008 server. I successfully played the self reset password But is it possible to disable the self user registration and provision the answer(s) of the question(s) with an AD attribut (for exemple) using the FIM Synchronization service ?
February 2nd, 2010 7:59pm

AFAIK it is not possible to supply the answers on behalf of the user.CraigMartin Edgile, Inc. http://identitytrench.com
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February 2nd, 2010 9:25pm

You can't do that at this moment. Basically you need to create "GateRegistration object" for the user but that is not supportedThe FIM Password Reset Blog http://blogs.technet.com/aho/
February 2nd, 2010 11:51pm

I continue to learn about self registration . I imported a user from an AD and I created the 2 objects "GateRegistration" through the FIM portal (authentificationGateActivity1 and authentificationGateActivity3 needed for self registration) which I linked to my new user. It seems to work because the first time the user logged on, no GUI was presented to the user to registred himself. But i wasn't able to fill the field "GateData" correctly in the GateRegistration object (authentificationGateActivity3 ) (the field which stores the answers to the questions). So my question is : Is there anyway to fill the field GateData correctly without using the activity "QA Gate" ?
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February 16th, 2010 1:06pm

That's another piece of info not disclosable either. Sorry. To be more specific, the QA gate uses SHA256 to hash the user answers, but you would need to know what format it is before the hash function The data is tied closely to the Gate. So in this case, you will need to create your own QA Gate btw, another piece of info, after you have tackled this problem, you will need to add the AuthN WF Guid to User.AuthNWFUserRegistered attribute so FIM will know the user is registered The FIM Password Reset Blog http://blogs.technet.com/aho/
February 16th, 2010 5:26pm

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