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New version of the MS DirSync tool?

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Will a new version of the MS DirSync tool be provided at the Public Beta or GA? We heard that there will be a new version and would like confirmation if indeed this is true. When will the new version be posted and what changes to the tool are expected?

Thank you.

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  • Hi Mitch, YES we will have a new version of DirSync V2 for the Public Beta, which means you will need to uninstall and reinstall the new build. This of course will require a Full Sync, but this new version provides you with the DirSync Write-Back capabilities (Offboarding Mail and maintaining replyability, Online UM settings for On-Premise Users, etc.).  The new Write-Back method is simply a check-box that enables this functionality, and there will be updated User Assistance (UA) Help content to describe what is being written back.

    Hope this helps

    ....Ryan

    Cheers

    ......Ryan

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  • By any chance will the release run and be supported on Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1?

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  • Hi Mitch, not at this time.  DirSync V2 still requires an x86 platform, otherwise installation will fail during this prerequisite check!

    Cheers

    ......Ryan

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  • Given that we're in a x64bit world, why are you still building this to not support your current dc platform that doesn't offer a x86 version?

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  • As the present DirSync tool actually is an ILM 2007 FP1  (which in it's turn actually is a MIIS 2003 SP2) implementation, the only is supported platform is x86.

     

    A modified question might be to asertain whether Office 365 will support FIM 2010 (~ next gen of ILM 2007) in the future since FIM 2010 is a x64-platform only system, and if so when ?     

     

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