(2016-09-25) FIM/MIM Configuration Export Scripts
Posted by Jorge on 2016-09-25
When upgrading FIM or MIM to a newer version, you may need to uninstall the previous version first before installing the newer version. During the installation of the new version you need to reenter all the required information. But where do you get that data from? Either you have some installation/configuration guide or you make sure you make a copy (copy, export, backup) of the previous configuration so that you can look it up easily.
Making a copy of the previous configuration manually can take quite some time to finish and if unlucky you might even forget something!
Yes, you guessed it, PowerShell to the rescue!
With the upcoming SP1 for MIM 2016 you may need this script.
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<PoSH Script File> [-allConfig] [-mainConfig] [-fimSyncConfig] [-fimSvcConfig] [-fimPortalConfig] [-fimPwdRegPortalConfig] [-fimPwdResetPortalConfig] [-backupDBs] [-mainBackupFolder <Folder To Backup/Export To>]
This PoSH script exports FIM/MIM configuration as a quick backup method. If applicabel, the following configuration components are exported:
- FIM/MIM Main Configuration;
- FIM/MIM Sync Configuration;
- FIM/MIM Service Configuration;
- FIM/MIM Portal Configuration;
- FIM/MIM Registration Portal Configuration;
- FIM/MIM Reset Portal Configuration;
- SQL Server Database
I have NOT added support for:
- FIM/MIM PCNS Configuration;
- FIM/MIM CM Configuration;
- FIM/MIM Reporting Configuration
Currently there is no import script. You will have to do it manually
Get the export script from HERE
When upgrading, you only need to the [-mainConfig option on every FIM server and the [-backupDBs] option on the SQL server! For example:
- Everything on one server (incl. SQL server)? –> <PoSH Script File> -mainConfig -backupDBs -mainBackupFolder <Folder To Backup/Export To>
- FIM/MIM servers without SQL –> <PoSH Script File> -mainConfig -mainBackupFolder <Folder To Backup/Export To>
- SQL server without FIM/SQL –> <PoSH Script File> –backupDBs -mainBackupFolder <Folder To Backup/Export To>
REMARK: the installation of a newer version against an existing database WILL upgrade the database. Make sure to have a backup of your FIM/MIM DBs!!!
Exports All The Configuration Of FIM/MIM. This is basically all the options combined.
Exports Only The Main Configuration Of FIM/MIM. This should be the option to use when upgrading FIM/MIM.
Exports Only The FIM Sync Specific Configuration
Exports Only The FIM Service Specific Configuration
WARNING: This export might take some considerabel amount of time!!!
Exports Only The FIM Portal Specific Configuration
Exports Only The FIM Password Registration Portal Specific Configuration
Exports Only The FIM Password Reset Portal Specific Configuration
Backup Only The Databases In Use By FIM
Main Backup Folder To Store The Backup
Figure 1: Exporting The FIM/MIM Configuration Before The Upgrade
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