Once you have user management in place, it is usually time to start looking at group management. In many FIM implementations I have done, the group management capability has been the key reason for choosing FIM. But still, in order to manage groups, we need to also have the users that are supposed to be members, managed by FIM.
In this chapter we will look at:
We need to understand how groups in FIM work, and since AD (Active Directory) is so common, I will use that as a comparison.
If you go into AD and create a group, you are asked about Group ...