Microsoft® Identity Integration Server 2003 creates and distributes an integrated view of identity information from multiple data sources. Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 enables organizations to combine information into a single logical view that represents all of the identity information for a given user or resource.
Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 administrators can use this program in conjunction with Microsoft Windows® Management Instrumentation (WMI) scripting to automate common administrative tasks. Administrators and corporate developers can implement business logic by developing rules extensions to control how management agents and the metaverse work.
Administrators can create WMI scripts to automate many Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 functions. Administrators and developers can create rules extensions that use the Microsoft .NET Framework. To understand the information in this Developer Reference, we assume that you are familiar with the .NET Framework.
Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 runs on the Microsoft Windows Server™ 2003, Enterprise Edition, operating system and Microsoft SQL Server 2000, Standard Edition or Enterprise Edition with Service Pack 3. To develop rules extensions, connected data source extensions, or password extensions, you need a programming language and a compiler that can create a .NET Framework class library. The examples in this reference guide use the Microsoft Visual Basic® .NET and C# programming languages and the compiler that is included with Microsoft Visual Studio® .NET 2003.
General information about Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003.
Information about how to use the Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 API.
Reference documentation for the Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 API.