Microsoft Identity Manager 2016 (build 4.6.421.0) Update Rollup is available

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Applies to: Microsoft Identity Manager 2016 SP2   

Introduction  

A hotfix rollup package (build 4.6.421.0) is available for Microsoft Identity Manager (MIM) 2016 Service Pack 2 (SP2). This rollup package resolves some issues and adds some improvements that are described in the "Issues fixed and improvements added in this update" section.  

Update information  

 Microsoft Download Center  

A supported update is available from the Microsoft Download Center. We recommend that all customers apply this update to their production systems.  

Download the update for Microsoft Identity Manager 2016 SP2 (KB4599279) now.  

Prerequisites  

To apply this update, you must have the following installed:  

Microsoft Identity Manager 2016 Service Pack 2 (SP2) build 4.6.34.0  

Restart requirement  

You must restart the computer after you apply the add-ins and extensions package (Mimaddinsextensions_x(64/86)_ KB4599279.msp). You may also have to restart the server components. 

File information  

 The global version of this update has the file attributes (or later file attributes) that are listed in the following table. The dates and times for these files are listed in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). When you view the file information, it is converted to local time. To find the difference between UTC and local time, use the Time Zone tab in the Date and Time item in Control Panel.  

File name

File size

Date

Time

MIMAddinsExtensions_x64_KB4599279.msp

11,542,528

1-Mar-2021

12:12

MIMAddinsExtensions_x86_KB4599279.msp

4,587,520

1-Mar-2021

11:28

MIMAddinsExtensionsLP_x64_KB4599279.msp

4,026,368

1-Mar-2021

12:48

MIMAddinsExtensionsLP_x86_KB4599279.msp

2,940,928

1-Mar-2021

11:42

MIMService_x64_KB4599279.msp

98,660,352

1-Mar-2021

12:24

MIMServiceLP_x64_KB4599279.msp

12,886,016

1-Mar-2021

12:55

MIMSyncService_x64_KB4599279.msp

25,907,200

28-Feb-2021

8:05

Issues fixed and improvements added in this update    

MIM Service and Portal  

MIM Service 

  • Added Office 365 MIM Service mailbox application context authentication mechanism to replace basic authentication that is announced as deprecated

  • Added support for Office 365 sovereign clouds

  • Added a script ‘Scripts\Create-MIMMailboxApp.ps1’ to register MIM Service as application in Azure AD and grant it proper permissions to access MIM Service mailbox only

  • Fixed MIM Service configuration property names:

    • synchronizationDataReadTimeoutInSeconds

    • synchronizationDataWriteTimeoutInSeconds

  • Fixed a performance issue with set membership calculation

MIM Service and Portal Installer 

  • Fixed an issue with several MIM Service properties not populated in installer wizard when running Change Mode installation

  • Simplified installer configuration pages related to mail server type and authentication method

  • Fixed an issue with installer failing with some specific SQL Always On Availability Group (AoAG) database mirroring configurations

MIM Portals 

  • Fixed an issue with missing banner in Self-Service Password Reset website

  • Fixed an RCDC issue with input fields column width rendered incorrectly

  • Fixed an RCDC issue with custom objects and filters displayed with an error

  • Fixed an issue with SharePoint 2019 .ashx files not being unblocked correctly

Privileged Access Management  

  • Fixed a bug with members not removed from shadowPrincipal objects when a role is manually deactivated using Close-PAMRequest cmdlet

Note: In order to reconfigure the MIM service for Office 365 application context authentication, you need to apply this hotfix first, then run Create-MIMMailboxApp.ps1 script to register MIM Service application in Azure AD and run change mode installation. More details could be found in MIM Service for Azure AD Premium customers deployment guide: Install MIM 2016 with SP2: MIM Service and Portal for Azure AD Premium customers

References  

Microsoft Identity Manager release history  

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