04.22.2010 - Optimal IDM Announces Support for Sharepoint 2010

Optimal IdM, LLC, a premier Microsoft ISV and Identity & Access (IDA) partner, today announced support for SharePoint 2010. Enabling Claims-based authorization through its Virtual Identity Server. The integration will be demonstrated at The Experts Conference April 25th-28th in Los Angeles, CA. ...

04.8.2010 - Optimal IDM Announces DSML Support for Its VIS

Optimal IdM, LLC, a premier Microsoft ISV and Identity & Access (IDA) partner, today announced the release of a Directory Service Markup Language (DSML) adapter for its Virtual Identity Server™ (VIS), the .NET Virtual Directory. DSML is a standards-based XML representation of directory access operations that are transmitted via Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP). ...


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