Identity Synchronization for Windows enables you to perform a variety of tasks from
the command line using the idsync script with the
certinfo: Displays certificate information based on your configuration and SSL settings
changepw: Changes the Identity Synchronization for Windows configuration
prepds: Prepares a Sun Java System Directory
Server source for use by Identity Synchronization for Windows
printstat: Prints the status of installed connectors,
the system manager, and Message Queue
You can also use the printstat command to display a list of the remaining installation and configuration
steps you have to perform to complete the installation process.
resetconn: Resets connector states in the configuration
directory to uninstalled (in cases of hardware or uninstaller
resync: Resynchronizes and links existing users,
and pre-populates directories as part of the installation process
dspluginconfig: Configures or unconfigures
the Directory Server plugin.
groupsync: Enables or disables group synchronization
accountlockout: Enables or disables account
startsync: Starts synchronization
stopsync: Stops synchronization
See Appendix A, Using the Identity Synchronization for Windows Command Line Utilities for detailed information
about these utilities.