When you understand the basic concepts described in this section and in Deployment Example: A Two-Machine Configuration, you should be able to extrapolate the information to create deployment strategies for more complex, sophisticated scenarios. Such scenarios might be mixed Active Directory and Windows NT environments or multiserver environments.
Install Sun Java System Message Queue 3.6 Enterprise Edition on the same machine where you are planning to instal Core.
Install all Core components only once in any of the supported operating system’s directory servers. Identity Synchronization for Windows installs Administration Server on your machine if it is not already installed.
You can install Directory Server Connectors on any of the supported operating systems. You are not required to install a Directory Server Connector on the same machine where the Directory Server that is being synchronized is running. However, one Directory Server Connector must be installed for each configured Directory Server source.
A single Directory Server Connector is installed for each Directory Server source. However, Directory Server Plug-ins should be configured for each master, hub, and consumer replica to be synchronized.
You can install Active Directory Connectors on any of the supported operating systems. You are not required to install an Active Directory Connector on a machine running Windows. However, one Active Directory Connector must be installed for each Active Directory domain. See the following figure for a sample distribution of components.
To synchronize with Windows NT SAM Registries, you must install the Windows NT Connector in the Primary Domain Controller (PDC). The installation program also installs the two NT Connector subcomponents, the Change Detector and the Password Filter DLL, along with the Connector in the PDC of the NT domain. A single NT Connector synchronizes users and passwords for a single NT domain. See the following figure for a sample distribution of components.