Click the New Sun Directory Source button to invoke the Define Sun Java System Directory Source wizard.
By default, the program knows about the configuration directory where you installed the product, and the root suffixes known by the configuration directory will be listed in the list pane.
Select the root suffix where your users are located from the list pane. (If several root suffixes are listed, select the one where your users are located.) Click Next.
If the root suffix you want to synchronize with is not affiliated with a configuration directory registered with Identity Synchronization for Windows, then you must specify a new configuration directory, as follows:
Click the Configuration Directories button to specify a new configuration directory.
When the Configuration Directories dialog box is displayed ( Step 3), click the New button to open the New Configuration Directories dialog box.
Enter the following information, and then click OK to save your changes and close the dialog box.
Host: Enter the fully qualified host name.
For example: machine1.example.com
Enable the This port uses SSL box if Identity Synchronization for Windows is using an SSL (Secure Socket Layer) port to communicate with the configuration directory.
Password: Enter your Administrator’s password.
Identity Synchronization for Windows only supports one root suffix per Sun Java System Directory Server source.
Editing and Removing Configuration Directories
You can also use the Configuration Directories dialog box to manage your list of configuration directories, as follows:
Select a configuration directory from the list pane, and then click the Edit button. When the Edit Configuration Directories dialog is displayed, you can change the Host, Port, Secure Port, User Name, and Password parameters.
Select a configuration directory from the list pane, and then click Remove to delete the directory from the list.
Click OK to close the Configuration Directories dialog box and the newly selected configuration directory’s root suffixes are displayed in the list pane.
Select the root suffix, and click Next.
The Specify Preferred Servers panel is displayed (see Creating a Sun Java System Directory Source).
Identity Synchronization for Windows uses the preferred Directory Server to detect changes made at any Directory Server master. The preferred server also acts as the primary location where changes made on Windows systems are applied to the Sun Java System Directory Server system.
If the preferred master server fails, the secondary server can store these changes until the preferred server (master) comes back online.
Select the Choose a Known Server option, and then select a server name from the drop-down list.
The Directory Server must be running to appear in the list. If the server is down temporarily, select the Specify a Server by Providing a Hostname and Port option, and then enter the server information manually.
Enable the Use SSL for secure communication box if you want the Directory Server to communicate using SSL. However, if you enable this feature there are some additional setup steps you must perform after installation. For more information, see Enabling SSL in Directory Server
Select the Specify a Server By Providing a Hostname and Port option, and then type the server’s Host name and Port into the text fields.
Click Next and the Specify a Secondary Server panel is displayed.
You can add, edit, or delete the Secondary Servers:
Click the New button to display the Add Sun Directory Source dialog box. Enter the host name, port, user DN, password, and then click OK. For more information on these fields, see Step c.
Click the Edit button to display the Edit Sun Directory Source dialog box. Enter the host name, port, user DN, password, and then click OK. For more information on these fields, see Step c.
From the Secondary Servers list, select the server you want to delete and click the Remove button.
To specify the secondary Directory Servers, select a server name from list, and then click Next.
The Directory Server must be running or the server name will not appear in list.
Do not use the same host name and port for both the preferred and the secondary servers in a Sun directory source.
If you enable the Secure Port feature, there are additional setup steps you must perform after installation. For more information, see Enabling SSL in Directory Server
If you do not want to specify a secondary server, click Next.
If you want to use secure SSL communication, read the notes below, and then enable one or both of the following options:
When the Directory Server Plug-in synchronizes passwords and attributes to Active Directory, it must bind to Active Directory to search for users and their passwords. In addition, the Plug-in writes log messages to the central log and into the Directory Server’s log. By default these communications are not accomplished over SSL.
To encrypt channel communication only or to encrypt channel communication and use certificates to ensure participants’ identity verification between Directory Server and the Directory Server Connector, enable the Require Certificates for SSL box.
Clear the checkbox if you do not want to trust certificates.
If you enable these features, then additional setup is required after installation. See Enabling SSL in Directory Server
You can use the use the idsync certinfo command line utility to determine which certificates you must add for each Directory Server Plug-in and/or Connector certificate database. See Using certinfo
If your primary and secondary Directory Servers are part of a multimaster replication (MMR) deployment, refer to Appendix E, Identity Synchronization for Windows Installation Notes for Replicated Environments
When you are finished with the Specify Advanced Security Options panel, click Finish.
The program adds the selected directory sources to the navigation tree under Directory Sources, and the Prepare Directory Server Now? dialog is displayed.
You must prepare the Directory Server to be used by Identity Synchronization for Windows. You can choose to perform this task now, or you can do it later — but you must prepare the Directory Server before you install the Connectors. (Instructions for installing Connectors are provided in Chapter 9, Installing Connectors).