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|Oracle Identity Synchronization for Windows 6.0 Installation and Configuration Guide|
Repeat the following steps each time you install a Connector.
Note - To run the installation program in text-based mode, type ./runInstaller.sh -nodisplay.
When you run the runInstaller.sh program, Identity Synchronization for Windows automatically masks passwords so they will not be echoed in the clear.
Note - To run the installation program in text-based mode, type ./installer.sh -nodisplay.
When you run the installer.sh program, Identity Synchronization for Windows automatically masks passwords so they will not be echoed in the clear.
Yes (Accept License) to accept the license terms and go to the next panel.
No to stop the setup process and exit the installation program.
Configuration Directory Host: Enter the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of a Sun Java System Directory Server instance (affiliated with an Administration Server) where Identity Synchronization for Windows configuration information is stored. You must specify the same instance that you specified during the Core installation.
Configuration Directory Port ( Defaults to port 389): Specify a port for the configuration directory. You can leave the port set to the default or change to a different, available port.
To enable SSL (Secure Socket Layer) between Core and the configuration directory, enable the Secure Port option and specify an SSL port ( default SSL port is 636). Enabling this option prevents sensitive information from being passed in the clear over the network.
Configuration Root Suffix: Select the root suffix that you specified during the Core installation from the menu. The Identity Synchronization for Windows configuration will be stored in this root suffix.
Note - If the program could not detect a root suffix, and you enter the server information manually, you must click Refresh to repopulate the list of root suffixes.
If you specify admin as the user ID, you will not be required to specify the User ID as a DN.
If you use any other user ID, then you must specify the ID as a full DN. For example, cn=Directory Manager.
Note - These credentials will be sent without encryption unless you enabled SSL in.
Also, if Core has not been installed on this machine, you will be prompted to provide the location of the Java Home directory (see Installing Core).
Note - At this point, the installation process becomes specific to the type of Connector you are installing.