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|Oracle Identity Synchronization for Windows 6.0 Installation and Configuration Guide|
Although you must be root to install and to run Identity Synchronization for Windows services, you can configure the software to run the program services as a non-root user.
You also can use a nobody user to run services. The remaining examples in this procedure assume you created a user called iswuser.
For example, ports larger than 1024 are acceptable. Port 1389 is recommended for LDAP when the server is running as a non-root user. Port 1636 is recommended for LDAP over SSL.
Note - You must execute all commands in the remaining steps as root.
chown -R iswuser /var/opt/SUNWisw
chown -R iswuser /opt/SUNWisw
"$EXEC_START_WATCHDOG" "$JAVA_PATH" "$INSTALL_DIR" "$CONFIG_DIR"
with the following:
su iswuser -c "$EXEC_START_WATCHDOG '$JAVA_PATH' '$INSTALL_DIR' '$CONFIG_DIR'"
ps -ef | grep iswuser