Sun Java System Identity Synchronization for Windows 6.0 Installation and Configuration Guide

Installing the Windows NT Connector

You must install the Windows NT Connector on the Primary Domain Controller (PDC) of the domain you configured.

ProcedureTo Install a Windows NT Connector and the NT subcomponents

  1. Enable the Windows NT Connector button and click Next.

  2. When the Connector Port Configuration pane is displayed, enter the Fully Qualified Local Host Name with the domain and an available port number where the Connector will listen. (Specifying a port already in use will result in an error message.)

  3. When you are done, click Next.

    The Ready to Install pane is displayed to provide information about the Connector’s installation location and how much disk space is required.

  4. When you are ready, click the Install Now button.

    The Connector installation is accomplished in two steps:

    • An Installing pane is displayed, with a progress bar, while the program installs the binaries.

    • Next, the Component Configuration pane displays a progress bar. This step takes several minutes to complete.

      Note –

      If you did not close the Console before starting the installation, a warning displays (see Installing the Directory Server Connector). Click Reset in the Console to reload the Connector’s configuration settings.

      When both steps are complete, an Installation Summary pane is displayed.

  5. Click the Details button if you want to review the installation log.

    Installation logs are written to the %TEMP% directory, which is C:\TEMP on most Windows NT systems.

  6. Click Close to exit the installation program.

    After installing the Windows NT Connector, you can install other Connectors that you configured when you configured resources (Chapter 4, Configuring Core Resources):