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Oracle Identity Synchronization for Windows 6.0 Installation and Configuration Guide
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Part I Installing Identity Synchronization for Windows

1.  Understanding the Product

2.  Preparing for Installation

3.  Installing Core

4.  Configuring Core Resources

Configuration Overview

Opening the Identity Synchronization for Windows Console

To Open Identity Synchronization for Windows Console

Creating Directory Sources

To Create Directory Sources

Creating a Sun Java System Directory Source

To Create a New Sun Java System Directory Source

Preparing Sun Directory Source

To Prepare your Directory Server Source

Creating an Active Directory Source

To Configure and Create Windows Active Directory Servers in a Network

Creating a Windows NT SAM Directory Source

To Deploy Identity Synchronization for Windows on Windows NT

Selecting and Mapping User Attributes

Selecting and Mapping Attributes

To Select and Map Attributes for Synchronization

Creating Parameterized Default Attribute Values

Changing the Schema Source

To Change the Default Schema Source

Propagating User Attributes Between Systems

Specifying How Object Creations Flow

To Specify How Object Creations Should Flow Between Directory Server and Active Directory Systems

Specifying New Creation Attributes

Editing Existing Attributes

Removing Attributes

Specifying How Object Modifications Flow

Specifying Direction

Configuring and Synchronizing Object Activations and Inactivations

Specifying Configuration Settings for Group Synchronization

To Synchronize Groups:

Configure Identity Synchronization for Windows to Detect and Synchronize Groups Related Changes between Directory Server and Active Directory

Configuring and Synchronizing Account Lockout and Unlockout

Prerequisites for Account Lockout

Using the Account Lockout Feature

Specifying How Deletions Flow

To Specify how Deleted Entries Flow Between Directory Server and Active Directory Systems

Creating Synchronization User Lists

To Identify and Link User Types Between Servers

Saving a Configuration

To Save your Current Configuration from the Console Panels

5.  Installing Connectors

6.  Synchronizing Existing Users and User Groups

7.  Removing the Software

8.  Configuring Security

9.  Understanding Audit and Error Files

Part II Identity Synchronization for Windows Appendixes

A.  Using the Identity Synchronization for Windows Command Line Utilities

B.  Identity Synchronization for Windows LinkUsers XML Document Sample

C.  Running Identity Synchronization for Windows Services as Non-Root on Solaris

D.  Defining and Configuring Synchronization User Lists for Identity Synchronization for Windows

E.  Identity Synchronization for Windows Installation Notes for Replicated Environments


Chapter 4

Configuring Core Resources

You must initially configure the Core resources immediately after installing the Identity Synchronization for Windows Core.

This chapter explains how to add and configure these resources using the Console, and is organized into the following sections:

Note - To effectively configure Core resources you must know how to configure and operate Directory Server and Active Directory.

You are not required to configure these resources in a particular order (unless specifically noted in the text); however, using the configuration order presented in this chapter until you become more familiar with the product can save time and prevent errors.