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|Oracle Identity Synchronization for Windows 6.0 Installation and Configuration Guide|
The Identity Synchronization for Windows command line utility provides the idsync resync subcommand to bootstrap deployments with existing users or groups. This command uses administrator-specified matching rules to link existing entries, to populate an empty directory with the contents of a remote directory, or to bulk-synchronize attribute values (including passwords) between two existing user and group populations.
This chapter explains how to use the idsync resync subcommand and synchronize existing users and groups for new Identity Synchronization for Windows installations. In addition, this chapter provides instructions for starting and stopping synchronization and services. The information is organized as follows:
Note - You must finish installing Core and the Connectors before trying to synchronize existing users.
For more information about the idsync resync subcommand, see Appendix A, Using the Identity Synchronization for Windows Command Line Utilities
Synchronizing Existing Users and User Groups summarizes the post-installation steps to follow based on existing user and group populations: