Filtered by: Policies
Ever wanted to have one policy in the input transformation that converts all attributes into a proper case format?
Struggling to get each word starting with a capital?
Now you can!
If you would like to automatically backup and remove all group memberships from a user object the moment the user is disabled, or if you would like to model a new user's group memberships after an existing user, the two policies in this tip might help you out.
On a managed device such as Windows XP, the SNMP service sometimes does not get installed by default when the Operating System is installed. In order to get the SNMP service installed on all the devices automatically, the Administrator can make use of the Directive Bundles provided by ZENworks Configuration Management. By using such a simple option you can save a lot of time that might be required to Install, Start and Configure the SNMP / SNMP Trap Services on a large number of managed devices in the network.
For many reasons it might make sense to create objects automatically when needed. This is not a big deal. This article by Thomas Schloesser shows two examples of how to deal with this in a policy, making sure that all mandatory attributes are contained in the new add event.
I'm looking at Identity Management 3.5.1, thanks to an aging internally developed identity management system that needs a rewrite. I talk about what I've found, how our own environment is put together, and how IDM 3.5.1 could possibly fit in. Our environment includes:
- Exchange 2003
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