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Should we use 32-bit eDirectory or 64-bit eDirectory?
Need best practices to upgrade to Identity Manager 3.6.1 ?
The eDirectory browser view in IDM Designer can be used to browse through the objects in any of the eDirectory trees running on any platform. The view provides the dialog to pass the treeName/IP address and user credentials to login to the remote eDirectory server. After a successful login the eDirectory objects are displayed in a hierarchical tree format. The tree can be browsed by expanding/collapsing the containers which fetches the objects from the remote server.
Here's a way to make this process faster.
The ability to use Challenge/Response information for password reset information is one that Novell has offered for a long time. Setting default Challenge/Response values for a given user is not easily accomplished normally and can result in a new user getting prompted for data before they are familiar with business policies and the purpose of the prompts. Continue on to see how to set default, customized values for users using Novell Identity Manager (IDM) and some NMAS calls.
Submitted by: aburgemeister on Fri. 10.02.2009
Filed Under: Identity & Security Management Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions
Topic: Administration, Engine, Identity & Security Management, Identity Management, Passwords
Product: DirXML, eDirectory, Identity Manager, Identity Manager 3.5, Identity-Driven Computing, NMAS
The Identity Manager Remote Loader is used to load a driver shim separately from the IDM engine which may be running multiple drivers. The Remote Loader, though, is often seen as the exception to the rule when in fact it should be the rule with a few exceptions.
Submitted by: aburgemeister on Tue. 08.18.2009
Filed Under: Identity & Security Management Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Identity and Security
Topic: Administration, Drivers, eDirectory, Encryption, Identity & Security Management, Identity Management, Tips for Administrators
Product: Identity Manager
The IDM Delimited Text Driver does a pretty good job at creating CSV export files, but at a cost. The solution described in this article can generate CSV format files using the Null Service Driver, some ECMA scripts and a Job. All these are available using the basic IDM activation. Intrigued?