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NetIQ Identity Manager 4: Administration [Course 3109]

Are you managing identities in your enterprise?

Course Overview

NetIQ Identity Manager 4 is a new family of products designed to help you manage identity across physical, virtual, and cloud environments. With NetIQ Identity Manager 4: Administration (Course 3109) you will learn the core functionality and administration techniques common to all versions of NetIQ Identity Manager 4.

In this course, you will learn to use the embedded identity vault, run basic reports, check driver states, manage policies, and more. If you are managing identities in your enterprise and using NetIQ Identity Manager 4 Advanced Edition or Standard Edition, this course provides a solid foundation for understanding and administering this industry-leading product.

Training Level: 2 - Intermediate

Duration: 4 Days

Key Objectives

By taking this course, you will learn to:

  • Understand the architecture of NetIQ Identity Manager 4
  • Understand the structure and schema of the embedded identity vault
  • Use the NetIQ Identity Manager 4 tools to perform administrative tasks such as performing traces and checking driver states
  • Manage policies
  • Manage connected systems
  • Perform health checks
  • Run reports common to all versions of NetIQ Identity Manager 4

Audience Summary

This course is for anyone administering identities in an enterprise using NetIQ Identity Manager 4.  People familiar with previous versions of NetIQ Identity Manager should also take this course.  NetIQ Identity Manager 4 contains a new architecture and many inclusions and enhancements not found in previous versions.

Course Prerequisites

Before taking this course, you should have a basic understanding of directories and directory concepts.

Course Outline

SECTION 1: Describe NetIQ Identity Manager 4.0

Objective 1: Describe NetIQ Identity Manager
Objective 2: Describe How Identity Manager Works
Objective 3: Describe the Identity Manager Engine
Objective 4: What's New in Identity Manager 4.0

SECTION 2: Administer Identity Manager

Objective 1: Understand the Integrated Installer
Objective 2: Use iManager to Administer Identity Manager

SECTION 3: Understand Designer for Identity Manager

Objective 1: Describe Designer for Identity Manager
Objective 2: Use the Designer Interface
Objective 3: Navigate Designer Workspaces, Perspectives, and Views
Objective 4: Perform Basic Identity Manager Tasks with Designer
Objective 5: Implement Designer?s Version Control Functionality

SECTION 4: Manage Content with Packages

Objective 1: Manage Packages

SECTION 5: Identity Manager Drivers

Objective 1: Implementing a New Driver - Active Directory
Objective 2: Perform Driver Administration
Objective 3: Monitor Drivers
Objective 4: Manage Drivers
Objective 5: Determine When and How to Use Global Configuration Values
Objective 6: Use Remote Loader
Objective 7: Perform Identity Manager Jobs
Objective 8: Monitor Driver Health

SECTION 6: Manage Policies and Filters

Objective 1: Describe and Manage Identity Manager Filters
Objective 2: Describe Identity Manager Policies
Objective 3: Track an XML Document Through the Channel
Objective 4: Manage Identity Manager Policies

SECTION 7: Troubleshoot With DSTrace

Objective 1: Configure Trace
Objective 2: Apply Trace Reading Basics
Objective 3: Detailed Trace Reading

SECTION 8: Introduce the User Application

Objective 1: Describe the Identity Manager User Application
Objective 2: Administer the User Application
Objective 3: Use Roles and Permissions to Implement User Application Security
Objective 4: Deploy User Application Proxy and Delegation
Objective 5: Administer Roles and Resources

SECTION 9: Implement Identity Manager Password Synchronization

Objective 1: Describe Password Synchronization
Objective 2: Configure Password Synchronization
Objective 3: Manage Passwords Using Password Policies
Objective 4: Implement Password Synchronization
Objective 5: Use Password Self-Service

SECTION 10: Introduce the Reporting Module

Objective 1: Review the Identity Manager Reporting Architecture
Objective 2: Use Identity Reporting Module
Objective 3: Consider Reporting Module Security
Objective 4: Access the Identity Reporting Module
Objective 5: Explore the Identity Reporting ModuleResource Model

Course Testing Information

This course helps prepare you for the Certified NetIQ Identity Manager Administrator (CNIMA) certification exam (#050-730).

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