eDirectory

If you’re attending this year’s Gartner IAM Summit, things might be a bit different than what you’re used to. I’ve attended other Gartner events this year, as well as other industry IAM-related events, and the thing I’ve noticed is that IAM is no longer on an island. Where IAM was seen as black magic by…

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Travis Greene
Nov 20, 2015
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I was going through the list of applications which can be monitored by AppManager. Though the list is huge, I was disappointed to see that there is no monitoring available for IDM server, so I decided to do something on my own. As AppManager is highly customizable I created a few KSs to monitor my…

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Anmol Rastogi
Nov 19, 2015
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The eDirectory 8.8 LDAP Server component supports a number of different trace levels that can be used to troubleshoot LDAP connections and queries. One can check the LDAP trace output using the ndstrace utility by enabling the +LDAP flag or by using DSTrace in iMonitor. The normal way to change the trace level is to…

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Oct 26, 2015
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A customer has configured Novell Audit Platform Agent (PA) to Force Caching mode. And along with the Force Caching mode, the “Roll Cache” option is also configured. The PA’s configuration (/etc/logevent.conf) file looks like…

Mahantesh Hongal
Aug 31, 2015
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Since eDirectory 8.8 was released Novell/NetIQ has provided the option to have multiple eDirectory instances on a single system, and to have these running either as ‘root’ or as a non-root user. There are benefits to both, but generally speaking it is a proven and best practice to run services as non-root users.

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Jun 17, 2015
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From time to time a hardware malfunction, network outage or simple a disaster can occur, so it is a very good idea to have a disaster recovery plan available and updated. This document describes the process of cloning an eDirectory box in a “Offline” fashion. It is very useful when you need to restore a previous eDirectory box that was lost for any reason.

dlugohernandez
Feb 3, 2015
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Welcome to the IQLdap Adapter Update 3 (version 0.8.0.0)! This update brings LDIF Operations features into the IQLdap adapter in the form of two activities for LDIF Export and LDIF Import. LDIF, LDAP Data Interchange Format is a standard defined by RFC 2849, which allows a set of LDAP objects to be represented in plain…

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Martin Cotter
Oct 23, 2014
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The Directory Cloner is a very powerful tool to selectively copy any object from a source to a target eDirectory.

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By: afuhrmann
Sep 15, 2014
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I recently got to work with the new (in 4.02) Bidirectional eDirectory driver on a project. As I went through that process I managed to grab a couple of error traces that I thought would be helpful to people, at the very least, showing up in a Google search, when troubleshooting. I have done these…

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By: geoffc
Sep 11, 2014
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Generate an LDIF to add users to an ldap group

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