Entitlements

NetIQ released an interesting driver, that supports the Office 365 environment. I am not entirely sure I understand all the subtleties of the Microsoft Online stuff, but that is ok, I know enough to be dangerous. I wrote a review of the policies in the driver…

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By: geoffc
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Recently I ran into a need to add a new custom entitlement to an Active Directory driver, along with some custom policies to implement the entitlement. I found that the documentation does not include a few interesting bits and pieces, leading to confusion and frustration. So, here are the details. If you look at the…

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By: dgersic
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Some time ago, I wrote a cool solution named “Read Resource Entitlement Values from User Application workflow”, presenting a way to handle multiple entitlement values from the user application, since NetIQ stuff does not allow to read it directly. We worked a lot with resources having multiple entitlement values. For this reason we wanted to…

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By: nsanson
Sep 28, 2016
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A lot of times NetIQ IDM developers need to define workflows where a user can assign permissions. With IDM, permissions are defined using entitlements and assigned via resources, when you follow RBAC. However in the real world sometimes you cannot map everything with a Role and some entitlements have to be assigned manually on a…

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By: nsanson
Jul 28, 2015
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Entitlements in NetIQ Identity Manager and I have a sort of love hate relationship. For the longest time, I preferred to use a custom attribute and have my driver implement it as appropriate. Then I finally ‘got it’ with Entitlements and it started to make some kind of sense. As a consequence, I wrote up…

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By: geoffc
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ACF2 is a difficult system to feature in demos. It is also difficult to model data coming from ACF2. This article will walk you through a simplified ACF2 model simulated on a database, and an AGS 6 collector.

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By: mbluteau
Mar 14, 2012
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This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Talking about Entitlements

Here’s part 4 of Geoffrey Carman’s series about Entitlements.

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By: geoffc
Sep 14, 2011
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This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Talking about Entitlements

Entitlements bring with them several bits and pieces scattered about the product. There is the Entitlement itself, the granting agent, and then how it is actually used. In this article, Geoffrey Carman talks about what it means for a driver to support entitlements.

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By: geoffc
Aug 8, 2011
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This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series Talking about Entitlements

Entitlements bring with them several bits and pieces scattered about the product. There is the Entitlement itself, the granting agent, and then how it is actually used. In this article, Geoffrey Carman talks about the Roles and Resources driver.

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By: geoffc
Aug 1, 2011
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This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Talking about Entitlements

Entitlements bring with them several bits and pieces scattered about the product. There is the Entitlement itself, the granting agent, and then how it is actually used. In part 1 of this series, Geoffrey Carman talks about Entitlements in general, and the Roles Based Entitlements driver.

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By: geoffc
Jul 14, 2011
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