Sometimes, especially in IDM large deployments we can see scenarios where another provider installs the Remote Loader on their servers and obviously we do not have access to it. As we know, both the Remote Loader and App passwords, lives and are determined on the remote server. If you do not have access to that…
This tool will help you validate that passwords have been set.
An interesting bug in earlier packages, related to Remote Loader Package prompt that helps understand how some of the package prompt process is supposed to work.
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.
Thanks to Arjan Anthonisse for sharing this script that makes status checking easier when you’re running the DirXML Remote Loader.
Perry Nuffer returns with this timely tip for solving a startup problem with the Lotus Notes driver on Linux, Solaris, and AIX.
This tip from Geoff Carman demonstrates a simple way to get NDSTrace and other options working, when you’re connected via RDP.
If you’re synchronizing eDirectory with AD, using the Remote Loader on the Domain Controller is a good idea, as Aaron Burgemeister explains.
Geoff Carman has a workaround for old filters for Remote Loader that get left behind during an upgrade to IDM 2 or IDM 3.
Geoff Carman takes us through the setup tasks to get the Lotus Notes server ready for Remote Loader configuration.