One of the great features of NetIQ IDM is the possibility to run transactions at a later time – for example delete a user object after 10 years after deactivation. Things like this can be accomplished by the help of the Workorder-Driver. The only thing which has to be customized is the creation of so…
My son just turned 20 months old. It’s funny how at that age we measure age in so much detail, rather than just saying he’s almost two. Nevertheless at this age his little brain is developing at an amazing pace. As such he’s reached what some have described to me as the most terrible phase of life… the “What’s that?” and “Why?” stage. Everywhere we go and everything he sees, he’ll inevitably ask me “Dada what’s that?” and if my explanation doesn’t satisfy him he follows up with a “Why Dada?”…
In this Cool Solution series we will see how we can set up the workorder driver together with a loopback driver to activate and deactivate user accounts based on the starting date and end date of the user account.
In part 1 we went through the basic add event of a new user. In part 2 we will start with giving the new user a password and moving the user to the active users container.
Geoff Carman provides an overview of the new Work Order driver in IDM 3.5, including strategies for how and why to use it.
In this Cool Blog, Novell’s Aaron Burgemeister gives you a first-hand look at the strange and wonderful world of the new IDM WorkOrder driver.
Perrin Blanchard shares some advice and examples for using the IDM WorkOrder driver effectively.