There are no predefined global configuration values (GCVs) specific to the Loopback Service driver and Null Service driver. As with all drivers, you can add GCVs that you need.
In iManager, click to display the Identity Manager Administration page.
Open the driver set that contains the driver whose properties you want to edit:
In thelist, click .
If the driver set is not listed on thetab, use the field to search for and display the driver set.
Click the driver set to open the Driver Set Overview page.
Locate the driver icon, then click the upper right corner of the driver icon to display themenu.
Clickto display the driver’s properties page.
Open a project in the Modeler.
Right-click the driver icon or line, then select
The global configuration values are organized as follows:
If you installed the Entitlements package for using the Permission Collection and Reconciliation service, iManager and Designer display the following options. For information about the Permission Collection and Reconciliation service, see NetIQ Identity Manager Driver Administration Guide.
Enable Permission Collection and Reconciliation: Set the value of this parameter tofor resource onboarding and entitlement assignment. By default, the value is set to , which allows the driver to override any other conditions to onboard custom entitlements.
Enable Permission Reconciliation for Group Entitlement: Ensure the value of this parameter is set toto enable the driver to assign group entitlements. By default, the value is set to .
Enable Permission Reconciliation for all Custom Entitlements: If the value of this parameter is set to, it allows you to select specific custom entitlements for reconciling them. By default, it is set to , which allows reconciling of all custom entitlements.
Add Custom Entitlements for Reconciliation: This parameter is presented if the value ofis set to .
Click theicon to add custom entitlements you want to selectively reconcile and specify for them.
Show Advanced Options: Selectto display the advanced configuration options for the driver.
The Role Mapping Administrator allows you to map business roles with IT roles.
Enable role mapping: Selectto make this driver visible to the Role Mapping Administrator.
Allow mapping of groups: Selectif you want to allow mapping of groups in the Role Mapping Administrator.
The Roles Based Provisioning Module allows you to map resources to users. For more information, see the NetIQ Identity Manager - User’s Guide to the Identity Applications.
Enables resource mapping: Selectto make this driver visible to the Roles Based Provisioning Module.
Allow mapping of groups: Selectif you want to allow mapping of groups in the Roles Based Provisioning Module.