By default, the Null Service and Loopback Service driver files are installed on the Identity Manager server at the same time as the Identity Manager engine. The installation program extends the Identity Vault’s schema and installs the driver shim. It does not create the driver in the Identity Vault (see Section 3.0, Creating a New Null Service Driver Object or Section 4.0, Creating a New Loopback Service Driver) or upgrade an existing driver’s configuration (see Section 5.0, Upgrading an Existing Driver).
If you performed a custom installation and did not install the Null Service or the Loopback Service driver on the Identity Manager server, you have two options:
Install the files on the Identity Manager server, using the instructions in Installing Identity Manager Engine in the NetIQ Identity Manager Setup Guide for Linux or Installing the Engine, Drivers, and iManager Plug-ins in the NetIQ Identity Manager Setup Guide for Windows guides.
Install the Remote Loader (required to run the driver on a non-Identity Manager server) and the driver files on a non-Identity Manager server where you want to run the driver.