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Quick Connect Sync Engine 6.1 - Administrator Guide

One Identity Quick Connect Overview Deploying One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine Getting started Connections to external data systems Synchronizing identity data Mapping objects Automated password synchronization Synchronization history Scenarios of use Appendices

Silent installation of One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine

Silent installation of One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine

To perform a silent installation

  • On a 32-bit system, enter the following syntax at a command prompt:

    msiexec /i "<Path to QuickConnectSyncEngine_x86.msi>" /qb
    INSTALLDIR="
    <Path to installation folder>" QCSVCUSERNAME="<Domain\UserName>" QCSVCPASSWORD="<Password>"

  • On a 64-bit system, enter the following syntax at a command prompt:

    msiexec /i "<Path to QuickConnectSyncEngine_x64.msi>" /qb
    INSTALLDIR="
    <Path to installation folder>" QCSVCUSERNAME="<Domain\UserName>" QCSVCPASSWORD="<Password>"

In the above syntax:

 

Table 1: Arguments

Argument

Description

INSTALLDIR

Specifies the installation folder for the One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine. When this argument is omitted, the following default installation folder is used:

%ProgramFiles%\One Identity\Quick Connect

QCSVCUSERNAME

Specifies the user name of the account under which you want the Quick Connect Service to run. When this argument is omitted, the current user account is used.

QCSVCPASSWORD

Specifies the password of the account you supplied in the QCSVCUSERNAME argument.

Silent installation of Capture Agent

To perform a silent installation

  • On a 32-bit system, enter the following syntax at a command prompt:

    msiexec /i "<Path to QuickConnectCaptureAgent_x86.msi>" /qb
    INSTALLDIR="
    <Path to installation folder>" REBOOT="<Value>"

  • On a 64-bit system, enter the following syntax at a command prompt:

    msiexec /i "<Path to QuickConnectCaptureAgent_x64.msi>" /qb
    INSTALLDIR="
    <Path to installation folder>" REBOOT="<Value>"

In the above syntax:

 

Table 2: Arguments

Argument

Description

INSTALLDIR

Specifies the installation folder for the Capture Agent. When this argument is omitted, the following default installation folder is used:

%ProgramFiles%\One Identity\Quick Connect Capture Agent

REBOOT

Allows you to suppress a system restart in a situation where a restart is required for the Capture Agent installation to complete.

To suppress the restart, use the following syntax: REBOOT="ReallySupress"

Communication ports

The following table lists the default communication ports used by One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine:

 

Table 3: Default communication ports

Port

Protocol

Type of traffic

Direction of traffic

53

TCP/UDP

DNS

Inbound, outbound

88

TCP/UDP

Kerberos

Inbound, outbound

135

TCP

RPC endpoint mapper

Port 135 is a dynamically allocated TCP port for RPC communication with Active Directory domain controllers. For more information about ports used for RPC communication, see the following Microsoft Support Knowledge Base articles at support.microsoft.com:

Restricting Active Directory replication traffic and client RPC traffic to a specific port (article ID: 224196)

How to configure RPC dynamic port allocation to work with firewalls (article ID: 154596)

How to configure RPC to use certain ports and how to help secure those ports by using IPsec (article ID: 908472)

The default dynamic port range for TCP/IP has changed in Windows Vista and in Windows Server 2008 (article ID: 929851)

Inbound, outbound

139

TCP

SMB/CIFS

Inbound, outbound

445

TCP

SMB/CIFS

Inbound, outbound

389

TCP/UDP

LDAP

Outbound

3268

TCP

LDAP

Outbound

636

TCP

SSL

This port is only required if One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine is configured to use SSL to connect to an Active Directory domain.

Outbound

3269

TCP

SSL

This port is only required if One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine is configured to use SSL to connect to an Active Directory domain.

Outbound

808

TCP

LDAP

Quick Connect Capture Agent
(only if One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine is configured to synchronize user passwords from an Active Directory domain to other connected data systems.)

Traffic between One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine and Quick Connect Service

Inbound, outbound

7148

TCP

Quick Connect Capture Agent
(only if One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine is configured to synchronize user passwords from an Active Directory domain to other connected data systems)

Inbound, outbound

 

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