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Active Roles 7.4.3 - Solutions Guide

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Configuration Transfer Wizard overview

Configuration Transfer Wizard Solution

For large enterprises which implement a complex administrative structure using Active Roles, one of the greatest challenges becomes exporting Active Roles configuration from a test environment to a production environment.

With Active Roles Configuration Transfer Wizard, you can export Active Roles configuration objects (such as Access Templates, Managed Units, Policy Objects, Policy Type objects, etc.) to an XML file and then import them from that file to populate another instance of Active Roles. The export and import operations provide a way to move configuration objects from a test environment to a production environment.

This document provides information on how to install and use Configuration Transfer Wizard.

What's new

What's new in version 7.4.3

Version 7.4.3 of Configuration Transfer Wizard adds support for the latest Active Roles version, 7.4. Now you can use Configuration Transfer Wizard to move configuration data between Active Roles instances of version 6.7 or later, including version 7.4.

Solution components

Configuration Transfer Wizard includes the following components, which are installed during the solution setup:

  • Configuration Collection wizard
  • Configuration Deployment wizard
  • ARSconfig command-line tool

Configuration Collection wizard

Configuration Collection Wizard is intended to collect the Active Roles configuration data in a source environment. During the collection process, the selected Active Roles configuration objects are packed into an XML file referred to as configuration package.

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