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Active Roles On Demand Hosted - Synchronization Service Administration Guide

Synchronization Service Overview Deploying Synchronization Service Getting started Connections to external data systems
External data systems supported out of the box
Working with Active Directory Working with an AD LDS (ADAM) instance Working with Skype for Business Server Working with Oracle Working with Exchange Server Working with Active Roles Working with One Identity Manager Working with a delimited text file Working with Microsoft SQL Server Working with Micro Focus NetIQ Directory Working with Salesforce Working with ServiceNow Working with Oracle Unified Directory Working with an LDAP directory service Working with IBM DB2 Working with IBM AS/400 Working with an OpenLDAP directory service Working with IBM RACF connector Working with MySQL database Working with an OLE DB-compliant relational database Working with SharePoint Working with Microsoft Office 365 Working with Microsoft Azure Active Directory Working with SCIM
Using connectors installed remotely Creating a connection Renaming a connection Deleting a connection Modifying synchronization scope for a connection Using connection handlers Specifying password synchronization settings for a connection
Synchronizing identity data Mapping objects Automated password synchronization Synchronization history Scenarios of use Appendix A: Developing PowerShell scripts for attribute synchronization rules Appendix B: Using a PowerShell script to transform passwords

Cmdlet naming conventions

All cmdlets are presented in verb-noun pairs. The verb-noun pair is separated by a hyphen (-) without spaces, and the cmdlet nouns are always singular. The verb refers to the action that the cmdlet performs. The noun identifies the entity on which the action is performed. For example, in the Get-QCObject cmdlet name, the verb is Get and the noun is QCObject. All the Management Shell cmdlets have the nouns prefixed with QC, to distinguish the Management Shell cmdlets from those provided by PowerShell itself or by other PowerShell modules.

Getting help

This section provides instructions on how to get help information for the cmdlets added by Management Shell to the Windows PowerShell environment.


Table 4:  To view help

To view this

Run this command

A list of all the Synchronization Service Management Shell cmdlets available to the shell.


Information about the parameters and other components of a Synchronization Service Management Shell cmdlet.

Run one of the following:

  • Get-QCCommand <CmdletName>
  • Get-Command <CmdletName>

NOTE: You can use wildcard character expansion. For example, to view information about the cmdlets with the names ending in Workflow, run this command: Get-Command *Workflow.

Basic help information for a Synchronization Service Management Shell cmdlet.

Get-Help <CmdletName>

Detailed help information for a Synchronization Service Management Shell cmdlet, including the descriptions of available parameters and usage examples.

Get-Help <CmdletName> -full

Basic information about how to use the help system in Windows PowerShell, including Help for the Synchronization Service Management Shell.



Connections to external data systems

External data systems supported out of the box

This section provides information on working with external data systems supported by Synchronization Service out of the box.

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