Displaying locked employees and system users
If a user has exceeded the maximum number of failed logins, the employee or system user will not be able to log in to One Identity Manager.
Locked employees are displayed in the Manager in the Employees > Locked employees category. An additional message referring to the locked login is also displayed on the overview form for an employee.
Locked system users are displayed in the Designer in the Permissions > System users > Locked system users category. An additional message referring to the locked login is also displayed on the overview form for a system user.
You can reset the passwords of employees and system users who have been blocked in Password Reset Portal. This unlocks the employees and system users again. For more information, see the One Identity Manager Web Designer Web Portal User Guide and the One Identity Manager Web Application Configuration Guide.
Working with change labels
Define change labels under which changes are grouped together in order to swap data between development and test databases as well as the productive database. In the Database Transporter program, change labels are provided as an export criterion for creating custom configuration packages.
You can select individual objects from any objects in the database and book them to a change label. In certain cases, it is necessary to add the dependent objects to the change label as well. For example, if processes are being transported, the dependent process steps, process parameters, and events should also be transported. This is also true for approval policies, approval workflows, approval steps, and approval procedures.
Detailed information about this topic
Snapshots of objects or object references
Change labels contain changes to individual properties of an object at a certain point in time. Change labels may consist of:
Snapshot of an object at a certain point in time, optionally with dependent objects (default)
When you create a custom configuration package, the object is added to the transport package with all its properties. The properties contain the values given at the time they were added.
Object reference, optionally with all its dependent objects
When you create a custom configuration package, the object is added to the transport package with all its properties. The properties are determined at the time of export.
You specify whether an object is added to a change label as a snapshot or a reference when you save the assignment.
NOTE: Snapshots of objects and object references cannot be grouped together in one change label. Use different change labels for this.
Tips for working with change labels
You can create and edit change labels in different One Identity Manager tools. Note the following tips for working with change labels.
Be consistent about booking all the changes made to one object to the change label. It is not possible to add changes of individual properties to the change label at a later date.
Snapshots of objects and object references cannot be grouped together in one change label. Use different change labels for this.
Whether objects are assigned to a change label as snapshots or as references depends on the selected change labels
Normally, objects can be assigned to a change label beforehand or on saving. For example, in the Designer, you can assign a change label when you commit changes to the database.
In the Manager and in the Designer, you can assign objects to change labels in their properties dialog.
The Manager and in the Designer have their own edit dialog that allows more comprehensive editing of change labels.
To use change labels in the Manager, the Manager must be running in expert mode.