You can also change the name of the storage container (by default, PMReplication) and the location for storing this container (by default, the Users container of a managed application directory partition), and the names of user accounts used to store data segments.
|Caution: Editing the configuration file may cause serious problems. It is recommended to back up the file before modifying it. Edit the QPM.Service.Host.exe.config file at your own risk.|
To change replication settings
- On the computer where Password Manager is installed, open the QPM.Service.Host.exe.config file located in the <Password Manager installation folder>\Service folder with a text editor.
- In the replication node, specify the following:
- To divide the configuration data into segments by a segment size, set the packetLimitMode to LimitSize (packetLimitMode="LimitSize").
- To divide the configuration data into segments by a number of segments, set the packetLimitMode to LimitCount (packetLimitMode="LimitCount").
- If you set the packetLimitMode to LimitSize, specify the maximum segment size in bytes in the maxPacketSize parameter. For example, maxPacketSize="100000". Set the maxPacketsCount parameter to zero (maxPacketsCount="0").
- If you set the packetLimitMode to LimitCount, specify the maximum number of segments to be created in the maxPacketsCount parameter. For example, maxPacketCount="10". Note, that this value must be greater than 1. Set the maxPacketsSize parameter to zero (maxPacketsSize="0").
- In the storageManager node, specify the following:
- To change the name of the storage container, in the storageContainerReplicationPath element specify the required name. The default value is CN=PMReplication.
- To change the container for storing replication data, in the storageContainerPath element specify the required container. The default value is CN=Users.
- To change the names of user accounts used to store data segments, in the storageContainerPartName element specify the required name. The default value is strg.
- Save the QPM.Service.Host.exe.config file.
- Restart the Password Manager Service in the Services console. Type services.msc at a command prompt, select Password Manager for AD LDS Service in the console, and click Restart.
- Repeat steps 1-4 on each instance belonging to a Password Manager realm.