When trying to schedule a workflow, you may encounter the following issue when using the "Start date" option in the "Schedule workflow" dialog box: The calendar view that opens may incorrectly show days of week. As a result, it is impossible to correctly determine the day of week a certain date falls upon.
You may encounter the error "Specified argument was out of the range of valid values. Parameter name: type" when running a workflow step that synchronizes data from source to target data system. For example, this issue may occur if the workflow step uses a PowerShell script to generate a value to assign to the target attribute, and the value type generated by the script is different from the value type accepted by the target attribute.
If a PowerShell script is used in a synchronization workflow to update the target object attribute value, the workflow may fail with the following error: "Value cannot be null. Parameter name: source."
You may observe the following issue when the Quick Connect Administration Console is configured to send notification e-mail messages about workflow runs completed with errors: Notification e-mail message may provide incorrect start date and end date for the failed workflow run.
When synchronizing user passwords from Active Directory to Quest One Identity Manager, Quick Connect Sync Engine may set passwords in Identity Manager to incorrect values. This issue only occurs if user passwords in your Active Directory environment are managed by Quest One Password Manager, and Password Manager has the Enforce Password History feature enabled.
A map operation may fail with the following error message: "Map operation aborted. Details: Timeout expired. The timeout period elapsed prior to completion of the operation or the server is not responding."
Your attempt to replace all owners of a distribution group in Microsoft Office 365 with new ones may fail with the error "Specified method is not supported."