NOTE: This document lists only the On Demand-specific changes of Active Roles On Demand. For more information on the resolved issues of Active Roles 7.5.3, see Resolved issues in the Active Roles 7.5.3 Release Notes.
The 30 May 2022 release of Active Roles On Demand has no resolved issues compared to the previous release.
This document lists only the On Demand-specific changes of Active Roles On Demand
. For more information on the known issues of Active Roles 7.5.3
, see Known issues
in the Active Roles 7.5.3 Release Notes
The 30 May 2022 release of Active Roles On Demand has the following known issues:
Table 1: Active Roles On Demand known issues
When opening the Logging settings of the Active Roles Configuration Center, the Logging page will be blank.
Contact the One Identity Cloud Operations Team if you need to change your logging settings.
Active Roles On Demand system requirements
One Identity Active Roles On Demand provides its core features in a SaaS-delivered model. Therefore, you do not need to install the Active Roles Administration Service and the Active Roles Web Interface components on-premises.
However, to access, configure and maintain the Active Roles On Demand solution, you must install certain client-based Active Roles components on-premises with the indicated system requirements.
Before using the 30 May 2022 release of Active Roles On Demand, ensure that you meet the following requirements.
Active Roles Management Tools
Active Roles Management Tools is a composite component, providing the following client-based tools to configure and manage your Active Roles deployment:
Table 2: Active Roles Management Tools system requirements
Intel x86, Intel 64 (EM64T) or AMD64 processor, 1 GHz or faster.
1 GB or more.
Microsoft Windows Server 2022, 2019, or 2016 (Standard or Datacenter edition).
Microsoft Windows 8.1 or 10 (Professional or Enterprise edition, 32-bit or 64-bit).
NOTE: Active Roles is not supported on Windows Server Core installations.
Windows Management Framework
Visual C++ 2017 Redistributable
Microsoft Windows Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) for AD is required to manage Terminal Services user properties with Active Roles Management Shell or Active Roles Management Tools.
Active Roles Configuration Center provides a single solution for configuring the Active Roles Administration Service instances and Active Roles Web Interface sites, allowing administrators to perform the core configuration tasks from a single location. These include the following:
Creating and configuring the Active Roles Administration Service and the default cloud-based Active Roles Web Interface sites.
Managing the core Active Roles Administration Service settings, such as the Active Roles administrator account, service account, and database connection.
Managing the core Active Roles Web Interface settings, such as the site address on the web server and its configuration object in the Active Roles Administration Service.
Logging options for troubleshooting Active Roles components.
NOTE: Currently, when opening the Logging settings of the Active Roles Configuration Center, the Logging page will be blank. As a workaround, contact the One Identity Cloud Operations Team if you need to change your logging settings.
The Starling Join feature, enabling Active Roles to connect to the One Identity Starling Cloud Platform and integrate with additional One Identity products for additional functionality.
Active Roles Management Shell
A set of Management PowerShell cmdlets, providing a means for executing and automating tasks in Active Roles and covering three key areas:
Active Roles SDK
The Active Roles SDK, providing samples and documentation for developers to help them:
The Active Directory Services Interface (ADSI) Provider enables custom user interfaces and applications to access Active Directory services through Active Roles. ADSI Provider translates client requests into DCOM calls and interacts with the Active Roles Administration Service.
The Active Roles ADSI Provider allows custom scripts and applications (such as web-based applications) to communicate with Active Directory, while taking full advantage of the security, workflow integration and reporting benefits of Active Roles.
The data exposed by Active Roles ADSI Provider is organized in a namespace identical to the namespace of the Windows system LDAP provider. The name of the Active Roles ADSI Provider namespace is EDMS://, instead of using the Microsoft LDAP:// namespace).