Authentication Services 4.1.7 - ActiveRoles Integration Pack Release Notes

Release Notes

Authentication Services ActiveRoles Integration Pack 2.1.x

ActiveRoles Integration Release Notes

November 2018

These release notes provide information about the Authentication Services ActiveRoles Integration Pack release.

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About this release

ActiveRoles Server offers a practical approach to automated user provisioning and administration, for maximum security and efficiency. It provides total control of user provisioning and administration for Active Directory.

Authentication Services extends the capabilities of UNIX, Linux and Mac systems to seamlessly and transparently join Active Directory and integrate Unix identities with Active Directory Windows accounts.

Through the Authentication Services ActiveRoles Integration Pack, ActiveRoles Server extends management control to Unix and Linux identities such as Unix-enabled users and groups. Query-based management views show all of the identities, business rules ensure and enforce appropriate administrative practices, permission templates make it easy to delegate identity management.

For more information about this Authentication Services ActiveRoles Integration Pack, refer to the Authentication Services ActiveRoles Integration Pack Administration Guide included with the release package.

Enhancements

Enhancements

The Authentication Services ActiveRoles Integration Pack code was recompiled using the latest software development tools so that it is now compatible with ActiveRoles Server versions 7.0 or higher.

Resolved issues

Resolved issues

The following is a list of issues addressed in this release.

Table 1: General resolved issues
Resolved Issue
Added support for Active Roles 7.3.

System Requirements

System requirements

Before installing Authentication Services ActiveRoles Integration Pack, ensure that your system meets the minimum hardware and software requirements for your platform. The operating system patch level, hardware, and disk requirements vary by Unix, Linux, and Active Directory platform, and are details in the One Identity Authentication Services Administration Guide in the docs directory of the product DVD.

Use of RFC 2307 attributes in the user object and for storage of NIS maps requires the installation of the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 schema.

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