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Identity Manager Data Governance Edition 8.0 - Technical Insight Guide

Introduction Data Governance Edition Network Communications Data Governance service Data Governance agents Resource activity collection in Data Governance Edition QAM module tables Configurable configuration file settings
Data Governance service configuration file settings Data Governance agent configuration file settings
Configurable registry settings PowerShell commands
Adding the PowerShell snap-ins Finding component IDs Data Governance Edition deployment Service account management Managed domain deployment Agent deployment Managed host deployment Account access management Resource access management Governed data management Classification management
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Remove-QServiceConnectionPoint

Removes DataGovernance.Server service connection points (SCPs) found by the global catalog (GC) search in the Active Directory forest.

Note: This cmdlet can be helpful when you want to remove all Data Governance Edition SCPs from a single Data Governance Edition deployment or all deployments.

To re-create an SCP which you inadvertently removed, restart your Data Governance server.

Syntax:

Remove-QServiceConnectionPoint [-DeploymentId] [<String>]] [<CommonParameters>]

Table 111: Parameters
Parameter Description
DeploymentId

(Optional) Specify the deployment name assigned to the Data Governance instance whose SCP is to be removed. Typically, this value is DEFAULT.

If you do not specify this parameter, all service connection points in all Data Governance Edition deployments will be removed.

NOTE: Run the Get-QDeploymentInfo cmdlet to retrieve the deployment name (DeploymentId) assigned to a Data Governance Edition deployment.
Examples:
Table 112: Examples
Example Description
Remove-QServiceConnectionPoint Removes all service connection points in all deployments.

Remove-QServiceConnectionPoint -DeploymentId MyTestDeployment

Removes all service connection points in the Data Governance instance assigned to deployment "MyTestDeployment".

Set-QDeploymentInfo

Updates the deployment parameters for the Data Governance server.

Note: Changing the deployment identifier parameter can prevent the Data Governance service from communicating with existing agents. It is NOT recommended to change the deployment name of an existing Data Governance server.

Syntax:

Set-QDeploymentInfo [-DeploymentId [<String>]] [<CommonParameters>]

Table 113: Parameters
Parameter Description
DeploymentId

(Optional) Specify this parameter to change the name of the deployment to which this Data Governance server belongs.

NOTE: This deployment name must be unique within your Active Directory forest. It has a maximum length of 30 characters; and can only contain alphanumeric characters and underscores (no spaces allowed).

IMPORTANT: This is NOT the recommended approach. It is best to uninstall your entire Data Governance Edition deployment and reinstall using the Data Governance Configuration wizard, which comes with the One Identity Manager installation.

IMPORTANT: Any existing agents deployed by this Data Governance server will not be able to connect if you change the deployment name here. You must first uninstall all the agents and then change this value, restart the DataGovernance.Server service, and deploy new agents.
Examples:
Table 114: Examples
Example Description
Set-QDeploymentInfo -DeploymentId MainDeployment Changes the deployment name assigned to the Data Governance service to "MainDeployment".

Set-QEncryptionOptions

Encrypts the Data Governance service account.

Note: Only use this cmdlet if you have enabled encryption for the One Identity Manager database.

Syntax:

Set-QEncryptionOptions [-File] <String> [[-FIPSCompliantRSA] [<SwitchParameter>]] [[-RSA] [<SwitchParameter>]] [<CommonParameters>]

Table 115: Parameters
Parameter Description
File Specify the path to the file that contains the encryption key information.
FIPSCompliantRSA (Optional) Specify this parameter if FIPS compliant algorithm will be used.
RSA

(Optional) Specify this parameter if RSA compliant algorithm will be used.

Examples:
Table 116: Examples
Example Description
Set-QEncryptionOptions -File \\2k8R2DJSQL\C$\key -RSA Encrypts the Data Governance service account using RSA compliant algorithm.

Set-QServiceConnection

Sets the deployment name, server name and port information used by the Data Governance Edition commands to connect to the Data Governance server.

Note: This cmdlet must run before you can use any of the Data Governance Edition commands.

Syntax:

Set-QServiceConnection [-DeploymentId] [<String>]] [-ServerName [<String>]] [-Port [<String>]] [-Validate [<SwitchParameter>]] [<CommonParameters>]

Table 117: Parameters
Parameter Description
DeploymentId

(Optional) Specify the deployment name of the Data Governance Edition deployment you wish to connect.

If you are unsure of the deployment name, specify the server name (-ServerName parameter).

ServerName

(Optional) Specify the name of the server to be used by the Data Governance Edition commands. This can be specified in DNS, pre-Windows 2000 or IP address format.

If you are unsure of the server name, specify the deployment name (-DeploymentId parameter).

Port

(Optional) Specify the listening port in the Data Governance Edition service configuration. If this parameter is not specified, the default port (8722) is used.

If you are unsure of the port number, specify the deployment name (-DeploymentId parameter).

Validate

(Optional) Specify this parameter to change the flag that indicates whether to validate the connection.

Examples:
Table 118: Examples
Example Description
Set-QServiceConnection -ServerName qamautomem1 -Port 8722 Sets the service connection for a server on the computer named qamautomem1 on port 8722.
Set-QServiceConnection -DeploymentId MainDeployment Sets the service connection for a server in the MainDeployment deployment.
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