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Identity Manager Data Governance Edition 8.0 - Technical Insight Guide

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additionalOperatingSystems

This parameter allows you to specify additional operating systems so that those hosts can be added as generic managed hosts.

NOTE: Generic Managed Host functionality is meant to allow for the scanning of SMB shares and subfolers that are hosted on servers on an Active Directory joined computer. In order to be a Generic Managed Host, the server must be synchronized into the ADSMachine table, with the ADSMachine.DNSHostName set.
Table 15: Configuration setting: additionalOperatingSystems
Configuration file %ProgramFiles%\One Identity\One Identity Manager Data Governance Edition\Server\DataGovernanceEdition.Service.exe.config
Section name <customHostParameters>
Setting

<customHostParameters>

  <additionalOperatingSystems>

    <!--<operatingSystem value="<MyOperatingSystem"/>-->

  </additionalOperatingSystems>

</customHostParameters

Value

When the operatingSystem line is left as is (as a comment), Data Governance Edition does not recognize unsupported host types and therefore they can not be added as a generic managed host.

When the operatingSystem line is no longer commented out and you specify the operating system for the hosts you want to manage, they will appear as an Unknown host type in the Managed Host view which can then be added as a generic managed host.

How to modify

If you do not see the host you want to manage listed in the Managed Host view, edit this parameter as follows:

  • Remove the commented operatingSystem line and replace it with a line that specifies the operating system value for the host you want to manage. That is, the string found in the ADSMachine.OperatingSystem field. For example, if the host you want to manage has the operating system field "My OS", edit this setting as follows:

    <customHostParameters>

      <additionalOperatingSytems>

        <operatingSystem value="My OS"/>

      </additionalOperatingSystems>

    </customHostParameters>

    This will include all machines that contain the string "My OS" in its operating system field.

  • If you want to specify an exact match, include the isExact parameter as follows:

    <customHostParameters>

      <additionalOperatingSytems>

        <operatingSystem value="My OS" isExact="true"/>

      </additionalOperatingSystems>

    </customHostParameters>

All of the hosts found using this filter will now appear in the Managed Hosts view as Unknown host type.

AgentLeaseRenewPeriod

This key defines the refresh rate (in minutes) at which the server checks for expired agent leases. This key is used by the AgentLeaseManager internal service that handles agent lease management.

Table 16: Configuration setting: AgentLeaseRenewPeriod
Configuration file %ProgramFiles%\One Identity\One Identity Manager Data Governance Edition\Server\DataGovernanceEdition.Service.exe.config
Section name <appSettings>
Setting <add key ="AgentLeaseRenewPeriod" value="5"/>
Value

Default: 5 minutes

How to modify Replace the value as required.

CollectPoi.CheckFrequencyInMinutes

This key defines the frequency (in minutes) at which the server checks for stale points of interest (POI) information. This key is used by the InfrastructureManagement internal service that handles general infrastructure management, including contacting the agent to retrieve POI information on governed resources.

Table 17: Configuration setting: CollectPoi.CheckFrequencyInMinutes
Configuration file %ProgramFiles%\One Identity\One Identity Manager Data Governance Edition\Server\DataGovernanceEdition.Service.exe.config
Section name <appSettings>
Setting <add key ="CollectPoi.CheckFrequencyInMinutes" value="10"/>
Value

Default: 10 minutes

How to modify Replace the value as required.

CollectPoi.IgnoreChangedResourceSynchronization

This key checks the configuration settings to see whether the changed resource synchronization should be ignored. This key is used by the InfrastructureManagement internal service that handles general infrastructure management, including contacting the agent to retrieve points of interest (POI) information on governed resources.

Table 18: Configuration setting: CollectPoi.IgnoreChangeResourcesSynchronization
Configuration file %ProgramFiles%\One Identity\One Identity Manager Data Governance Edition\Server\DataGovernanceEdition.Service.exe.config
Section name <appSettings>
Setting <add key ="CollectPoi.IgnoreChangedResourceSynchronization" value="false"/>
Value

Valid values:

  • false: do not ignore the changed resource synchronization (default)
  • true: ignore the changed resource synchronization
How to modify Replace the value as required.
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