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Identity Manager Data Governance Edition 8.1.1 - IT Shop Resource Access Requests User Guide

Introduction Resource access requests Share creation requests Appendix: PowerShell commands

Remove-QServerSelectionScript

Removes a server selection script from the Data Governance Edition deployment.

Syntax:

Remove-QServerSelectionScript -Id <String> [<CommonParameters>]

Table 67: Parameters
Parameter Description
Id

Specify the ID (GUID format) of the server selection script to be removed.

NOTE: Run the Get-QServerSelectionScript cmdlet without any parameters to retrieve a list of available server selection scripts and associated IDs.
Examples:
Table 68: Examples
Example Description
Remove-QServerSelectionScript 2196674d-e227-4ce9-af29-1bb9f69a7718 Removes the random node server selection script from the database.

Set-QServerSelectionScript

Updates an existing server selection script in the Data Governance Edition deployment.

Syntax:

Set-QServerSelectionScript -Id <String> [-DialogScriptID [<String>]] -Name <String> [<CommonParameters>]

Table 69: Parameters
Parameter Description
Id

Specify the ID (GUID format) of the server selection script to be updated.

NOTE: Run the Get-QServerSelectionScript cmdlet without any parameters to retrieve a list of available server selection scripts and associated IDs.
DialogScriptID (Optional) Specify this parameter to change the script to be run to determine an eligible server to create the share on. Enter the value assigned to a pre-defined script.
Examples:
Table 70: Examples
Example Description
Set-QServerSelectionScript -Id "2196674d-e227-4ce9-af29-1bb9f69a7718" -DialogScriptID "QAM-381B1818DC66DC367DA5AA2DA30663B1" Updates the specified server selection script.

Share root path management

A managed share root path defines root paths that a share could be created under for a given local managed host (QAMNode). Available managed share root paths appear on the Managed Share Root Path dialog when the Data Governance Administrator selects to assign a root path on the File Share page of the New File Share dialog.

Note: Only local managed hosts are supported at this time.

Note: You must add a share root path prior to creating a file system share request in the IT Shop. For more information, see Setting up share creation requests.

The following commands are available to manage your group containers, which are used in file system share requests in the IT Shop. For full parameter details and examples, click a command in the table or see the command help, using the Get-Help command.

Table 71: Share root path management commands

Use this command

If you want to

Add-QManagedShareRootPath

Add a managed share root path to the Data Governance Edition deployment.

Get-QManagedShareRootPath

Retrieve a managed share root path from the Data Governance Edition deployment.

NOTE: You can retrieve a specific share root path or a list of all managed share root paths in the database.
Remove-QManagedShareRootPath Remove a managed share root path from the Data Governance Edition deployment.
Set-QManagedShareRootPath Update an existing managed share root path in the Data Governance Edition deployment.

Add-QManagedShareRootPath

Adds a new managed share root path in the Data Governance Edition deployment to define where a share for the specified managed host (QAMNode) is to be created under.

Syntax:

Add-QManagedShareRootPath -QAMNodeID <String> -RootPath <String> [-Description [<String>]] [<CommonParameters>]

Table 72: Parameters
Parameter Description
QAMNodeID Specify the ID (GUID format) of the managed host (QAMNode) to which the path applies.
RootPath

Specify the root path to be used for new file shares, for example D$\ShareRoot1.

NOTE: Only local managed hosts are supported at this time. Do not include the machine name as part of the path.
Description (Optional) Specify a description for the shared root path.
Examples:
Table 73: Examples
Example Description
Add-QManagedShareRootPath -QAMNode db9d52d9-8ef1-44b4-8941-47bd5223388c -RootPath D$\ShareRoot4 Adds a new share root path, D$\ShareRoot4 to the managed host with the GUID db9d52d9-8ef1-44b4-8941-47bd5223388c.
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