The following Data Governance service configuration settings can be configured in the DataGovernanceEdition.Service.exe.config file in the server directory: %ProgramFiles%\One Identity\One Identity Manager Data Governance Edition\Server.
Sets the agent lease renewal interval.
Sets the default DFS synchronization interval.
|Allows the Data Governance service to access service account credentials directly from the database.
Can be used to disable the automatic perceived owner calculation for governed data.
|Defines whether to enable the resolution of DFS links pointing to EMC Isilon CIFS device’s folder.
|Defines whether to enable reading of access groups and their associated permissions directly from network share for resource access requests for DFS links.
Controls how the Data Governance server deals with the security that backs folders.
Defines the batch size used to delete managed hosts and their associated resources and resource activity records from the database.
Defines the server messaging cache location.
Sets the metrics collection interval.
Specifies the minimum supported module migration version.
Specifies the number of records to be imported at a time during a bulk import for an Oracle database.
NOTE: Oracle Database support was deprecated beginning with One Identity Manager 8.1. Do not use.
Defines the time period (in days) to look for past resource activity to determine perceived owners.
Indicates the primary source for calculating perceived owners: resource activity history or security information.
Indicates whether the access control list owner within the target system should be considered as a perceived owner suggestion.
Sets the perceived ownership update interval.
Defines the maximum number of perceived ownership suggestions returned as a result of calculating perceived owners for a resource.
|Defines how long the Data Governance service should wait for results from the RemoteExecutor before timing out.
Specifies the DNS host name of the Windows Server to be used for deploying remote agent for cloud hosts.
|Sets the communication port for HTTP protocol and REST services. (Communications with PowerShell and One Identity Manager clients and web server.)
|Defines the suggested maximum number of agent instances on a given computer.
|Sets the managed domain and security information cache refresh interval.
|Debug setting used to log the complete Alias table used for the query.
Indicates whether groups not published to the IT Shop are displayed in self-service web portal.
Indicates whether groups not synchronized with One Identity Manager are displayed in self-service web portal.
Indicates whether self-service requests are enabled.
Indicates whether the suitability trace information is to be included as a property in the self-service request results.
Indicates whether the suitability integer is to be shown in the user interface when self-service groups are returned.
Defines the maximum number of self-service groups that can be returned for consideration.
Specifies the lowest possible suitability score to be used when returning self-service groups.
|Sets the stale POI information check interval.
|Indicates whether the changed resource synchronization should be ignored.
|Indicates whether deviations are to be included in POI query.
|Defines the maximum number of simultaneous POI queries to be performed.
|Sets the amount of time before a resource is considered to be overdue for POI collection.
|Defines the threshold on which a query is sent to the agent.
|Sets the amount of time before a POI query expires.
|Defines the maximum number of resources to be returned from a POI query.
Allows you to specify additional operating systems so that those hosts can be added as generic managed hosts
In addition to the server, POI collection, and self-service settings listed above, you will find the following settings in the Data Governance service configuration file:
- Activity compression utility and activity deletion utility configuration. For more information on enabling and configuring these database utilities, see Resource Activity database maintenance.
- Activity weight multipliers used for calculating a resource's perceived owner. For more information on the activity weight multipliers, see Activity weight multipliers. For more information on configuring the perceived owner calculation, see the One Identity Manager Data Governance Edition User Guide.
- Self-service suitability calculators for determining the "best fit" groups for providing resource access. For more information, see Self-service suitability calculation multipliers.