Identity Manager 8.0 - Installation Guide

About this Guide One Identity Manager Overview Installation Prerequisites Installing the One Identity Manager Installing and Configuring the One Identity Manager Service Updating the One Identity Manager Installing and Updating a One Identity Manager Application Server Installing, Configuring and Maintaining the Web Portal Installing the Operations Support Web Portal Installing and Updating the Manager Web Application Logging into One Identity Manager Tools Troubleshooting Appendix: One Identity Manager Authentication Modules Appendix: Creating a One Identity Manager Database for a Test or Development Environment from a Database Backup Appendix: Manager Web Application Extended Configuration Appendix: Machine Roles and Installation Packages Appendix: Settings for a New SQL Server Database

Starting the Configuration Wizard

Starting the Configuration Wizard

IMPORTANT: Always start the Configuration Wizard on an administrative workstation. If you start the Configuration Wizard on a server on which you also want to configure a One Identity Manager Service, simply jump the section "Install service" for the local server in the Configuration Wizard.

To start the Configuration Wizard straight from the installation wizard.

  • Start the Configuration Wizard on the last page of the installation wizard.

To run the Configuration Wizard from the Windows Start menu

  • Select Start | One Identity | One Identity Manager | Configuration | Configuration Wizard.
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Creating a New SQL Server Database

Creating a New SQL Server Database

NOTE: Only execute these steps, if you want to set up a new database with the Configuration Wizard for which you are installing the One Identity Manager schema.

There must be a database with permission for installing a One Identity Manager database available. For more information, see Permissions for SQL Server Database Users.

To create a new database with the Configuration Wizard

  1. Start the Configuration Wizard.
  2. Select the option Create and install a database on the start page of the Configuration Wizard.
  3. Enter the data for logging into the database server on the Create administrative connection page.
    1. Select the database system SQL Server from Connection data.
    2. Enter the connection data for the database server.
      Table 19: Connection Data
      Input Description

      Server

      Database server.

      To deselect a database server

      • Enter the server name.

        - OR -

      • Select a server from the list.

      Windows Authentication

      Specifies whether Windows authentication is used.

      This type of authentication is not recommended. If you decide to use it anyway, ensure that your environment supports Windows authentication.

      User

      Database user.

      Password

      Database user password.

      NOTE: The connection data is transferred to the corresponding database entry in One Identity Manager on initial schema installation.

      NOTE: Use Extended to make further changes to the database connection configuration settings.

  4. Enter the information required for creating a new database on the Create database page.
    1. Enter the following database information in the "Database properties" section.
      Table 20: Database Properties
      Input Description

      Database name

      Name of the database.

      Data directory

      Directory for the data files. You can choose from:

      <default>

      The database server's default installation directory.

      <browse>

      Selecting a directory using the file browser.

      Directory name

      Directory already containing data files.

      Log directory

      Directory for the transaction log. You can choose from:

      <default>

      The database server's default installation directory.

      <browse>

      Selecting a directory using the file browser.

      Directory name

      Directory already containing transaction logs.

      Initial size

      Initial size of the database files. You can choose from:

      <default>

      Default database server preset.

      <custom>

      Spare.

      Different recommended sizes

      Depending on the number of employees to be managed.

    2. Select the directory with the installation files in the "Installation source" section.
  5. Select the configuration module on the Select configuration module.

    • If you started the Configuration Wizard from the install wizard, the configuration modules for the selected edition are already activated. Check the module selection in this case.
    • Select the configuration module at this point if you started the Configuration Wizard directly. Dependent configuration modules are selected automatically.
  6. Next step: The installation steps are shown in the Processing database page. Installation and configuration of the database is automatically carried out by the Configuration Wizard. For more information, see Editing the Database.
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Using an Existing Empty SQL Server Database

Using an Existing Empty SQL Server Database

NOTE: Execute this step, if you want to install the One Identity Manager schema for an existing database user with the Configuration Wizard.

There must be a database with permission for installing a One Identity Manager database available. For more information, see Permissions for SQL Server Database Users.

A database must be provided with the following settings:

  • Collation: SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS
  • Compatibility level: SQL Server 2016 (130)

To use an existing empty database in the Configuration Wizard

  1. Start the Configuration Wizard.
  2. Select the option Create and install a database on the start page of the Configuration Wizard.
  3. Enter the data for logging into the database server on the Create administrative connection page.
    1. Select the database system SQL Server from Connection data.
    2. Enable Advanced.
    3. Enable Use an existing database for installation.
    4. Enter the connection data for the database server.
      Table 21: SQL Server Database Connection Data
      Data Description

      Server

      Database server.

      Windows authentication

      Specifies whether Windows authentication is used.

      This type of authentication is not recommended. If you decide to use it anyway, ensure that your environment supports Windows authentication.

      User

      Database user.

      Password

      Database user password.

      Database

      Database.

      NOTE: The connection data is transferred to the corresponding database entry in One Identity Manager on initial schema installation.

      NOTE: Use Extended to make further changes to the database connection configuration settings.

    5. Select the directory with the installation files in the "Installation source" section.
  4. Select the configuration module on the Select configuration module.

    • If you started the Configuration Wizard from the install wizard, the configuration modules for the selected edition are already activated. Check the module selection in this case.
    • Select the configuration module at this point if you started the Configuration Wizard directly. Dependent configuration modules are selected automatically.
  5. Next step: The installation steps are shown in the Processing database page. Installation and configuration of the database is automatically carried out by the Configuration Wizard. For more information, see Editing the Database.
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Setting up a new Oracle Database User

Setting up a new Oracle Database User

NOTE: Only execute these steps, if you want to set up a new database user with the Configuration Wizard for which you are installing the One Identity Manager schema.

Use the Configuration Wizard to create a new database user on a database server. The schema is created for this database user during migration.

NOTE: An initial tablespace has to exist on the database server before a new database user can be created. The tablespace must have a block size of at least 8 kBytes.

To create a new database user

  1. Start the Configuration Wizard.
  2. Select the option Create and install a database on the start page of the Configuration Wizard.
  3. Enter the data for logging into the database server on the Create administrative connection page.
    1. Select the database system Oracle Database from Connection data.
    2. Enter the connection data for the Oracle instance.
      Table 22: Connection Data
      Input Description

      Server

      Database server.

      Port

      Oracle instance port.

      Service Name

      Service name.

      User

      Oracle user with SYSDBA permissions.

      Password

      User password.

  4. Enter the database user information on the page Create Oracle user.
    1. Enter the Oracle user’s properties.
      Table 23: Oracle User Properties
      Input Description

      User name

      Database user for which the schema should be created. This database user is used for the subsequent migration.

      Password

      Database user password.

      Password retry

      Database user password.

      Tablespace

      Tablespace, in which the schema should be created.

      Temp. Tablespace

      Tablespace, in which the schema should be created.

      The Configuration Wizard creates the database user with the required permissions.

    2. Select the directory with the installation files in the "Installation source" section.
  5. Select the configuration module on the Select configuration module.

    • If you started the Configuration Wizard from the install wizard, the configuration modules for the selected edition are already activated. Check the module selection in this case.
    • Select the configuration module at this point if you started the Configuration Wizard directly. Dependent configuration modules are selected automatically.
  6. Next step: The installation steps are shown in the Processing database page. Installation and configuration of the database is automatically carried out by the Configuration Wizard. For more information, see Editing the Database.
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