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Identity Manager 8.1 - Installation Guide

About this Guide One Identity Manager overview Installation prerequisites Installing One Identity Manager Installing and configuring the One Identity Manager Service Automatic updating of One Identity Manager Updating One Identity Manager Installing and updating an application server Installing the API Server Installing, configuring and maintaining the Web Portal Installing and updating the Manager web application Logging in to One Identity Manager tools Error handling Appendix: Creating a One Identity Manager database for a test or development environment from a database backup Appendix: Extended configuration of the Manager web application Appendix: Machine roles and installation packages Appendix: Settings for a new SQL Server database

Configuring the automatic update for the Web Portal

NOTE: The following permissions are required for automatic updating:

  • The user account for updating requires write permissions for the application directory.
  • The user account for updating requires the local security policy Log on as a batch job.
  • The user account running the application pool requires the local security policies Replace a process level token and Adjust memory quotas for a process.

The automatic update is configured in the Web Designer Configuration Editor in the Automatic update area.

To configure the automatic update of the web application

  1. Open the Web Designer Configuration Editor.
  2. In the Automatic updates area, set the Enable automatic updates option.
  3. Define the user account for th automatic update. The user account is used to add or replace files in the application directory.

    • Use IIS credentials for update: Set this option to use the user account under which the application pool is executed for the updates.

    • Use other credentials for updates: To use a different user account, set this option. Specify the domain, the user name, and the user password.

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Advanced web settings

In the Web settings area of the Web Designer Configuration Editor, you configure the following web settings.

Table 46: Web setting

Setting

Description

HTML headers

HTTP header lines that the server outputs for every HTTP query.

After logging off

Page that is displayed after the user has logged off.

Close session after idle time (minutes)

Period of inactivity after which the session is closed.

NOTE: Enter the value 0 if you want the session to remain open despite being idle.

Compress HTTP transfer

Specifies whether the HTTP transfer takes place in compressed form.

Create Windows performance indicators

When you install a web application, performance counters are registered, which provide information about the state of the application. For detailed information, see the Using the performance indicators for monitoring.

Storing the cache directories

The storage of the cache directories is configured in the Web Designer Configuration Editor in the Cache area.

Table 47: Settings for cache directories

Setting

Description

Cache directory

Full path to the directory used for temporary saving of frequently used application contents.

Assembly Cache

Full path to the directory for caching assembler files.

Configuring the debugger service

For functions of the web application that support the debugging mode, a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) connection must be established. The permitted port range for the WCF connection is configured in the Web Designer Configuration Editor in the Debugger Service area.

To restrict the port range of the WCF connection

  1. Open the Web Designer Configuration Editor.
  2. In the Debugger service area, enable the Limit port range option and define the limits for the port using the connection.
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