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Identity Manager 9.2 - Administration Guide for Connecting Unix-Based Target Systems

Managing Unix-based systems Synchronizing Unix-based target systems Managing Unix user accounts and identities Managing memberships in Unix groups Login credentials for Unix user accounts Mapping Unix objects in One Identity Manager Handling of Unix objects in the Web Portal Basic data for Unix-based target systems Configuration parameters for managing Unix-based target systems Default project template for Unix-based target systems Unix connector settings

Editing the synchronization project for a Unix host

Synchronization projects in which a host is already used as a base object can also be opened in the Manager. You can, for example, check the configuration or view the synchronization log in this mode. The Synchronization Editor is not started with its full functionality. You cannot run certain functions, such as, running synchronization or simulation, starting the target system browser and others.

NOTE: The Manager is locked for editing throughout. To edit objects in the Manager, close the Synchronization Editor.

To open an existing synchronization project in the Synchronization Editor

  1. In the Manager, select the Unix > Hosts category.

  2. Select the host in the result list. Select the Change main data task.

  3. Select the Edit synchronization project task.

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Displaying the Unix hosts overview

Use this task to obtain an overview of the most important information about a host.

To obtain an overview of a host

  1. In the Manager, select the Unix > Hosts category.

  2. Select the host in the result list.

  3. Select Unix host overview.

Displaying Unix login shells

This information about a host's login shells is loaded into One Identity Manager and cannot be edited. You can use login shells when setting up user accounts.

To display login shells

  1. In the Manager, select the Unix > Hosts > <host name> > Login shells category.

  2. Select the login shell in the result list.

  3. Select the Unix login shell overview task.

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Unix user accounts

You can use One Identity Manager to manage your local Unix-based target system user accounts. User accounts obtain the required access permissions to the resources through membership in groups.

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