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Password Manager 5.9.5 - Administration Guide (AD LDS edition)

About Password Manager Getting Started Upgrading Password Manager Password Manager Architecture
Password Manager Components and Third-Party Solutions Typical Deployment Scenarios Password Manager in Perimeter Network Management Policy Overview Password Policy Overview reCAPTCHA Overview User Enrollment Process Overview Questions and Answers Policy Overview Data Replication Phone-Based Authentication Service Overview Configuring Management Policy
Management Policies
Checklist: Configuring Password Manager Understanding Management Policies Configuring Access to the Administration Site Configuring Access to the Self-Service Site Configuring Access to the Helpdesk Site Configuring Questions and Answers Policy Workflow Overview Custom Workflows Custom Activities Self-Service Workflows Helpdesk Workflows User Enforcement Rules
General Settings Password Policies One Identity Hybrid Subscription One Identity Starling Reporting Appendix A: Accounts Used in Password Manager for AD LDS Appendix B: Open Communication Ports for Password Manager for AD LDS Appendix C: Customization Options Overview Glossary

Appendix B: Open Communication Ports for Password Manager for AD LDS

Appendix B: Open Communication Ports for Password Manager for AD LDS

This section provides a list of communication ports that need to be open in the firewall for Password Manager to function properly.

Administration Site

  • Port 80 (Default HTTP) TCP Inbound
  • Port 443 (Default HTTPS) TCP Inbound/Outbound
  • Port 8081 TCP Inbound/Outbound
  • Port 25 (Default SMTP port) TCP Outbound
  • Port 135 TCP Inbound/Outbound

Legacy Self-Service site and Password Manager Self-Service site

The Password Manager Self-Service site has all functionality similar to the Legacy Self-Service site with a new and improved user interface. The Password Manager Self-Service site can co-exist along with the already existing Kegacy Self-Service site and it is possible to revert at any time to the Legacy Self-Service site.

Helpdesk Sites

  • Port 80 (Default HTTP) TCP Inbound
  • Port 443 (Default HTTPS) TCP Inbound/Outbound
  • Port 8081 TCP Inbound/Outbound

Password Manager Service

  • Port 53 (Outgoing DNS lookups) UDP Outbound
  • Port 88 (Kerberos Authentication) TCP/UDP Outbound
  • Port 389 (LDAP Access) TCP/UDP Outbound
  • Port 636 (LDAP Access) TCP Outbound
  • Port 137 (NetBIOS Name Service) TCP Outbound
  • Port 139 (NetBIOS Session Service) TCP Outbound

SQL Server

  • Port 1433 (SQL Server) TCP/UDP Outbound
  • Port 1434 (SQL Server Browser Service) TCP/UDP Outbound

Report Server

  • Port 80 (SQL Server Report Services) TCP Outbound

Email Notification

  • Port 25 (Default SMTP port) TCP Outbound

One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine

  • Port 808 TCP Outbound

Telesign

  • Port 443 TCP Outbound

Defender

  • Port specified in the activity settings (Authenticate with Defender) is used

Appendix C: Customization Options Overview

There are multiple ways to customize the Self-Service and Helpdesk sites. You can customize email notifications, change company and product logos and Web sites color scheme, etc.

The following customization options are available in Password Manager:

Customization of steps in Self-Service and Helpdesk tasks

Email notification customization

User agreement customization

Account search options customization

Web interface customization

Customization of Password Policies List

Customization of Password Strength Meter

Customization of Steps in Self-Service and Helpdesk Tasks

Customization of Steps in Legacy Self-Service site, Password Manager Self-Service site, and Helpdesk Tasks

The Password Manager Self-Service site has all functionality similar to the Legacy Self-Service site with a new and improved user interface. The Password Manager Self-Service site can co-exist along with the already existing Self-Service site and it is possible to revert at any time to the Legacy Self-Service site.

You can change the steps and the order of steps in self-service and helpdesk tasks by modifying the workflows that correspond to these tasks. For example, to modify the Forgot My Password task on the Self-Service site you need to modify the Forgot My Password workflow on the Administration site.

A workflow consists of activities; each activity can be configured independently of other activities. Almost each activity corresponds to a single step in a task, that is a single page in the wizard a user goes through to complete the task.

By adding and removing activities and changing activities’ order in a self-service workflow you can define what wizard pages and in what order users will go through when performing a task on the Self-Service site. The same applies to the Helpdesk site and helpdesk workflows.

To edit a workflow, open the workflow on the Administration site and add or remove activities in the workflow designer.

For more information on configuring workflows, see Workflow Structure.

For more information on modifying self-service workflows and activities, see Legacy Self-Service or Password Manager Self-Service site workflows

For more information on modifying helpdesk workflows and activities, see Helpdesk Workflows.

Email Notification Customization

Email Notification Customization

By adding the notification activities into a workflow, you can send notifications to users and administrators about successful or failed workflows. The following notification activities are available:

  • Email user if workflow succeeds
  • Email user if workflow fails
  • Email administrator if workflows succeeds
  • Email administrator if workflow fails

Password Manager offers user notification templates for all predefined workflows in 16 languages. You can customize the notification template by editing the Email user if workflow succeeds and Email user if workflow fails activities.

Templates are not provided for administrator notifications. To create administrator notifications, edit the Email administrator if workflows succeeds and Email administrator if workflow fails activities.

If you want to send email notifications in other languages, you can add more languages to the language list for the required notifications.

For more information on customizing email notifications, see Customizing Notifications.

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