The following is a list of issues, including those attributed to third-party products, known to exist at the time of release.
Table 2. Known issues Unexpected behavior when you use an attribute of type "String, Object Reference" provided by the Exchange Server Connector to update data in Exchange Server:Quick Connect updates data in Exchange Server each time you run the synchronization workflow step that includes the attribute, even through no data synchronization is required.- You synchronize data from a source string attribute to the target attribute of type "String, Object Reference" provided by the Exchange Server Connector.Observed result: The synchronization step updates the same attribute value as in step 1, even though the attribute value requires no synchronization. Unexpected behavior of a workflow step that updates the ExternalMessage attribute in Microsoft Exchange Server with a plain text value: Each time you run the step, it updates the ExternalMessage attribute value, although the attribute value is up to date.The cause of this behavior is that Exchange Server uses HTML tags to surround the plain text value you write to the ExternalMessage attribute. As a result, the value written to the ExternalMessage attribute is different from the original source plain text value known to Quick Connect, which triggers the update operation.where [AttributeValue] is the actual value of the ExternalMessage attribute.
Before installing and using One Identity Quick Connect Express for Active Directory 5.5.0, ensure that your system meets the following minimum hardware and software requirements.
Your computer must run one of the following operating systems with or without any Service Pack (32- or 64-bit edition): If you plan to use the Exchange Server Connector, make sure your computer has the following software installed: