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Quick Connect for Cloud Services 3.5 - Administrator Guide

Installing Quick Connect for Cloud Services Working with Google Apps Working with Google Postini Services Working with Microsoft Office 365 Working with Salesforce Working with ServiceNow Working with Windows Azure Active Directory Working with Workday

Attributes Provided for User

Attributes Related to License Plans and Services

<LicensePlanNameOnGUI> - <ServiceNameOnGUI>
LicensePlanNameOnGUI is the license plan name as it is displayed on the Office 365 user interface.
ServiceNameOnGUI is the service name as it is displayed below the corresponding license plan on the Office 365 user interface.
<LicensePlanName>-<ServiceName>
LicensePlanName is the license plan name in the form used by the Microsoft Office 365 cmdlets for Windows PowerShell.
ServiceName is the service name in the corresponding licence plan. The service name is displayed in the form used by the Microsoft Office 365 cmdlets for Windows PowerShell.
True. Specifies that the service is selected in the corresponding licence plan in Office 365.
False. Specifies that the service is selected in the corresponding license plan in Office 365.
If necessary, you can modify the display names of Office 365 license plans and services that appear in the Quick Connect Administration Console. These display names are part of the Office 365 Connector schema and saved in the file O365LicensePlansServices.xml located in the Office 365 Connector installation folder (by default, this is %ProgramFiles%\Quest Software\Quest One Quick Connect\Office365Connector).
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Open the file O365LicensePlansServices.xml located in the Quick Connect installation folder (by default, this is %ProgramFiles%\Quest Software\Quest One Quick Connect).
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In the appropriate XML elements, modify the values of the PlanDisplayName and ServiceDisplayName attributes as necessary. See the following table for more information about the XML elements used in the file:
PlanName. The license plan name in the form used by the Microsoft Office 365 cmdlets for Windows PowerShell.
PlanDisplayName. The license plan name as it displays in the Quick Connect Administration Console.
ServiceName. The service name in the form used by the Microsoft Office 365 cmdlets for Windows PowerShell.
ServiceDisplayName. The service name as it displays in the Quick Connect Administration Console.

Other Attributes

None. Specifies to exclude the user from directory searches.
SearchEnabled. Specifies to include the user in directory searches.
TRUE. Specifies that user’s Microsoft Online Services ID is disabled and the user cannot sign in and use Office 365 services.
FALSE (default). Specifies that user’s Microsoft Online Services ID is enabled and the user can sign in and use Office 365 services.
TRUE. Specifies that the user must change their password the next time the user signs in to Microsoft Office 365.
FALSE (default). Specifies that the user does not have to change their password the next time the user signs in to Microsoft Office 365.
TRUE (default). Specifies that the user’s password never expires.
FALSE. Specifies that the user’s password periodically expires.

Working with Salesforce

To create a connection to Salesforce, you need to use Quick Connect Sync Engine in conjunction with a special connector called Salesforce Connector. This connector is included in the Quick Connect for Cloud Services package.
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