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Quick Connect for Cloud Services 3.7 - Administrator Guide

Installing One Identity 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 Appendix A: Synching Multiple Owners attributes to Google Owners attributes

Objects and attributes specific to Microsoft Office 365 services

Working with Microsoft Office 365 > Objects and attributes specific to Microsoft Office 365 services

In the Microsoft Office 365 connection settings, you can select the services you want to work with, such as SharePoint Online, Exchange Online, or Lync Online.

The next table describes the object types and attributes that become available in the Quick Connect Administration Console user interface when you select a particular check box in the connection settings. The objects and object attributes not mentioned in the table are always available in the Quick Connect Administration Console user interface.

 

Table 33: Objects and attributes specific to Microsoft Office 365 services

Check box

Related objects

Related attributes

SharePoint Online

SPOSiteGroup

All

SPOWebTemplate

All

SPOTenant

All

Exchange Online

Contact

All

DistributionGroup

All

DynamicDistributionGroup

All

User

Manager

Lync Online

ClientPolicy

All

ConferencingPolicy

All

ExternalAccessPolicy

All

HostedVoicemailPolicy

All

VoicePolicy

All

PresencePolicy

All

User

  • AudioVideoDisabled
  • ClientPolicy
  • ConferencingPolicy
  • Enabled
  • EnterpriseVoiceEnabled
  • ExchangeArchivingPolicy
  • ExternalAccessPolicy
  • HostedVoicemailPolicy
  • LineURI
  • LineServerURI
  • PresencePolicy
  • PrivateLine
  • RegistrarPool
  • RemoteCallControlTelephonyEnabled
  • SipAddress
  • VoicePolicy

How Microsoft Office 365 Connector works with data

Working with Microsoft Office 365 > How Microsoft Office 365 Connector works with data

To read and write data in Microsoft Office 365, the Microsoft Office 365 Connector relies on the functionality provided by the cmdlets supplied with Windows Azure Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell (previously known as Microsoft Online Services Module for Windows PowerShell), PowerShell Module for Lync Online, and SharePoint Online Management Shell. As a result, the connector can only work with data supported by those cmdlets.

Please note that for this reason, the connector cannot work with the following:

  • Objects written to Microsoft Office 365 by the Windows Azure Active Directory Sync tool.
  • Password hashes.

Working with Salesforce

Working with Salesforce

To create a connection to Salesforce, you need to use One Identity 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.

The Salesforce Connector supports the following features:

 

Table 34: Supported features

Feature

Supported

Bidirectional synchronization

Allows you to read and write data in the connected data system.

Yes

Delta processing mode

Allows you to process only the data that has changed in the connected data system since the last synchronization operation, thereby reducing the overall synchronization operation time.

No

Password synchronization

Allows you to synchronize user passwords from an Active Directory domain to the connected data system.

Yes

Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) data encryption

Uses SSL to encrypt data that is transmitted between One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine and connected data system.

Yes

In the next sections:

For instructions on how to rename a connection, delete a connection, synchronize passwords in a connected data system, or modify synchronization scope for a connection, see the Quick Connect Administrator Guide.

Creating a Salesforce connection

Working with Salesforce > Creating a Salesforce connection

To create a new connection

  1. In the Quick Connect Administration Console, open the Connections tab.
  2. Click Add connection, and then use the following options:
    • Connection name. Type a descriptive name for the connection.
    • Use the specified connector. Select Salesforce Connector.
  3. Click Next.
  4. Specify connection settings by using the following options:
    • Connect to Salesforce Sandbox. Select this check box if you want to connect to your Salesforce testing environment. If you want to connect to production environment, make sure this check box is cleared. For more information about Salesforce Sandbox, see the Salesforce documentation.
    • User name. Type the user name of the account with which you want to access Salesforce. The account must have the System Administrator profile in the target Salesforce system.
    • Password. Type the password of the account with which you want to access Salesforce.
    • Security token. Enter the security token provided to you by Salesforce. For more information on what a security token is and how to obtain it, see the Salesforce documentation.
    • Use a proxy server for your LAN. Select this check box if your LAN uses a proxy server, and then enter the proxy server address in the Proxy server box.
    • Use credentials for proxy. Select this check box if your proxy server requires authentication. Use the appropriate text boxes to specify the user name and password with which you want to authenticate.
    • Test Connection. Click this button to verify the specified connection settings.
  5. Click Finish to create a connection to Salesforce.
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