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Quick Connect Sync Engine 5.5 - Administrator Guide

One Identity Quick Connect Overview Deploying One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine Getting started Connections to external data systems Synchronizing identity data Mapping objects Automated password synchronization Synchronization history Scenarios of use Appendices

Provisioning Rules tab

Allows you to view or modify the rules used for provisioning objects. This tab has the following elements:

  • Initial Attribute Population Rules. Expand this element to view or modify the rules for populating the attributes of objects being provisioned.
  • Initial Password. Expand this element to view or modify how an initial password is generated for each object being provisioned.
  • User Account Options. Expand this element to view or modify the settings used for creating user accounts in the result of the provision operation.

You can use this tab to import or export initial attribute population rules.

To export a population rule to a file

  1. In the list of configured attribute population rules, select the rule you want to export.
  2. Click More, and then click Export.
  3. In the Save As dialog box, specify an XML file to store the rule.

To import a population rule from a file

  1. Expand Initial Attribute Population Rules, click More, and then click Import.
  2. Use the Open dialog box to open the XML file that stores the population rule to import.

Deprovisioning Rules tab

Allows you to select a method for deprovisioning objects. You can select Delete target objects to delete the target objects if the source objects meet the criteria specified earlier in the wizard or Modify target objects to modify the target objects using the rules configured in the options below:

  • Rules to Modify Object Attributes. Expand this option to set up a list of rules to modify the attributes of target objects. For more information, see Modifying attribute values by using rules.
  • Rules to Move Objects. Expand this option to specify the location to which you want to move objects. Click the down arrow on the button, and then select one of the following:
    • Browse. Click to locate and select a single target container.
    • PowerShell Script. Click to compose a PowerShell script that calculates the target container name.
    • Rule. Click to configure a set of rules for selecting target containers.
    • Use Mapping. Click to define a target container based on the mapping of the source object.
    • Clear. Click to use an empty value.
  • Rules to Rename Objects. Expand this option to set up a list of rules to rename objects.

Updating Rules Tab

Allows you to view or modify the rules used for updating objects. This tab has the following elements:

  • Rules to Modify Object Attributes. Allows you to view or change the list of rules used to modify the attributes of target objects. For more information, see Modifying attribute values by using rules.
  • Rules to Move Objects. Allows you to specify the location to which you want to move objects. Click the down arrow on the button, and then select one of the following:
    • Browse. Click to locate and select a single target container.
    • PowerShell Script. Click to compose a PowerShell script that calculates the target container name.
    • Rule. Click to configure a set of rules for selecting target containers.
    • Use Mapping. Click to define a target container based on the mapping of the source object.
    • Clear. Click to use an empty value.
  • Rules to Rename Objects. Allows you to view or change the list of rules used to rename target objects. For more information, see Generating object names by using rules.

Step Handlers tab

Allows you to create, modify, or delete handlers for the workflow step. For more information on step handlers, see Using workflow step handlers. This tab has the following elements:

  • Add handler. Starts a wizard that helps you add a new handler for the workflow step. By default, the wizard creates a new handler that runs your PowerShell script.
  • Disable. Disables the step handler.
  • Enable. Enables the step handler.
  • Move up. Moves the step handler one position up in the list.
  • Move down. Moves the step handler one position down in the list.
  • Delete. Deletes the step handler.
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