You can unmap the objects that were mapped earlier.
To unmap objects
After the unmap operation completes, the Quick Connect Administration Console displays a report which provides information about the objects that participated in the unmap operation. At this stage, the application does not unmap the objects. To unmap them, you need to commit the result of the unmap operation.
You can click the number provided next to an object category name in the report to view the details of objects that belong to that category.
If your enterprise environment has multiple data management systems, each having its own password policy and dedicated user authentication mechanism, you may face one or more of the following issues:
With Quick Connect, you can eliminate these issues and significantly simplify password management in an enterprise environment that includes multiple data management systems.
Quick Connect provides a cost-effective and efficient way to synchronize user passwords from an Active Directory domain to other data systems used in your organization. As a result, users can access other data management systems using their Active Directory domain password. Whenever a user password is changed in the source Active Directory domain, this change is immediately and automatically propagated to other data systems, so each user password remains in sync in the data systems at all times.
You need to connect One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine to the data systems in which you want to synchronize passwords through special connectors supplied in Quick Connect packages (also known as bundles). For a list of data systems in which you can synchronize passwords by using a particular Quick Connect package, see the Quick Start Guide supplied with that package.
|NOTE: For instructions on how to automate password synchronization between two Active Directory domains, see the Quick Start Guide supplied with Quick Connect Express for Active Directory.|
To automatically synchronize passwords from an Active Directory domain to another data system, complete these steps:
Capture Agent tracks changes to the user passwords in the source Active Directory domain and provides this information to the Quick Connect Service (a component of the One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine), which in turn synchronizes passwords in the target connected systems you specify.
For more information on how to install Capture Agent, see Managing Capture Agent.
Alternatively, you can configure a connection to Quest ActiveRoles Server that manages the source Active Directory domain.
For more information about mapping objects, see Mapping objects.
Quick Connect automatically maps objects between the source Active Directory domain and the target connected system if you configure synchronization workflows to manage the provision and deprovision operations between the source AD domain (or Quest ActiveRoles Server that manages that domain) and the target connected system.
For more information on synchronization workflows, see Synchronizing identity data.
For more information, see Creating a password sync rule.
After you complete the above steps, the One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine starts to automatically track user password changes in the source AD domain and synchronize passwords in the target connected system.
If necessary, you can fine-tune the password synchronization settings by completing these optional tasks:
For more information, see Configuring Capture Agent.
For more information, see Configuring Quick Connect Service.
For more information, see Specifying a custom certificate for encrypting password sync traffic.
For more information, see Using PowerShell scripts with password synchronization.