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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

Step 2: Create new SQL Server databases

In this step, you create new SQL Server databases in which One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine 5.5.0 will save its data. You can select to store the configuration settings and synchronization data either in a single new SQL Server database or in two separate databases.

To create new SQL Server databases

  1. Start the Quick Connect Administration Console.
  2. In the wizard that starts automatically, on the step titled Select a configuration method, select the Create a new configuration option.
  3. Follow the steps in the wizard to configure One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine.

    If you want to store the configuration settings and synchronization data in a single SQL Server database, on the step titled Specify where to store data, clear the Store sync data in a separate database check box.

    If you want to store the configuration settings and synchronization data in two separate databases, select that check box, and then specify the database in which you want to store the synchronization data.

Step 3: Import configuration settings

In this step, you use a tool supplied with One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine 5.5.0 to import configuration settings from the SQL Server databases used by the earlier version of One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine from which you upgrade. The configuration settings will be imported to the SQL Server databases you created in Step 2: Create new SQL Server databases.

To import configuration settings

  1. On the computer on which you installed One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine 5.5.0, start the Quick Connect Administration Console.
  2. In the upper right corner of the Quick Connect Administration Console, click
    Options | Import Configuration.
  3. Select the One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine version whose configuration settings you want to import.

    Optionally, you can select the Import sync history check box to import the sync history along with the configuration settings.

  4. Follow the steps in the wizard to complete the import operation.

    If the synchronization data you want to import is stored separately from the configuration settings, on the Specify source SQL Server databases step, select the Import sync data from the specified database check box, and then specify the database in the text box below.

Step 4: Upgrade Capture Agent on each DC

If you are using One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine to synchronize passwords between an Active Directory domain and other connected data systems, upgrade Capture Agent installed on each domain controller in the source Active Directory domain.

To upgrade Capture Agent

  1. On the domain controller, run one of the following files supplied with the One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine 5.5.0 installation package:
    • In a 32-bit edition of Windows, run the file QuickConnectCaptureAgent_x86.msi.
    • In a 64-bit edition of Windows, run the file QuickConnectCaptureAgent_x64.msi.
  2. Step through the wizard to complete the agent upgrade.

Silent installation

You can perform a silent installation of the following components:

  • One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine
  • Capture Agent

Before performing a silent installation, check the One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine Release Notes to make sure that your system meets the requirements for the components you want to install.

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