After installing the Integration Pack, whenever you select a user or group in the ActiveRoles Server Web interface, a new menu entry appears called Unix Properties. If you do not see this menu entry, ensure that you configured the web site for Authentication Services ActiveRoles Integration.
To configured the web site for Authentication Services ActiveRoles Integration
If you still do not see the Unix Properties extension
To see the Customization link on the ActiveRoles Server web interface on Windows 2008 R2, run the browser with elevated privileges.
The Web interface extensions for the Integration Pack are based on ActiveRoles virtual attributes. This allows the Unix attributes to map to the correct LDAP attributes in Active Directory based on the Authentication Services configuration. However, if the virtual attribute maps to a read-only LDAP attribute then any changes to the virtual attribute will not be propagated to the directory. User and group objects from unmanaged domains are read-only.
To restore the Authentication Services ActiveRoles Integration extensions to the Web interface, run ActiveRoles Integration Configuration Wizard from the Start menu on the ActiveRoles Server. This tool allows you to re-configure the Web interface extensions.
|Caution: Do not select Customization | Restore Default in the ActiveRoles Server web interface unless you want to uninstall the Integration Pack. If you select Customization | Restore Defaults, all extensions are removed and the web interface is reset to the defaults.|