Before installing Authentication Services 4.1.5, ensure that your system meets the minimum hardware and software requirements for your platform. The operating system patch level, hardware, and disk requirements vary by Unix, Linux and Active Directory platform, and are detailed in the One Identity Authentication Services Administration Guide.
Use of RCF 2307 attributes in the user object and for storage of NIS maps requires the installation of the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2 schema.
This product does not require licensing for the evaluation of features. However, Management Console for Unix will notify you if you have not installed a valid license key.
To activate a purchased commercial license
The process for upgrading the Authentication Services Windows components from older versions to version 4.1.5 is similar to the installation process. The Windows installer detects older versions and automatically upgrades them. The next time you launch Active Directory Users and Computers, Authentication Services uses the updated Windows components. Refer to the One Identity Authentication Services Installation Guide for detailed installation instructions.
Authentication Services allows you to perform all of your Unix identity management tasks from the Authentication Services Control Center. Please refer to the One Identity Authentication Services Upgrade Guide for more detailed information about upgrading your current version of Authentication Services using the Authentication Services Control Center.
Of course, you may perform your Unix client management tasks from the Unix command line, if you prefer. You can find those instructions in the One Identity Authentication Services Administration Guide.
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