The schema is generated based on the dynamic discovery of the
data source by the management agent. When you refresh the schema
for this management agent, the connected data source schema is
rediscovered, the current management agent schema is updated, and
then Management Agent Designer starts. In Management Agent
Designer, you can correct any inconsistencies introduced by the
updated schema, such as deleted object types or deleted
Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 uses LDAP to
communicate with Novell eDirectory. To successfully discover data,
replicas of all the data should be put on the LDAP server, and
should only use read-only and read-write partitions. Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 cannot successfully discover data on
LDAP servers that use subreferences and/or include
filtered-read-only or filtered-read-write partitions.
It is not necessary for a Novell eDirectory client to be
installed on the Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003
If you are using SSL (Secured Sockets Layer) or SASL (Simple
Authentication and Security Layer), use ConsoleOne to make sure
that both SSL and SASL are enabled on the server running Novell
eDirectory. When using ConsoleOne, check the LDAP Server object in
your eDirectory tree to make sure LDAP Enable SSL is set to TRUE
and that there is not an LDAP SSL port conflict.
You are not required to install Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 on the server running Novell eDirectory.
This management agent supports password management. For more information, see Related Topics.