To add users that exist in an endpoint, you create an explore and correlate definition for that endpoint. Any administrator with the Create Explore and Correlate Definition task can create the definition.
Follow these steps:
Use this choice for a correlation rule that matches each account with a previously created user.
If the user is found, the account is correlated with that user. If multiple users are found, the account is correlated with the default user. If no user is found, this option creates the user (if all mandatory attributes are known) and correlates the account with that user; otherwise, it correlates the account with the default user.
Use this choice when correlating accounts on your primary endpoint. This option presumes that the accounts on your endpoint are named exactly the same as the users. The correlation-matching algorithm is unused with this option. Instead, each account is associated to the user with the same name. If the user does not yet exist, it is created. No accounts are associated to the default user.
Users are created with no optional attributes such as full name, address and telephone numbers. During the initial acquisition of an endpoint, use this option to set these user attributes using account attribute values. During subsequent explore and correlates, use this option to refresh the user attributes to apply changes made to the account attributes, perhaps by tools other than CA Identity Manager.
Now an administrator with the Execute Explore and Correlate task completes the integration of the endpoint.
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