Access Management Connector Installation
Updated: January 11, 2013
The BHOLD Suite SP1 Access Management Connector module supports both initial and ongoing synchronization of data into BHOLD. The Access Management Connector works with the Forefront Identity Manager (FIM) Synchronization Service to move data among the BHOLD Core database, the FIM 2010 metaverse, and target applications and identity stores. After installing the Access Management Connector module, you will be able to create FIM Management Agents that control data flow between BHOLD and FIM.
Access Management Connector software requirements
Before you can install the Access Management Connector module, you must install Microsoft .NET Framework 4. For more information about .NET Framework 4 and installation instructions, see the Microsoft .NET home page (http://www.microsoft.com/net).
You must install the Access Management Connector on a computer running the FIM Synchronization Service of Forefront Identity Manager 2010 R2 SP1.
Access Management Connector setup
To install the Access Management Control module, log on as a member of the Domain Admins group, download the following file and run it as administrator on the server that you intend to install the BHOLD FIM Integration module on:
To run the program file as an administrator, right-click the file and then click Run as administrator.
To enable end-user self-service of roles, you can install the BHOLD FIM Integration module. For more information, see BHOLD FIM Integration Installation.
To begin synchronizing user data between the BHOLD database and the FIM Synchronization Service metaverse, you must create one or more management agents (MAs) to connect the BHOLD role model to the FIM Synchronization Service metaverse. In addition, you must also configure the FIM Synchronization Service with provisioning rules to synchronize user, organizational unit, group, and membership data with these MAs. For more information about using Access Management Connector, see Test Lab Guide: BHOLD Access Management Connector.