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Figure 5-52 Adapter configuration for Workstation ID file and password
9. In the next window (Figure 5-53 on page 135), define the name of the group
to which suspended users will be added. The default value is SuspendGroup.
Also, type the name of the group to which suspended users will be added for
HTTP access. The default value is HTTPSuspendGroup. Click Next when done.
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Figure 5-53 Adapter configuration for suspended users and denied Internet/HTTP
access
10.Type the name for the Delete User group as shown in Figure 5-54 on
page 136. When users are deleted, they are added to this group. Next, define
the name of the Deny Access Log database. The database holds the
documents of deleted or suspended users. Click Next when done.
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Figure 5-54 Adapter configuration of Delete Group Name and Deny Access Log
Name
11.In the Attribute to be Reconciled field, which is shown in Figure 5-55 on
page 137, specify a list of attributes to include in the reconciliation process.
Separate the attributes with a semi-colon if you list more than one attribute,
for example, Certificate;$UpdatedBy;$Revisions. If you leave the Attribute
to be Reconciled field blank, all attributes except the ones specified in the Not
Reconciled Attributes field will be returned during reconciliation.
With the Not Reconciled Attributes field, specify a list of attributes to exclude
from the reconciliation process. Separate the attributes with a semi-colon if
you list more than one attribute, for example,
Certificate;$UpdatedBy;$Revisions.
If the HTTP password will be synchronized with the user password, select
Yes. Click Next when done.
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Figure 5-55 Adapter configuration of reconciliation information
12.Next, choose whether to use short names for the UserID and addresses,
which is shown in Figure 5-56 on page 138. The default settings are No. Click
Next when done.
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Figure 5-56 Adapter configuration short names for UserID and Internet address
13.In the next window, which is shown in Figure 5-57 on page 139, define the
name of the database file used to store the ID file and the password
information for newly created users in Tivoli Identity Manager, for example,
NoteIDsAddressBook.nsf. Also, choose whether the mail database file of a
deleted user account will be deleted. The default setting is Yes. Click Next
when done.

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