prasenjitmass Respected Contributor.
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Fan Out : User Need to delete from selected platforms

Hi,

Fanout Driver is implemented for provisioning IDM users to Linux platform.I am facing issue when trying to delete provisioned users from selected Platforms.Trying to describe the issue with an example.

Say, Testuser1  created in IDM and provision to Linux Platforms ( Plat1, Plat2, Plat3, Plat4, Plat5) with the membership in group (search object grp) .

if delete the  user from IDM the user from each platform deleted. If delete the group, user from all platform deleted.

What I'll have to do if want the user only get deleted from Plat1, Plat3, Plat5 but not from Plat2 and Plat4 ?

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JeremyGrieshop
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Re: Fan Out : User Need to delete from selected platforms

Platform Sets are designed to group common users among similar platforms.  What you're wanting to do would require making each platform be in their own unique platform set with a unique search object, per platform/platform set.  

 

so, there would be a Plat1 Set, Plat2 Set, Plat3 Set, Plat4 Set, and Plat5 Set.  Every platform would be assigned to their own platform set.  A unique search object would be assigned to each one (g1, g2, ... g5).  

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Re: Fan Out : User Need to delete from selected platforms

I believe the relevant aphorism would be "Granularity is a b*tch"

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