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IDM 4.7 Scripting Driver

Hi There,

I have installed IDM 4.7 on Suse Linux.  I am trying to configure Scripting driver for a windows Server 2012 R2.

Steps followed.

1. Installed win_x86_64_scriptdriver_install.exe.

2. Microsoft .Net framework 4.7.1 installed.

wsdrv.cnf

-path "C:\PROGRA~1\NetIQ\WSDriver\"
-connection "ca=keys\ca.pem port=8090"
-httpport 8091
-trace 0
-tracefile "C:\PROGRA~1\NetIQ\WSDriver\logs\trace.log"

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Do I need to install Remote loader also? if yes. Please share configration

I am getting following inside driver trace file.

DirXML Log Event -------------------
Driver: \IDMNEW_TREE\system\driverset1\Microsoft
Channel: Subscriber
Status: Retry
Message: Code(-9006) The driver returned a "retry" status indicating that the operation should be retried later. Detail from driver: No connection to remote loader
[02/17/20 20:07:22.531]:MICRO ST:
DirXML Log Event -------------------
Driver: \IDMNEW_TREE\system\driverset1\Microsoft
Channel: Subscriber
Status: Error
Message: Code(-9076) Unhandled error in event loop: com.novell.nds.dirxml.engine.VRDException: Code(-9006) The driver returned a "retry" status indicating that the operation should be retried later. Detail from driver: No connection to remote loader.

 

Thanks

 

 

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The Scripting driver has its own RL, which is different than the NetIQ RL.  So by installing the scripting driver, you installed the RL with it.

The RL runs as a service named:

NetIQ Identity Manager Windows Script Driver

Start that, configure your driver on the engine side (in Designer) to point at the server/port running the RL.

 

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Hi there,
I am also trying to configure scripting driver with same configuration . Can you guys help me out with how to change RL password
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There is a command line tool for the scripting driver that configures the RL.  It is usdrv I think on Linux.  Look in the driver directory on windows.  It is command line menu driven and there is an option to set the passwords.

 

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Correct, the bin\wsdriver.exe executable can be run with the "-sp" (set password) option to prompt for both the Driver Object and Remote Loader passwords. Note that wsdriver.exe is also the service exe, so you'll want to stop the service (in Administrative Tools) first, then restart it.

-- Sam
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