mjg2xw Frequent Contributor.
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Missing the default Application/program in IDM 4.7.1

Hi

After a upgrade to IDM 4.7.1 i miss all the default application (Home Items) like HelpDesk Ticket, Request Access, Daskbord etc...

Mine is blank, also as uaadmin

Any idea's?

Beat Regards
Michael
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Re: Missing the default Application/program in IDM 4.7.1

On 2018-09-08 11:26, mJg2XW wrote:
>
> Hi
>
> After a upgrade to IDM 4.7.1 i miss all the default application (Home
> Items) like HelpDesk Ticket, Request Access, Daskbord etc...
>
> Mine is blank, also as uaadmin
>
> Any idea's?


Di you mean the apps that had an URL below /IDMProv? These have been
discontinued in 4.7.1:

https://www.netiq.com/de-de/documentation/identity-manager-47/
Identity Manager 4.7.1 provides a new user interface for administering
identity applications features that were previously administered using
the User Application interface. The User Application (IDMProv) interface
is discontinued from this release. For detailed information about
administering the identity applications features using the new user
interface, see the Administration Guide (4.7.1).


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Norbert
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Norbert
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mjg2xw Frequent Contributor.
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Re: Missing the default Application/program in IDM 4.7.1

Hi

See this url -> https://www.netiq.com/documentation/identity-manager-47/identity_apps_user/data/i1065600.html

And then in section "Understanding Applications Page"

/Michael
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