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Scripting Driver - Remote Loader - Forgot passwords

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On an idm 4.6.3 system, we have a remote loader server.
On this server, is a scripting driver, located under D:\Novell\WSDriver
The other remote loader stuff is located under D:\Novell (AD Driver for example)

"Someone" forgot what the passwords for the scripting driver is, and now it has become somewhat important.

The conf file (d:\novell\wsdriver\conf\wsdrv.conf) looked like this

-path D:\Novell\WSDriver\
-connection "port=8190"
-httpport 8191
-trace 5
-tracefile D:\Novell\WSDriver\logs\trace.log

I tried to run

D:\Novell\WSDriver>\Novell\RemoteLoader\dirxml_remote.exe -config conf\wsdrv.conf -sp remote driver

And it complained that -path was and httport was and unkown parameters (basically).

I "fixed" the conf file to look like this:

-connection "port=8190"
-trace 5
-tracefile D:\Novell\WSDriver\logs\trace.log

And ran:
D:\Novell\WSDriver>\Novell\RemoteLoader\dirxml_remote.exe -config conf\wsdrv.conf -sp remote driver
once more

Now it does not complain, it does not however generate the two key files dpwd1f40 and lpwd1f40

So, can anyone tell me where I miserably fail?

According to this thread: https://forums.novell.com/showthread.php/484551-Java-Remote-Loader-multiple-instances-on-one-box I suppose that it should generate the files, I just cannot find out how to do it.
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Re: Scripting Driver - Remote Loader - Forgot passwords

6525036 wrote:

>
> Hi (and greetings)
>
> On an idm 4.6.3 system, we have a remote loader server.
> On this server, is a scripting driver, located under D:\Novell\WSDriver
> The other remote loader stuff is located under D:\Novell (AD Driver for
> example)
>
> "Someone" forgot what the passwords for the scripting driver is, and now
> it has become somewhat important.
>
> The conf file (d:\novell\wsdriver\conf\wsdrv.conf) looked like this
>
> -path D:\Novell\WSDriver\
> -connection "port=8190"
> -httpport 8191
> -trace 5
> -tracefile D:\Novell\WSDriver\logs\trace.log
>
> I tried to run
>
> D:\Novell\WSDriver>\Novell\RemoteLoader\dirxml_remote.exe -config
> conf\wsdrv.conf -sp remote driver
>
> And it complained that -path was and httport was and unkown parameters
> (basically).
>
> I "fixed" the conf file to look like this:
>
> -connection "port=8190"
> -trace 5
> -tracefile D:\Novell\WSDriver\logs\trace.log
>
> And ran:
> D:\Novell\WSDriver>\Novell\RemoteLoader\dirxml_remote.exe -config
> conf\wsdrv.conf -sp remote driver
> once morewsdriver.exe -sp
>
> Now it does not complain, it does not however generate the two key files
> dpwd1f40 and lpwd1f40
>
> So, can anyone tell me where I miserably fail?
>
> According to this thread:
>

https://forums.novell.com/showthread.php/484551-Java-Remote-Loader-multiple-instances-on-one-box
> I suppose that it should generate the files, I just cannot find out how
> to do it.


Run the following:

D:\Novell\WSDriver\bin\wsdriver.exe -sp

This is documented here:
https://www.netiq.com/documentation/identity-manager-47-drivers/bi_impl_scripting/data/bi_impl_scripting.html#b8nnc2b

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Exellent, thanks a lot
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