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Where to install MSGW and DCS drivers

Hi all,

I was wondering where to install Managed System Gateway Driver and Data
Collection Service driver in a multi servers platform.
There is two IDM servers : One hosts "Role Service" and "UserApp", the
other hosts all other drivers (AD, Loopback, JDBC, etc.).

User App and Role Service must run on the same IDM server, AFAIK.
So my question is, where to run MSGW and DCS ? With UserAPP/RoleService
or with "All other driver" ?

IDM runs on SLES 11 sp2. All last available patches are applyed
(eDir, IDM, UA...).

Thanks for help

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