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1.  Starting and Stopping the Server

2.  Configuring the Server Instance

3.  Configuring the Proxy Components

4.  Configuring Security Between Clients and Servers

5.  Configuring Security Between the Proxy and the Data Source

6.  Managing Oracle Unified Directory With Oracle Directory Services Manager

7.  Managing Directory Data

8.  Replicating Directory Data

9.  Controlling Access To Data

10.  Managing Users and Groups With dsconfig

Managing Root User, Global Administrator, and Administrator Accounts Working With Multiple Root Users Root Users and the Privilege Subsystem Managing Root Users With dsconfig To View the Default Root User Privileges To Edit the Default Root User Privileges To Create a Root User To Change a Root User's Password To Change a Root User's Privileges Setting Root User Resource Limits Managing Global Administrators Managing Administrators To Create a New Administrator To Create an Administrator with Root User Privileges

Managing User Accounts

Changing Passwords

To Change the Directory Manager's Password

To Reset and Generate a New Password for a User

To Change a User's Password

Managing a User's Account Information

To View a User's Account Information

To View Account Status Information

To Disable an Account

To Enable an Account

Setting Resource Limits on a User Account

To Set Resource Limits on an Account

Defining Static Groups

To Create a Static Group With groupOfNames

To Create a Static Group With groupOfUniqueNames

To Create a Static Group With groupOfEntries

To List All Members of a Static Group

To List All Static Groups of Which a User Is a Member

To Determine Whether a User is a Member of a Group

Defining Dynamic Groups

To Create a Dynamic Group

To List All Members of a Dynamic Group

To List All Dynamic Groups of Which a User Is a Member

To Determine Whether a User Is a Member of a Dynamic Group

Defining Virtual Static Groups

To Create a Virtual Static Group

To List All Members of a Virtual Static Group

To List All Virtual-Static Groups of Which a User Is a Member

To Determine Whether a User is a Member of a Virtual Static Group

Defining Nested Groups

To Create a Nested Group

Maintaining Referential Integrity

Overview of the Referential Integrity Plug-In

To Enable the Referential Integrity Plug-In

Simulating ODSEE Roles in an Oracle Unified Directory Server

To Determine Whether a User is a Member of a Role

To Alter Membership by Using the nsRoleDN Attribute

11.  Managing Password Policies

12.  Managing Directory Schema

13.  Monitoring Oracle Unified Directory

14.  Tuning Performance

15.  Advanced Administration

Managing Root User, Global Administrator, and Administrator Accounts

Working With Multiple Root Users

Root Users and the Privilege Subsystem

Managing Root Users With dsconfig

To View the Default Root User Privileges

To Edit the Default Root User Privileges

To Create a Root User

To Change a Root User's Password

To Change a Root User's Privileges

Setting Root User Resource Limits

Managing Global Administrators

Managing Administrators

To Create a New Administrator

To Create an Administrator with Root User Privileges

Managing Root User, Global Administrator, and Administrator Accounts

Oracle Unified Directory provides a flexible Privilege Subsystem that allows you to configure root users, Global Administrators, and administrators for your server. You can configure multiple root users and assign different root privileges to each administrator. For administrative domains, you can also configure multiple Global Administrators to manage administrative domains in your network or in a replicated environment.

The topics in this section describe the management of multiple root users and the privilege subsystem. The topics also provide instructions on how to configure and maintain the various user accounts required to administer your server securely.

Before you start with the procedures outlined here, determine the following guidelines for your server:

Working With Multiple Root Users

Oracle Unified Directory provides one default root DN or root user, "cn=Directory Manager". The default root DN is a user entry assigned with specialized privileges with full read and write access to all data in the server. Comparable to a Unix root user or superuser, the root DN can bypass access controls to carry out tasks on the server. The root user is defined below the "cn=Root DNs,cn=config" branch of the server at cn=Directory Manager,cn=Root DNs,cn=config.

The server supports multiple root users who have their own entries and their own set of credentials on the server. This allows you to assign privileges to a user who might need root access for a particular task but might not need the full set of root user privileges. With each entry, you can assign strong authentication such as the GSSAPI SASL mechanism, password policies, or add resource limits (if your schema allows it) to one root user while having a completely different configuration for another root user.

Root users differ from regular user entries in the following ways:

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