Ever wonder what a Run book is or what zero profile is? Well, now you have one place with answers to all your questions! I have created a RES Cheat Sheet. In this sheet you will find a simple description of all RES products and product terms. Knowing these terms and what they mean will hopefully help you to create better technical designs or to engage more
The new major release of RES ONE products is out! Here is everyting you need to know about Version 10 : General RES ONE Suite is renamed to RES ONE Enterprise RES ONE Service Store is renamed to RES ONE Identity Director RES will no longer use the year in their products. So RES ONE Workspace 2016 will now be called RES ONE Workspace v10.
Recently I had to move all my RES ONE datastores to a new SQL server. Here are the migration processes for the following RES ONE products: RES ONE Workspace RES ONE Workspace Relay Server RES ONE Service Store/ Identity Director RES ONE Automation RES ONE Workspace Datastore RES ONE Workspace is the easiest product to migrate because the migration feature is built-in. Go to Setup
In this blog I will be creating an application that generates a notification to the users when they log on. The great thing about making this in RES ONE Workspace (ROW) is that you can use Access control. Because of Access control we can filter to whom, where and when the notification is displayed. First, create a new application and fill in the application Title.
This function is part of the RES ONE Workspace Toolkit download it here: https://workspace-guru.com/tools/ The script in this blog is create with Nico van der Stok (PowerShell Guru). Check out his blog at: http://www.nicovanderstok.com All RES ONE Workspace Applications export to CSV. This script will do the following: -Create a building block of all applications in ROW. -Reads the building block to memory -Creates a CSV
The script in this blog is created with Nico van der Stok (PowerShell Guru). Check out his blog at: http://www.nicovanderstok.com ROW License counter script This script will do the following. -Create a building block of all applications in ROW. -Reads the XML to memory -Looks at all AD security groups that are configured per application. -Looks at all users in the AD security groups. -Compares all users
It’s possible to create a RES ONE Workspace (ROW) building block with PowerShell. You can do this for the following items: My blog RES ONE + Powershell | RES ONE Workspace daily Back-up script uses all of these types in one script to create a back-up. For this blog I created a RES ONE Identity Director service to request one type of building block at a specific