After you create a zone, you can change its zone properties at any time. For example, if you want to change the parent zone for a child zone, you can do so by modifying the child zone’s properties. Depending on whether you are viewing a classic, hierarchical, or SFU zone and the components you have installed, you might see and be able to set different zone properties.
- Open Access Manager.
- Expand Zones and the individual parent or child zones, as required, to locate and select the zone name for which you want to display properties.
Right-click, then click Properties.
If the zone you have selected is a hierarchical zone, the properties are organized on the following tabs.
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View and set general information about the selected zone, including the location of the zone in Active Directory, the zone type, and the zone description.
For additional details about general properties, see the following topics:
View and set the identity platform instance to use for the selected zone.
For additional details about setting identity platform properties, see the following topic:
Set default values for user profile attributes in the selected zone.
For additional details about user default properties, see the following topic:
Set default values for group profile attributes in the selected zone.
For additional details about group default properties, see the following topic:
Add or edit user-defined variables or override the default values of predefined variables in the selected zone.
For additional details about zone variables, see the following topic:
Configure automated provisioning for user and group profiles if you have the Zone Provisioning Agent installed on the local computer.
For additional details about provisioning properties, see the following topic:
The Provisioning tab is only displayed if the Zone Provisioning Agent is installed. For detailed information about configuring automated provisioning, see the Planning and Deployment Guide.