Registering the administrative notification handler
The administrative notification handler provides services to ensure data integrity in the Active Directory forest. You can register the notification handler automatically through the Setup Wizard the first time you start Access Manager, but this requires an account that is an enterprise administrator or a domain administrator in the forest root domain.
Registering the administrative notification handler is optional, but doing so helps to ensure that no orphan UNIX data is left in the directory if a user, group, or computer is deleted using Active Directory Users and Computers. When registered, the notification handler automatically deletes any service connection point (SCP) dependencies on a directory object if the directory object is deleted. Without this service, deleting a directory object such as a computer or user account in Active Directory might leave an orphan service connection point for the object in the directory.
If you don’t want to perform this step in the Setup Wizard, you can manually configure the administrative notification handler using ADSI Edit or you can choose not to register the administrative notification handler for Centrify. If you choose not to register the administrative notification handler, however, you should periodically run the Analyze command to check for orphan data in the Active Directory forest.
To manually set up the administrative notification handler for Centrify, add the following entry using ADSI Edit under domain/Configuration/DisplaySpecifiers/LanguageID/ where n is the next number in the index of values for the attribute:
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For example, if the Active Directory domain is ajax.org and the language you support is US-English (CN=409), you would add this entry to the object in: