Computer attributes in classic RFC 2307 zones

A computer extension object is a serviceConnectionPoint object that is created in the Computers sub-container of the zone. The pseudo‑attributes for this object are stored in the keywords attribute.

Computer attribute Stored in Active Directory attribute

UnixName

name:ComputerName

Normally, computer attribute values are set by the adjoin process and do not need to be modified.

For example:

name:magnolia.ajax.org

ComputerVersion

displayName:ComputerVersion

This attribute determines compatibility between a computer profile object and the Access Manager console. The only valid value for this attribute is $CimsComputerVersion3.

For example:

displayName:$CimsComputerVersion3

ParentLink

managedBy:DN_ActiveDirectoryGroup

If the zone is a 2.x and 3.x compatible zone, you should set this attribute to the DN of the parent Active Directory computer object.

For example:

managedBy:cn=hr,cn=computers,dc=ajax,dc=org

If the zone does not need to be compatible with older versions of Centrify software, you can use the keywords attribute and parentLink pseudo-attribute to specify the security identifier (SID) of the parent Active Directory computer object.

For example:

keywords:parentLink:S-n-n-nn-nnn..

AgentVersion

keywords:agentVersion:value

For example:

keywords:agentVersion:CentrifyDC 4.1

Note This attribute is set as a keywords attribute if you are using Centrify, versions 3.0.x through 4.1.x. With the Centrify agent, version 4.2 or later, the AgentVersion is stored using the operatingSystemServicePack attribute of the computer object.

CpuCount

keywords;cpus:value

For example:

keywords:cpus:2

Note This attribute is only set if you are using Centrify, versions 3.0.x through 4.1.x. The attribute is not set or updated for computers with the Centrify agent, version 4.2 or later.

JbossEnabled

keywords:jboss_enabled:value

This attribute indicates whether the computer hosts JBoss applications.

For example:

keywords:jboss_enabled:False

TomcatEnabled

keywords:tomcat_enabled:value

This attribute indicates whether the computer hosts Tomcat applications.

For example:

keywords:tomcat_enabled:False

UnixEnabled

keywords:unix_enabled:value

For example:

keywords:unix_enabled:True

WebLogicEnabled

keywords:weblogic_enabled:value

This attribute indicates whether the computer hosts WebLogic applications.

For example:

keywords:WEBLOGIC_enabled:True

WebSphereEnabled

keywords:websphere_enabled:value

This attribute indicates whether the computer hosts WebSphere applications.

For example:

keywords:websphere_enabled:True