Category Archives: CzechIdM

CzechIdM 7 – product description

CzechIdM 7 is the latest generation of the identity manager, which administers over 3 million user accounts in not only Czech companies. Our experience from managing identities of our existing customers has been used during its development. This version is the answer to requests of users, administrators, and developers.

Check out our online demo at http://demo.czechidm.com/ and see our precious.

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New release of CzechIdM 7.4 – Diamond

Main milestones:

Virtual systems are supported

A virtual system is a system, that can not be directly connected for online management. The reason may be for example the absence of a suitable system connector. The virtual system is basically only a registration mode, where for each system change is generated the implementation request (notification) that is assigned to the particular implementer. This implementer must ensure that the change is made to the target system.

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Dry Run – watch process deeply…

Task scheduler is a tool in CzechIdM which manages long running operations. One can plan to run tasks automatically in scheduled terms or start them manually. They e.g. manage personnel processes like End of contract or Enabled contract. Moreover, password expiration, automatic roles assigning and other task are also managed by task scheduler. In current version of CzechIdM you are not only able to find list of tasks and their detail, but every detail now show the history of processed object (e.g. identities). But that is not at all, new version of task scheduler brings the feature of Dry run! Read on. Continue reading

Certificate authority module in CzechIdM, part1 – the overview

Many companies use an on-premise certificate authority (CA) for their internal purposes. Without a doubt, one specific function of the certificate authority in a company is handling users’ certificates. Those certificates are bound to physical persons and as such, they fit neatly into the identity management problematics.

For this reason, CzechIdM implements the CA functionality in the form of a module. In this short series of posts, we will describe basic workings of our CA implementation and how it can be fit into the company’s infrastructure.

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