This program retrieves users and groups from multiple sources and syncs them into a CloudGen Access tenant. Multiple user sources are available, and there are specific configuration steps depending on which ones you use. The user sources for a connector are activated through the CloudGen Access Console.
Installing a Connector
The first step to configure a User Directory connector is to create one in the CloudGen Access Enterprise Console > Settings > User directories section. This step will return a secret token in the form of a URL that needs to be passed to the connector configuration. To add a user directory, see Add User Directory.
This program utilizes the same configuration system as the CloudGen Proxy Orchestrator, so all options can be configured using command-line arguments, environment variables, docker secrets, AWS SSM, etc. Click here for more information on parameters.
A connector can be installed on a CentOS using RPMs, or any Debian-based OS. It can also be run directly on any modern Linux (it is a single static binary), or using a docker container.
The only mandatory configuration parameter is the
enrollment_token, which you obtain from the CloudGen Console when you create a new User Directory.
Continue with How to Install the CloudGen Access User Directory Connector.
This program allows you to sync using multiple different directory sources:
Depending on the source(s) used, you will need to provide some extra information (such as the address of an LDAP server, for example).