Configure Partnership Dialog (OAuth)

The Configure Partnership step lets you provide general information about the partnership.
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The Configure Partnership step lets you provide general information about the partnership.
This dialog displays the following settings:
  • Partnership Name
    Specifies the name of the partnership. This name must be unique; duplicate names are not allowed.
    Value:
    Alphanumeric string, no spaces allowed. Characters such as hyphens, underscores, and periods are permitted.
    Note
    : When Active Directory Application Mode (ADAM) is used as a policy store, the partnership name must not exceed 19 characters.
  • Description
    Specifies more information about the partnership.
  • Local Client
    Specifies the name of the local entity in the partnership. You can select the name of a previously configured entity from the drop-down menu, or click Create Local Entity.
  • Remote Partner or Remote Identity Provider
    Specifies the name of the remote entity. You can select the name of a previously configured entity, or click Create Remote Entity.
  • Available Directories/Selected Directories
    Lists the user directories to which you have established connections. Move your choice or choices from the Available Directories box to the Selected Directories box by selecting one or more directories and clicking the arrow.
    To adjust the order of the directories, use the up and down arrows to the right of the Selected Directories list.
  • Time Restrictions
    A time restriction indicates specific time periods during which a rule or policy does or does not fire.
    The Time Restrictions dialog is where you configure time restrictions for rules, global rules, policies, and global policies. This dialog also lets you configure time restrictions on the assertion generation policy for federation partnerships.
  • IP Restrictions
    This IP Restriction dialog lets you determine a restriction applicable for a policy or affiliate configuration. For example, a policy can apply only to a server at a specific IP address or host name.