I recently moved my VAULT and production trees into a test environment.

I am using IDM 3.61 on Linux w/ a remote loader for my AD driver on a
Windows DC 2003 machine.

My AD driver will not start anymore, because it complains about not
having idv.dit.data.users defined in GCV. Problem is I can't find
anywhere to enter that value. When I trace the same driver from my
productions system I see this in my trace when my driver starts up.

=== trace from good system showing the initilizing GCV's ===
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM :Reading XML attribute
vnd.nds.stream://IDENTITY_VAULT/vault/IDVaultDriverSet/AD2PUSDDOM#DirXML-EngineControlValues.
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM :Reading XML attribute
vnd.nds.stream://IDENTITY_VAULT/vault/IDVaultDriverSet#DirXML-ConfigValues.
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM :Reading XML attribute
vnd.nds.stream://IDENTITY_VAULT/vault/IDVaultDriverSet/AD2PUSDDOM#DirXML-ConfigValues.

12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM :Global Configuration Values:
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: ConnectedSystemName Value:
Active Directory PUSDDOM
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: drv.domain.dns.name Value:
pusd.dom
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: drv.subPlacementType Value:
flat
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: drv.user.container Value:
ou=Pusd Users,dc=pusd,dc=dom
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: drv.pubPlacementType Value:
flat
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: drv.entitlement.display
Value: show
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: drv.entitlement.UserAccount
Value: false
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: drv.entitlement.remove
Value: disable
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: drv.entitlement.Group
Value: false
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: drv.exchMailboxMethod
Value: policy
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: drv.exchDefaultMDB Value:
CN=v2sg3mbx5,CN=v2sg3,CN=InformationStore,CN=DOEXV 2,CN=Servers,CN=AC,CN=Administrative
Groups,CN=PUSD,CN=Microsoft
Exchange,CN=Services,CN=Configuration,DC=pusd,DC=d om
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: pwd-mgt-display Value:
show
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: enable-password-subscribe
Value: true
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: enable-password-publish
Value: true
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: publish-password-to-nds
Value: true
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: publish-password-to-dp
Value: false
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: enforce-password-policy
Value: false
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name:
reset-external-password-on-failure Value: true
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name:
notify-user-on-password-dist-failure Value: false
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: name-map-display Value:
show
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: FullNameMap Value: false
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: LogonNameMap Value: true
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: UpnMap Value:
edir-name-auth
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: credprov.display Value:
show
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: credprov.enable Value:
false
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: credprov.on.new-user Value:
true
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name:
credprov.on.modify-Login_Disabled Value: true
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: credprov.on.password-change
Value: true
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name:
credprov.application.credential.id Value: ad
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name:
credprov.application.userid.attr Value: sAMAccountName
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: credprov.secretstore.enable
Value: true
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name:
credprov.secretstore.sharedsecrettype Value: C
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name:
credprov.secretstore.enhancedprotectionflag Value: 0
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: credprov.securelogin.enable
Value: true
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name:
credprov.nslpassphrase.enable Value: true
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name:
credprov.nslpassphrase.question Value: What is your Workforce ID?
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name:
credprov.nslpassphrase.answervalueattr Value: workforceID
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: drv.acctTrk.display Value:
show
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: drv.acctTrk.enable Value:
true
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: drv.acctTrk.realm Value:
pusd.dom
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: drv.acctTrk.objectClass
Value: user
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: drv.acctTrk.identifiers
Value: sAMAccountName;userPrincipalName;LDAPDN;associatio n
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: drv.acctTrk.statusAttr
Value: dirxml-uACAccountDisable
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: drv.acctTrk.activeStatus
Value: false
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: drv.acctTrk.inactiveStatus
Value: true
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name:
drv.acctTrk.idvDefaultStatus Value: A
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name:
*drv.acctTrk.appDefaultStatus Value: -

(here are the pieces from the good system we do not see in the closed
system)

-12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name:
idv.credprov.nsl.repository Value: lib-CredProv-NSLRepository-V1
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: idv.credprov.nss.repository
Value: lib-CredProv-NSSRepository-V1
12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: idv.dit.data.users Value:
vault\Staff*-

(from here on everything is the same GCV wise)

12:59:38 9B2DFBA0 Drvrs: AD2PUSDDOM : Name: dirxml.auto.treename Value:
IDENTITY_VAULT

=== Trace from failing system after the driver was P->v'd into a
virtual system .. continued on next entry (ran out of characters) ====


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