Licensing

In the Management Portal at Setup > Licensing, manage your licenses. Before users qualify for any service and can sign in to the Web Portal and Clients, they need to be licensed.

Evaluation licenses

When you install Ivanti Identity Director, 25 evaluation licenses are available that are valid for 45 days. To use Ivanti Identity Director after the evaluation period, you need production licenses (Enterprise, Identity or Access licenses).

Enterprise licenses

This license offers full service delivery functionality. It is packaged with an Ivanti Identity Director license file and an Ivanti Automation Desktop Automation license file.

Identity licenses

This license limits service delivery to automated service delivery scenarios only. It disables functionality related to self-service.

When you use Identity licenses, the following trigger options are available in services:

Start Delivery trigger

Field

Available

When people qualify (auto provisioning)

Yes

Skip delivery for currently qualified people

Yes

Only for newly qualified people

Yes

When qualified people request the service (self servicing)

No

When one of the following person attributes of a qualified person has changed

Yes

When subscribers still qualify after organizational change (reprovisioning)

Yes

Skip return workflow

Yes

Start Return trigger

Field

Available

When subscribers no longer qualify (auto deprovisioning)

Yes

When subscribers cancel the service (self service)

No

As soon as subscribers are marked for deletion

Yes

As soon as service has been delivered (auto deprovisioning)

Yes

In addition, the following functionality is NOT available:

Access licenses

This license limits service delivery to self-service delivery scenarios only. It disables functionality related to automated provisioning.

When you use Access licenses, the following trigger options are available in services:

Start Delivery trigger

Field

Available

When people qualify (auto provisioning)

No

Skip delivery for currently qualified people

No

Only for newly qualified people

No

When qualified people request the service (self servicing)

Yes

When one of the following person attributes of a qualified person has changed

No

When subscribers still qualify after organizational change (reprovisioning)

No

Skip return workflow

No

Start Return trigger

Field

Available

When subscribers no longer qualify (auto deprovisioning)

No

When subscribers cancel the service (self service)

Yes

As soon as subscribers are marked for deletion

Yes

As soon as service has been delivered (auto deprovisioning)

Yes

License editions

You can combine the three different license types. This leads to the following behavior:

Enterprise

Identity

Access

Edition

Count

 

100

0

0

Enterprise

100

 

0

100

0

Identity

100

 

0

0

100

Access

100

 

100

100

0

Enterprise

100

In this combination, Identity licenses are ignored.

100

0

100

Enterprise

100

In this combination, Access licenses are ignored.

0

100

50

Enterprise

50

In this combination, Identity and Access licenses are treated as Enterprise licenses. The license count is determined by the lowest number of licenses.

0

50

100

Enterprise

50

 

100

100

100

Enterprise

200

In this combination, Identity and Access licenses are treated as Enterprise licenses. The license count is determined by the lowest number of licenses. This number is aggregated with the other Enterprise licenses.

30

50

100

Enterprise

80

 

License distribution

Licensing is maintained by the Transaction Engine. When you add an active person to your environment, the Transaction Engine checks if a sufficient number of licenses is available in the Datastore:


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