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The Directory Agent configuration file
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Use the das.ini file to configure aspects of Directory Agent behavior that cannot be configured in the Forcepoint Security Manager. These include the maximum memory the agent can use, the maximum threads it can create, the directory where it should store user information snapshots, and more.
The das.ini file is located in the bin directory (C:\Program Files\Websense\Web Security\bin or /opt/Websense/bin/, by default).
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For parameters that are either enabled or disabled, the only valid values are 0 (for disable) and 1 (for enable). In this file, the values "on" and "off" cannot be used.
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Key values that can be configured in the file include:
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MaxMemory=100
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SnapshotDir=./snapshots/
This relative path translates to C:\Program Files\Websense\Web Security\bin\snapshots (Windows) or /opt/Websense/bin/snapshots/ (Linux).
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DiffDir=./diffs/
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Leave the parameter blank (default) if you do not want Directory Agent to perform email address validation.
EmailValidateRegex=
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SyncServiceRetryCount=5
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SyncServiceRetryDelay=60
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DirServiceRetryCount=5
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DirServiceRetryDelay=60
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Takes an integer value between 1 and 65535.
BackupPollPeriod=60
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BackupRetryCount=60
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# GroupMembershipAttribute=uniqueMember
# MemberOfAttribute=memberOf
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EnableLDAPReferrals=1

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