Use this rule to reset the Cayosoft Administrator Service data cache when you can't select newly added attributes after AD forest or ADLDS schema extended or newly added cloud polices in automation rules as there is no such data in the service cache yet.
You typically do not need to create an instance of this rule, as it is automatically created during installation under the Home > RULES > Built-in Rules (Pre-configured) folder.
When to use this rule
When Cayosoft Administrator Service starts for the first time, it reads data from all connected extensions and saves them in the data cache. For example, it reads the attribute list from Active Directory and policies from Microsoft Office 365. On the next restart, service uses the data that are stored in its cache and no longer connects to external extensions to reread the data. This allows optimizing Administration Service start time.
If you extend Active Directory forest schema to add new Active Directory attributes or add new policies such as:
These newly added attributes will not be visible in automation rules in the Administrator Console as this data is absent in the service cache. The same for ADLDS schema extension.
To see the newly added data you need to run this rule to reset the service data cache at first. After that, you must restart the Cayosoft Administrator Service to reread the data from connected extensions. The list of connected extensions you can see in Administrator Console Home > Configuration > Connected Systems Extensions.
This rule doesn't have any special settings.
This section defines the output format of this rule.
To get more information about this section, please see the Output section article.
This section defines the schedule for how often to run the rule.
To get more information about this section, please see the Enforce/Schedule section article.