Sorry I had missed the manual install portion in my first response.
You are correct there seems to be little documentation on the subject apart from the provided Help article and some related community postings here.
Alas I am only a
Community_Leader and so just another user here, not a member of Bitwarden
Staff or affiliated with the team.
I did have a bookmark to come check back on this though, so I appreciate the ping.
I have been trying as I can to dig down into the documentation in the Help center, and scouring the GitHub repo for an answer.
One thing you might try, could be to use
globalSettings__enable__scim=true or possibly try
globalSettings__enablescim=true as I have noticed with the current documented env vars there is a consistency to use double underscore
In a last ditch answer, from what I could find according to the manual install option you are directed to download all provided images within “the
docker-compose.yml file in
The docker stub appears to remove the
config.yml on build since it won’t be used in the manual install, but from the best I can tell the current stubbed version does not include
image: bitwarden/scim:latest within the
docker-compose.yml that would appear needs to be running for SCIM to function.
(Unfortunately I cannot test this myself as I only have access to the Family Plan personally, with Enterprise being our production license at work)
I would definitely look towards support for an official answer and resolution, hopefully this may be something that just is lacking in the Docker stubbed version and can be added for these types of manual offline install methods.
I would also highly recommend that once an answer is found that the documentation be updated as well, you can make suggestions to the team at the bottom of the relevant Help doc page, (or if you answer back here I can also make the suggestion on the page if you prefer).
Hopefully once there is a resolution to your question from support, to can be added as well as here in the community for any further future users looking for a similar question.
P.S. On a separate note, it appears something that should be functional I would imagine, as there is a similar environment variable within the Bitwarden Unified (beta).
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So while I know this may not be of assistance not. The Unified image may be something to look into especially once it comes out of Beta and moves into a production release.
Hopefully you get an answer soon for the current manual install method.