Change Auditor 7.0.2 - PowerShell Command User Guide

PowerShell Commands

Adding the PowerShell module

Viewing available commands and help

Installing Change Auditor coordinators and web clients

Setting the master time zone

Finding Change Auditor installations and coordinators

Connecting to and disconnecting from Change Auditor installations and coordinators

Managing client authentication options

Gathering Change Auditor system information

Deploying Change Auditor agents

Managing auditing templates

Working with searches

Managing Windows File System auditing

Managing Fluid File System auditing

Managing Azure Active Directory auditing

Managing Office 365 auditing

Managing Skype for Business auditing

Working with protection templates

 

Adding the PowerShell module

Change Auditor comes with a PowerShell module for you to use to manage your environment. It is installed when you install the Windows client or a coordinator.

Viewing available commands and help

 

Installing Change Auditor coordinators and web clients

The following commands allow you to install Change Auditor components.

Use this command to install locally a Change Auditor Coordinator.

-MsiPath

The location to find the coordinator MSI file. The coordinator is installed using this installer.

-SQLAuthDatabaseCredential

Credentials to use for the coordinator to access the SQL Server. Specify when the coordinator should use SQL Authentication mode.

-DatabaseCredential

Credentials to use for the coordinator to access the SQL Server. Specify when the coordinator should use Windows Authentication mode. These credentials must be a valid set of Windows credentials.

-DatabaseServer

The SQL Server to host the database.

-LogPath

The local path on the computer where the installation log is written.

-AgentPort (Optional)

The static port for Change Auditor 6.x agents to communicate with the coordinator.

-ClientPort (Optional)

 

The static port for the Change Auditor client to communicate with the coordinator.

-DatabaseName (Optional)

The name assign to the Change Auditor database.

-InstallationName (Optional)

Name that uniquely identifies the current Change Auditor installation within your Active Directory environment.

If this is an additional coordinator in an existing installation (sharing the same database), ensure that you use the name of the existing installation.

-LegacyAgentPort (Optional)

 

The static port for legacy (5.x) Change Auditor agents to communicate with the coordinator.

-SDKPort (Optional)

The static port used by external applications to access the coordinator

Install-CACoordinator -MsiPath "C:\Users\Administrator\Desktop\Quest Change Auditor Coordinator 6 (x64).msi" -SQLAuthDatabaseCredential $dbcredential -DatabaseServer "MyDatabase" -LogPath "C:\Users\Administrator\Desktop\Coordinator.log"

After running this command, the installed coordinator will have the installation name “DEFAULT” and look for or create a database named ChangeAuditor.

Use this command to install locally the web client.

 

-LogPath

The local path on the computer where the installation log is written.

-MsiPath

The location to find the web client MSI file. The web client is installed using this installer.

-CoordinatorConnection (Optional)

 

A previously created connection from Connect-CAClient.

-SiteName (Optional)

The web site name for the Change Auditor web client.

-SitePort (Optional)

A unique port for the web site to avoid conflicts with other IIS applications (for example, SharePoint® uses the default port 80; therefore, the IIS web site for the Change Auditor web client must use a different port). If a conflicting port is specified, attempting to launch the web client displays either an ‘HTTP 404 Not Found’ or ‘Page cannot be displayed’ error.

Install-CAWebClient -MsiPath "C:\Users\Administrator\Desktop\Quest Change Auditor Web Client 6 (x64).msi" -CoordinatorConnection $connection -LogPath "C:\Users\Administrator\Desktop\WebClientInstallationLog.log"

Use this command to install licenses to the coordinators in a Change Auditor installation.

 

-Connection

A connection obtained by using the Connect-CAClient command.

-LicensePath

The license file directory on the client computer.

-Coordinator (Optional)

The single coordinator where you want to install the license (rather than all coordinators).

Install-CALicense $connection –LicensePath C:\7_0_AD_license_PER.dlv

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