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Active Administrator 8.4 - Installation Guide

Installation Considerations for Active Administrator Installing and configuring Active Administrator

Deploying the workstation logon audit agent

To audit user logon events, you must enable workstation logon auditing and deploy the workstation logon audit agent to workstations and member servers. Once enabled, the workstation logon auditing service will send messages to the Active Administrator® server.

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Select Configuration | User Logon Agent Settings.
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Click Save.
Copy ActiveAdministrator.admx to C:\Windows\PolicyDefinitions on the domain controller.
Copy ActiveAdministrator.adml to C:\Windows\PolicyDefinitions\en-US on the domain controller.
Copy Active Administrator 8.4 Workstation Audit Agent.msi to a share where everyone has access.
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Start Active Administrator 8.4 Workstation Audit Agent.msi.
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Click Install.
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Click Finish.

Enabling the default port

If Windows® Firewall is enabled on the workstation where the workstation logon auditing agent is installed, you need to create an exception to allow communication with Active Administrator® Foundation Service (AFS) through port 15601.

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On the workstation where the workstation logon auditing agent is installed, start the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security snap-in, right-click on Outbound Rules, and choose New Rule.
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Select Port.
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Click Next.
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Select Specific local ports, and type 15601.
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Click Next.
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Select Allow the connection.
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Click Next.
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Click Next.
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Click Finish.

Using Active Administrator

For more information on using Active Administrator® Console, see the Quest® Active Administrator® User Guide or access the help contents within the Active Administrator Console application.

 

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