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Change Auditor 7.0.2 - Web Client User Guide

Install Change Auditor Web Client Web Client Overview Overview Page Shared Overviews Administration Page Searches Page Search Results Page Administration Tasks Page Configuration Tasks (Administration Tasks Page) Auditing Tasks (Administration Tasks Page) Protection Tasks (Administration Tasks Page) Change Auditor Client Comparison

Introduction

The following sections describe the pages available through the Configuration task list of the Administration Task page and the tasks that can be performed on each of these pages. These pages allow you to define and assign agent configurations, enable email alerting and reporting, enable group membership expansion, define database purging, design templates for reports and authorize who is able to perform the different Change Auditor operations. For a full description of all options and fields available on these Configuration Tasks pages, refer to the Quest Change Auditor User Guide.

Agent Configuration page

Use the Agent Configuration page to define and assign agent configurations. The Agent Configuration page is displayed when Agent in the Configuration task list is selected in the navigation pane of the Administration Tasks page.

Columns

Use to display different fields on the Agent Configuration page.

Configurations

Use to display the Configuration Setup dialog to add, edit or delete agent configuration definitions. See Defining and assigning agent configurations.

Assign

Use to assign an agent configuration to the selected agents.

Default All

Use to reset all agent configurations back to the default configuration.

Refresh Configuration

Use to retrieve the current agent configuration assignments.

Event Logging

Use to enable/disable event logging. See Enable event logging.

Defining and assigning agent configurations

To enable various custom auditing and protection features you are required to assign templates to an agent’s configuration. The custom auditing and protection features that require custom templates to be assigned to an agent’s configuration are:

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Click Configuration.
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Select Agent in the Configuration task list to display the Agent Configuration page.
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Click Add to create a new definition or click Copy to duplicate the configuration displayed in the cell.

Template

Use to add templates to selected agent configuration

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Click Apply to save your selection.

System Settings

Use to define how agents are to process events

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Click Apply to save your selection.

File System

Use to define how to process duplicate file system events

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Click Apply to save your selection.

AD Query

Use to optimize the Active Directory auditing process

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Click Apply to save your selection.

Exchange

Use to define how to handle duplicate folder events

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Click Apply to save your selection.

VMware

Use to define how often the agent is to poll VMware for new VMware events

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Click Apply to save your selection.
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Click OK to save your selections and close the dialog.

Once agent configurations are defined they can be assigned to one or more installed agents. Use the Agent Configuration page to assign agent configurations to agents.

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Select the agents assigned to the agent configuration and click Refresh Configuration to ensure that the assigned agents are using the latest agent configuration.

Templates with defined agents

The following auditing templates define the agents to be used to capture events:

To enable the auditing defined in these templates, you must refresh the selected agent’s configuration after creating the template.

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Click Configuration.
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Select Agent in the Configuration task list to display the Agent Configuration page.
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Select the agents assigned to the auditing template and click Refresh Configuration to ensure the agent is using the latest configuration.
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