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Change Auditor 7.0.3 - Release Notes

Authentication Services auditing

Change Auditor

Change Auditor for Authentication Services

Authentication Services -Latest supported version

Authentication Services 4.2

For more information

See the Change Auditor for Authentication Services User Guide.

Defender auditing

Change Auditor

Change Auditor for Defender

Defender — Latest supported version

Defender 5.9.3

For more information

See the Change Auditor for Defender User Guide.

EMC auditing

Change Auditor

Change Auditor for EMC

EMC Celerra/VNX - Supported up to the following versions

EMC Common Event Enabler (CEE) Framework up to 8.5.1

EMC Celerra Event Enabler (CEE) Framework 4.6.7

EMC VNX Event Enabled (VEE) Framework 4.8.5 (through 5.1)

EMC Isilon - Supported up to the following versions

EMC Common Event Enabler (CEE) Framework up to 8.5.1

EMC Unity - Supported up to the following versions

EMC Unity 4.5.0

EMC Common Event Enabler (CEE) Framework up to 8.5.1

To enable auditing, you must configure CEE using EMC Unisphere:

Select STORAGE | File | NAS Servers. Open the server properties and select Event Publishing. Select to Enabling Common Event Publishing. Add the CEPA Server where the CEE is installed, select All Events, and save the settings.
Select File System you want to audit and choose the Advanced tab. Under the Events Notifications, select Enable SMB Events publishing.

Agent

Locate the Change Auditor agent near the EMC device (use fastest connection type available).

Use multiple CPU hosts for Change Auditor agent service (at least 2 CPUs or 2 CPU core).

Rights and permissions

For more information

See the Change Auditor for EMC User Guide for detailed information about installing, configuring, and using Change Auditor for EMC.

NetApp auditing

Change Auditor

Change Auditor for NetApp

NetApp Filer

NetApp Filer with Data ONTAP 7.2 to 9.5

Cluster mode is supported as of version 8.2.1

Agent

Required rights and permissions

NetApp running in 7-mode

The provided credentials must have local Administrator rights on the monitored NetApp filer.

You can specify these credentials in one of two ways for the Change Auditor agents assigned to the NetApp Auditing template which defines what to audit on the selected NetApp filer:

Use the Set Credentials button on the NetApp Auditing template to specify the NetApp filer credentials to be used by the selected Change Auditor agent. If you use this method, the specified account must be an Active Directory user that is a member of the local Administrators group of the NetApp filer.

Rights and permissions

NetApp running in cluster mode

Use the Set Credentials button on the NetApp Auditing template. The account should be an Active Directory user that is a member of the local Administrators group of the NetApp filer.

To grant ONTAPI access for the NetApp cluster for an Active Directory user, run the following command on the cluster console:

Optionally, you can use the default role “vsadmin” as the rolename which has the administrator permissions of the NetApp filer.

To create a new role and assign the minimum required rights, run the following commands:

See the NetApp user guide for more details on enabling Active Directory domain users access to the cluster.

To add a new account to a NetApp filer’s local Administrators group:

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Select Computers from the tree and then select the filer from the list in the right pane.
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Right-click the filer and click Manage. The Computer Management console opens.
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Select System Tools | Local Users and Groups | Groups.
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Double-click the Administrators group on the right.
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Click Add to add an account to the Administrators group.

For more information

See the Change Auditor for NetApp User Guide for detailed information about installing, configuring, and using Change Auditor for NetApp.

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