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Metalogix ControlPoint 8.1 - Administration Guide

Preface Configuring the Environment in Which ControlPoint Will Run The ControlPoint Configuration Site Managing Your ControlPoint License Configuring Web Applications and Content Databases for ControlPoint Configuring ControlPoint Services Using Discovery to Collect Information for the ControlPoint Database Cache Using Sensitive Content Manager Services Managing ControlPoint Configuration and Permissions Modifying ControlPoint Configuration Settings
Changing Default Settings for Actions and Analyses
Supress "Item is inherited - no processing done" Message(SkipNotDoneMsg) Maximum Line Items in Real-time (REPCAP) "Use Cached Data" Default Value (CACHEDREP) Abort Report Processing on Error (ABORTREPORTONERROR) Display "Include users with AD group membership" Parameter (SHOWADGROUPS) Copy/Move Default Temporary Location (TEMPLOCATION) Time to Retain Page Data in Cache (CACHEREPORT4) Time to Retain Temporary UI Objects in Cache (UICACHEDURATION) Number of Reports to Keep in Memory After Drill-Down (RVSESSIONSKEPT) Exclude Web Application(s) from Statistics List (DASHBOARDWAPEXCLUDE) Number of List Items to Display in Selection Grid (DISPLAYSINGLELISTITEMS) Use Activity Min. Date as Start Date (UseActivityDbDate) Show unique permissions only" Default Value (SHOWUNIQUEPERMONLY) Duplicate Files Report Limit (DuplicateFilesReportLimit) Users to Exclude from Reports (EXCLUDEDUSERS) Eliminate Claims Prefix from Username in Reports (UseCleanedLoginNameInReports) Maximum Number of Orphaned Users to Delete Per Scheduled Batch (OrphanDeleteBatchSize) CSV Delimiter Character (CSVDELIMETER) Largest Active Directory Group to Expand in Reports (MAXMEMBERS) Maximum Number of Users to Act On (MAXUSERSFORACTION) Hide the "Set User Direct Permissions" Action in Permissions Management (PREVENTUSERPERMS) Prevent Set Site Collection Quotas (PreventSetSCQuota) Show Nested Active Directory Groups (PROCESSADHIERARCHY) Hide Interactive Analysis Link (RESTRICTSL) Use Minimum Activity Date as Start Date (USEACTIVITYDBDATES)
Changing Default Settings to Improve Application Performance Audit Log Configuration Settings Changing Settings for Anomalous Activity Detection Restricting Functionality for Members of the Business Administrators Group Changing Default Settings for ControlPoint User Groups Changing Settings to Improve Discovery Performance Changing Settings to Accommodate Special Environmental Factors Changing Default Settings for Navigation Changing Trace Switch Logging Levels Changing Default Settings for Compliance Managing Site Provisioning Settings Specifying Global Settings for ControlPoint Policies Setting Preferences for the ControlPoint Scheduler Miscellaneous and Custom Configuration Settings Special-Purpose Configuration Settings
Archiving SharePoint Audit Log Data Troubleshooting
ControlPoint Log Files Troubleshooting Configuration Errors Troubleshooting the ControlPoint Application Interface Troubleshooting Discovery Troubleshooting SharePoint Users and Permissions Troubleshooting Site Provisioning Troubleshooting ControlPoint Operations

Managing Archive Audit Log Configuration Settings

The following archive audit log configuration settings are managed within the ControlPoint Configuration site:

·ArchiveAuditLogConnectionString – the connection string for the database where the Audit_Log_Transfer Database table resides.  See Adding the Database Connection String to ControlPoint .

·ArchiveAuditLogIncludedWebApplications –a list of Web application GUIDs that you want to include in the archive process (if different than the default, which is all Web applications in the SharePoint farm).

·ArchiveAuditLogProcessInterval— the number of hours’ worth of data that is processed at one time (if different from the default, which is one (1) hour).

See also Modifying ControlPoint Configuration Settings.

 

Specifying the Web Applications to Include in the Archiving Process

By default, the ControlPoint audit log archive process runs on all Web applications in the SharePoint farm.  ControlPoint Application Administrations can, however, specify which Web applications that they want to include in the process (for example, only those that are subject to regulatory requirements).  

NOTE:  Web applications that you choose to include in the audit log archiving process will automatically be excluded from the purge process (as determined by the Number of Days to Keep Audit Records_ , to ensure that the purge process will not run before data is archived.  

To specify Web applications to include in the archiving process:

Enter the Web application's GUID as the Value of the ControlPoint Setting Edit Settings for Web Applications to Include in Audit Logs.  

TIP:

·To locate a Web application's GUID, select the Web application in the ControlPoint SharePoint Hierarchy, right-click and choose Properties.

·Copy the ID Property Value and paste it directly into the Web Applications to Include in Audit Logs Value field.  

WAP Guid

NOTE: Enter multiple Web applications as a comma-separated list.

Config Setting ArchiveAuditLogIncludeWebApplications

TIP:  Use the Notes field to record the names of included Web applications, as you cannot as easily retrieve a Web application's name based on its GUID.

 

Changing the Archive Audit Log Process Interval (Optional)

By default, the archive audit log utility processes one hour’s worth of audit log data at a time.  Generally, it is recommended that you keep the default setting, especially if you have a large amount of data to be archived, as the more data that is archived at one time the greater the demand on server resources.

ControlPoint Application Administrators can, however, increase the number of hours’ worth of data that is processed at one time by changing the Value of the ControlPoint Configuration Setting Archive Audit Log Process Interval.

Config Setting ArchiveAuditLogProcessInterval

Troubleshooting

This troubleshooting guide:

·identifies where to find log files that can be used to help diagnose issues you may be experiencing with ControlPoint, and

·describes some common issues that you may encounter when using ControlPoint and suggestions on how to resolve them.

Note that the this guide is by no means exhaustive.  Factors unique to your environment, such as the size, configuration, and complexity of your SharePoint farm as well as interactions between SharePoint, ControlPoint, other applications and processes, may also need to be taken into consideration.

 

 

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