The Scanned Files by Search Term and Scanned Files by Scope analyses let you view all of the files that have been analyzed by SCM for sensitive content over a specified date range.
To generate a Scanned Files analysis:
2Select the appropriate option, based on how you would like to have results grouped:
§Compliance > Scanned files by Scope
§Compliance >Scanned files by Search terms.
§Currently, you can only Filter by Search Terms if you enter enter one complete search term (that is, you cannot filter by multiple or partial search terms).
If you leave the Filter by Search Terms field blank, all search terms within the scope of your analysis will be included.
§If the Use cached data box is checked, results will include only files within the scope of your analysis that have been scanned. If this box is not checked (that is, the analysis is run on real-time data), results will also include items within the scope of your analysis that have not been scanned.
Now you can either:
·run the operation immediately (by clicking the [Run Now] button)
If you chose to run the analysis on cached data, all of the files that have been scanned by Sensitive Content Manager within the specified date range are listed, grouped either by scope or search term (depending on the analysis selected).
If you ran the analysis on real-time data, results will also include items within the scope of your analysis that were Not Scanned.
ControlPoint Sentinel functionality enables you to detect deviations in document views and downloads from individual users' "typical" daily usage patterns. ControlPoint Sentinel uses the following components in its anomalous activity determinations:
·Business Hours: Daily start and end time for each day of the work week.
·The following Anomalous Activity Limits:
§Default daily activity limits: The limits for each (measured in terms of document views and downloads) to apply to any user whose personal activity limits have not yet been characterized.
§Personal daily activity limits: The deviation from "typical" daily usage patterns characterized for each individual user on a given day of the week.
ControlPoint Sentinel relies on SharePoint Audit Log events. Therefore, for this functionality to be effective, the auditing of Delete, Edit, and View/Download must be enabled for every site collection for which you want to collect activity data.
ControlPoint Site Provisioning functionality automates the management of end user requests for new site collections and sites, which are based on "Provisioning Profiles" that you define. You can use ControlPoint's built-in functionality to associate specific site collection-, site-, and list-level properties with a particular Profile, and enforce their usage within the site collections or sites that use it. You can even attach one or more ControlPoint Governance Policies to a Profile.
NOTE: This feature is available for SharePoint 2010 and later Standard (not Native) Installations.
Before an end user can request a new site collection or site, at least one Provisioning Profile must have been created. Once created, the Provisioning Profile becomes available to end users when a request for a new site collection or site is initiated.
To launch the ControlPoint Provisioning Profile Manager:
From the Manager ControlPoint panel, choose Governance Policy Manager and Provisioning > Provisioning Profile Manager.
To create a Provisioning Profile:
1From the Provisioning Profile Manager main page, choose [Create].
2Complete the fields on the Build New Provision Profile page as follows:
§Enter the Profile Name as you want it to display in the Provisioning Profile Manager list.
§Enter the End User Description as you want it to display in the Request a Site or Site Collection page.
§Enter the Profile Description as you want it to display in the Provisioning Profile Manager list.
§Select a Profile Type (Site Collection or Sub Site)
§Select a Base SharePoint Template.
NOTE: If you want to be able to select a template based on a site definition (such as a Publishing site or a custom site definition that has been deployed to the farm), the feature for that site definition must be activated on the ControlPoint Configuration Site collection.
3If you want to Attach Additional Profile Settings:, you can
§Click the appropriate linkSet Site Collection Properties (if available), Set Site Properties, or Set List Propertiesand complete the applicable window.
NOTE: If you select Enforce Policy and schedule the operation to run on a recurring basis, it will be enforced for any site collection or site created using that Profile.
§If you want to attach one or more existing ControlPoint Governance Policies to the Provisioning Profile, select from the available Governance Polices
NOTE: If the Governance Policy that you want to attach to the Profile does not appear in the list, click [Governance Policy Manager], and create a new Governance Policy. When you return to the Build New Provision Profile page , click [Create], then edit the Profile see the new Governance Policy in the list.
NOTE: To access instructions for completing the applicable ControlPoint operation, click the Help icon () at the top right corner of the window or refer to the relevant section of the ControlPoint User Guide.
To edit a Provisioning Profile:
1From the Provisioning Profile Manager main page, check the box to the left of the Profile that you want to edit.
3Edit the fields on the Edit Provision Profile page as appropriate.
To delete one or more Provisioning Profiles:
1From the Provisioning Profile Manager main page, check the box to the left of the Profile(s) that you want to delete.
You will be prompted to confirm your action before continuing.