Workbench: Workbench Configuraton Procedures

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Note: While NetWitness Platform 11.0 and later continues to support the Workbench, and some customers may have configured Workbench to handle restoring of data. The best practice for restoring data is to use the Archiver to configure archival and restoring of data. For more information, see Archiver Configuration Guide.

Workflow

These are the basic steps for configuring and managing a Workbench service.

This workflow illustrates the basic steps for configuring and managing a Workbench service.

 

1. Add a Workbench service as a data source to Broker (see Adding Workbench Service as a Data Source to Broker).

2. Add a Workbench service as a data source to Reporting Engine (see Adding Workbench as a Data Source to Reporting Engine

3. Manage collections on a Workbench service (see Managing Collections).

4. Investigate a Workbench (see Managing Collections).

Prerequisites

Before configuring the Workbench service, you must:

  • Add the NetWitness Platform workbench service to the host in your network environment. For more information, see Workbench Overview.
  • Install the NetWitness Platform Workbench host in your network environment. For more information, see Host and Services Getting Started Guide.

The steps to configure the Workbench service are:

  1. Adding Workbench Service as a Data Source to Broker
  2. Adding Workbench as a Data Source to Reporting Engine

When configuration is complete, you can create and manage collections as described in Managing Collections.

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