To adjust NetWitness Suite to best fit your environment and work practices, you can set your own global application preferences. You can:
- Set the application time zone
- Set the date and time formats
- Select your default NetWitness Suite starting location
- Select your default Investigate view
- Choose a dark or light theme for the application
- Change your password
- Enable notifications
- Enable context menus
- Change Investigate preferences - Described in the NetWitness Investigate User Guide.
Your global preference options vary depending on whether you access them from the Respond view or other views, such as Investigate, Monitor, Configure, and Admin. There are two global user preferences dialogs accessible from the main menu bar:
- User Preferences dialog: Accessible from Respond and the following Investigate views: Event Analysis, Hosts, and Files.
- Preferences dialog: Accessible from most other views.
What do you want to do?
User Preferences (Respond and some Investigate views)
The following table describes the global application preference options that you can access from the User Preferences dialog.
Any selections that you make become effective immediately.
To access additional global user preferences, do one of the following:
- For most views, such as Investigate, Monitor, Configure, or Admin, go to > Profile.
- In the Respond and some Investigate views (Event Analysis, Hosts, and Files), select and in the User Preferences dialog click Change my password.
The Preferences dialog shows your current preferences.
The following tables describe the global application preference options that you can access from the Preferences dialog.
This section enables you to change your password. Your Administrator defines the appropriate password strength requirements for your NetWitness Suite password, such as minimum password length and minimum number of uppercase, lowercase, decimal, non-Latin alphabetic, and special characters. These requirements are then displayed when changing your password.
The following tables describes the options in the Change My Password section.
If you changed your password, you will be logged out of NetWitness Suite for the changes to take effect. The new password becomes effective the next time you log in to NetWitness Suite.
The following tables describes the options in the Application Settings section.