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Sec/User Mgmt: Admin Security View

Document created by RSA Information Design and Development Employee on Aug 29, 2018Last modified by RSA Information Design and Development Employee on Jan 27, 2021
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The Admin Security view provides the capability to manage user accounts, manage user roles, map external groups to NetWitness Platform roles, and modify other security-related system parameters. These apply to the NetWitness Platform system and are used in conjunction with the security settings for individual services.

What do you want to do?

RoleI want to ...Show me how
AdminManage users

Set Up Users

AdminManage roles

Review the Preconfigured NetWitness Platform Roles

(Optional) Add a Role and Assign Permissions
AdminConfigure settingsConfigure System-Level Security Settings
Admin(Optional) Configure external group mappings(Optional) Map User Roles to External Groups
Admin(Optional) Set login conditions(Optional) Create a Customized Login Banner
Admin(Optional) Set up PKI Configure PKI Authentication

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Quick Look

To display the Admin Security view, go to (Admin) > Security.

Security view diagram

1Users tab allows you to manage user accounts.
2Roles tab allows you to define security roles and assign roles to user accounts.
3External Group Mapping tab allows you to manage access parameters for LDAP groups.
4Settings tab allows you to configure password complexity and expiration for internal NetWitness Platform users and to configure system behavior due to failed logins and inactivity. It also allows you to configure external authentication.
5PKI Settings allows you to enable and disable the PKI authentication.
6Login Banner tab allows you to set conditions which must be agreed to before gaining access to the login screen.
7Single Sign-On Settings tab allows you to enable and disable the SSO authentication.

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