What all details are required in order to enable the StealthAUDIT to execute FileSystem and AD Jobs for crawling and getting the required Data.
To begin, you’ll need to create a Connection Profile under Settings > Connection. Add the profile, and then add the user credentials you’ll need, such as AD, and local Windows accounts. If appropriate, you can choose to set this as the default profile, and then when you configure the Active Directory Inventory and FileSystem8 jobs, you can choose to configure them against the default profile (Active Directory Inventory/FileSystem > Settings > Connection).
In order to run the Active Directory Inventory and FileSystem jobs within StealthAUDIT, you’ll need to first add the hosts you’re trying to connect to within Settings > All Hosts. Once you’ve added the hosts, you’ll be able to see if StealthAUDIT successfully connected to them. If successful, then you can go configure the actual jobs. You’ll want to go to the job > Settings > Host Lists Assignment, and select the host/s to query. You’ll also want to make sure under the job > Settings > Connection, that you’ve chosen the appropriate connection profile. You can typically use the default profile, unless you’ve created a specific one to use. Lastly, you’ll want to go through each sub-job within the Active Directory Inventory job, and configure the appropriate hosts; this is all based on your environment.
You’ll then want to go to the FileSystem job, and do the same thing as you did for the Active Directory Inventory job. If you’re using StealthAUDIT 7.1, you’ll have to add the 4-IMG FS Compatibility job to the 0.Collection job. Below, I’ve provided a link to the instructions, as well as a link to an overview of the StealthAUDIT 7.1 install/upgrade process. Without the Compatibility job, RSA Identity Governance and Lifecycle’s DAG collector will not be able to collect the data from StealthAUDIT 7.1. Again, this is only the case for StealthAUDIT 7.1.
https://community.rsa.com/docs/DOC-59083 (instructions on installing the compatibility job)
https://community.rsa.com/docs/DOC-59081 (overview of install/upgrade process)
Hope this helps.
Does Hosts will be added automatically? or we need to add Hosts Manually?
You can add hosts 1 of 2 ways. You can either go to Host Management > Discovery to add them automatically, or you can directly enter them under Host Management > All Hosts.
To discovery hosts automatically, you’ll want to right click on “Discovery” and choose to “Create Query”. Here, you’ll choose the host discovery query sources you want to use, such as your IP network, AD, etc. It will then ask you a few other configuration questions. If you’d prefer to enter them manually, you will right click on “All Hosts”, and choose to “Add Host”. Here you’ll enter your host name, and once added, you’ll select this host and click “next”. From here, it will ask you several more configuration questions.
Under Host Management > All Hosts, you’ll be able to see the hosts that StealthAUDIT is currently scanning, and the status of its connection.
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