Policy Change report reports newlines
The Policy Change Report reports newlines as a change in policy. All policy files have newlines at the end by default. If you open a policy in the GUI editor without newlines, it adds a newline to the end of each policy file. The Policy Change Report then reports this action as a change to the policy.
Profile task never completes
If the host remains in a profiling state, it is likely that SSH is improperly configured on that host. Verify that you can SSH to the host manually.
If the host does not reset its profiled state to either Profiled or Not Profiled within a reasonable time, restart the Management Console for Unix service (mcu_service) to reset its profile state. See the Start/stop/restart Management Console for Unix service for details.
questusr account was deleted
The questusr account is the user service account, a non-privileged account created when you configure a service account from the mangement console. This account is used by the console to gather information about existing policy server in a read-only fashion.
Note: The questusr account does not require root-level permissions, and, the mangement console does not use questusr account to make changes to any configuration files.
To recreate the questusr account
- Re-profile the host.
- Unconfigure the service account.
See Unconfiguring a service account for details.
- Configure the service account again.
See Activating policy groups for details.
Readiness check failed
If you run a readiness check and in the Task Progress windows you see an error message that says, "Failed to find software at: ....", verify that the path to the software is correctly set in System Settings. See Setting the Privilege Manager software path or Setting Authentication Services software path for details.)
Note: The path to the software packages must point to the directory containing the preflight file.