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One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Passwords 2.11 - Administration Guide

Introduction System requirements Using the virtual appliance and web management console Using the cloud Setting up Safeguard for Privileged Passwords for the first time Search box Using the web client Installing the desktop client Using the desktop client Privileged access requests Toolbox Accounts Account Groups Assets Asset Groups Discovery Entitlements Partitions Settings
Access Request settings Appliance settings Asset Management settings Backup and Retention settings Certificate settings Cluster settings External Integration settings Messaging settings Profile settings Safeguard Access settings Sessions settings
Users User Groups Disaster recovery and clusters Administrator permissions Preparing systems for management Troubleshooting Frequently asked questions Appendix A: Safeguard ports Appendix B: SPP 2.7 or later migration guidance Appendix C: SPP and SPS join guidance Appendix D: Regular Expressions Appendix E: Historical changes by release Glossary

Converting time stamps

When you export .csv or .json files, the time stamp will be in UTC/GMT time. You can convert the time to your local time.

.csv opened in Excel

  1. Identify how many hours different your local time is from the UTC or GMT exported by googling "UTC to my time." The value will be within the -12 to 12 range.

  2. In the column to the right of the time stamp, enter one of the following formulas. These examples assume the exported time is in cell J1 and the exported time is -7 hours after the current local time.

    • =J1-TIME(7,0,0)
    • =J1+(-7 / 24)

    Below, the exported time stamp is 17:55:59 GMT (5:55:59 p.m.).

    The formula converts the time to the local time stamp of 10:55:59 p.m.

.json

You can find code to convert JSON UTC time to local time. One

possible source:

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/42376914/json-utc-time-to-local-time

Administrative Tools

The  Administrative Tools allow you to add all the objects you need to write access request policies, such as users, accounts, and assets. From this view, you can also configure all of the Safeguard for Privileged Passwords settings.

Note: You must have administrator permissions to use the  Administrative Tools and the administrator permissions you have determine what you can view and modify.

The navigation pane along the left side of the console gives you access to these administrative tools.

Table 10: Administrative Tools
Administrative Tools Description Administrator permissions
Toolbox Where you can gain quick access to all the tasks you can perform from a single portal Users with any Safeguard administrator privileges
Accounts Where you associate account identities with managed systems Asset Administrator or Auditor
Account Groups Where you define sets of accounts that you can add to the scope of an access request policy Auditor or Security Policy Administrator
Assets Where you add computers, servers, network devices, or applications to be managed by a Safeguard for Privileged Passwords Appliance Asset Administrator or Auditor
Asset Groups Where you define sets of assets that you can add to the scope of an access request policy Auditor or Security Policy Administrator
Discovery Where you configure asset and account discovery jobs which apply a set of rules to discover and automatically add assets and accounts to Safeguard for Privileged Passwords Auditor or Asset Administrator
Entitlements Where you specify the access request policies that restrict system access to authorized users Auditor or Security Policy Administrator
Partitions Where you define collections of assets that can be used to segregate assets for delegation Asset Administrator, Auditor, or delegated partition owner
Settings

Where you configure Safeguard for Privileged Passwords to run backups, install updates, manage clusters, manage certificates, enable event notifications, configure external integration, define profile configurations settings, define user password rules, define discovery rules, and run troubleshooting tools.

Users with any Safeguard administrator privileges; however, the settings available depend on the administrative permissions assigned.

Users Where you set up users who can log in to Safeguard for Privileged Passwords.

Bootstrap, Asset Administrator, Auditor, Authorizer Administrator, Help Desk Administrator, Security Policy Administrator, or User Administrator

User Groups Where you define sets of Safeguard for Privileged Passwords users that you can add to an entitlement.

Bootstrap, Auditor, Authorizer Administrator, Security Policy Administrator, or User Administrator

All of the Administrative Tools views have the following components, except for the Toolbox and Settings:

  • Toolbar options across the top of the view.
  • Object list (left pane)
  • Search box at the top of the object list.
  • Details pane (right pane)

Toolbar options

The toolbar at the top of the views (except for the Toolbox and Settings), contain these options, depending on your Administrator permissions and the administrative tool you are in.

These buttons are available:

  • Apply to apply the changes and keep the dialog open
  • OK to apply the changes and close the dialog.
  • Cancel to ignore any changes made, if any, and close the dialog.

Toolbar options include the following.

Privileged access requests

One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Passwords provides a workflow engine that supports time restrictions, multiple approvers, reviewers, emergency access, and expiration of policy. It also includes the ability to input reason codes and integrate directly with ticketing systems.

In order for a request to progress through the workflow process, authorized users perform assigned tasks. These tasks are performed from the user's Home page in the desktop client or web client.

As a Safeguard for Privileged Passwords user, your Home page provides a quick view to the access request tasks that need your immediate attention. In addition, an Administrator can set up alerts to be sent to users when there are pending tasks needing attention. For more information, see Configuring alerts.

The access request tasks you see on your Home page depend on the rights and permissions you have been assigned by an entitlement's access request policies. For example:

  • Requesters see tasks related to submitting new access requests, as well as actions to be taken once a request has been approved (for example, viewing passwords, copying passwords, launching sessions, and checking in completed requests).

    Requesters can also define favorite requests, which then appear on their Home page for subsequent use. This can be done from either the desktop client or web client:

  • Approvers see tasks related to approving (or denying) and revoking access requests.
  • Designated reviewers see tasks related to reviewing completed (checked in) access requests, including playing back a session if session recording is enabled.

Password release and session requests use a workflow engine; however, the actions taken on a session request are slightly different than those taken on a password release request. Therefore, we will cover each of these access request workflows separately:

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