All users are subscribed to the following email notifications; however, users will not receive email notifications unless they have been included in a policy as a requester (user), approver, or reviewer.
- Access Request Approved
- Access Request Denied
- Access Request Expired
- Access Request Pending Approval
- Access Request Revoked
- Password was Changed
- SSH key was Changed
- Review Needed
Toast notifications may also appear on your console when the desktop client application is not the active foreground application.
Using the desktop client, there are two ways to configure One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Passwords to send event alerts to Safeguard for Privileged Passwords users:
Toast notifications are alerts that appear on your console when the desktop client application is not the active foreground application. For example, a toast notification may display when you are in another application or when you have minimized the One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Passwords desktop client.
(desktop client) To enable toast notifications
- In the desktop client, open Settings (desktop client).
- Select the Enable Toast Notifications check box.
Note: When you select the Run in the System Tray check box, you cannot modify the toast notifications option because in that mode, you always get notifications.
You must configure One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Passwords properly for users to receive email notifications:
Role-based email notifications generated by default
One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Passwords can be configured to send email notifications warning you of operations that may require investigation or action. Your administrative permissions determine which email notifications you will receive by default.
Table 17: Email notifications based on administrative permissions
Appliance Task Failed
Archive Task Failed
Cluster Failover Started
Cluster Replica Enrollment Completed
Cluster Replica Removal Started
Cluster Reset Started
Disk Usage Warning
Factory Reset Appliance
License Expiring Soon
NTP Error Detected
Operational Mode Appliance
Raid Error Detected
Partition Owner (if none, sent to the Asset Administrator)
NOTE: If Asset Administrators want to be notified along with the Partition Owners, they can set themselves up as an explicit owners or create an email subscription for the event.
The API /service/core/v3/EventSubscribers endpoint can be used to create event subscribers for events, including events on specific assets or accounts.
Account Discovery Failed
Dependent Asset Update Failed
Password Change Failed
Password Check Failed
Password Check Mismatch
Password Reset Needed
Restore Account Failed
Service Discovery Failed
SSH Check Mismatch
SSH Host Key Mismatch
SSH Key Change Failed
SSH Key Check Failed
SSH Key Discovery Failed
SSH Key Install Failed
SSH Key Reset Needed
SSH Key Was Reset
Suspend Account Failed
Test Connection Failed
|Security Policy Administrator
Policy Expiration Warning
Entitlement Expiration Warning
NOTE:Safeguard for Privileged Passwords administrators can use the following API to turn off these built-in email notifications:
In addition, Safeguard for Privileged Passwords administrators can subscribe to additional events based on their administrative permissions using the following API:
Password release request workflow
One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Passwords provides secure control of managed accounts by storing account passwords until they are needed, and releases them only to authorized persons. Then, Safeguard for Privileged Passwords automatically updates the account passwords based on configurable parameters.
Typically, a password release request follows this workflow.
- Request: Users that are designated as an authorized user of an entitlement can request passwords for any account in the scope of that entitlement's policies.
- Approve: Depending on how the Security Policy Administrator configured the policy, a password release request will either require approval by one or more Safeguard for Privileged Passwords users, or be auto-approved. This process ensures the security of account passwords, provides accountability, and provides dual control over the system accounts.
- Review: The Security Policy Administrator can optionally configure an access request policy to require a review of completed password release requests for accounts in the scope of the policy.
The following topics explain the entire end-to-end password release process from request to approval to review.