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One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions 5.7.0 - Evaluation Guide

Evaluating One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions in a virtual environment Setting up SPS and the virtual environment General connection settings Configuring connections: SSH Configuring connections: RDP Real-time content monitoring with Content Policies Indexing service About us Third-party contributions

Setting up One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions with VirtualBox

  1. Download the VirtualBox application

    Download the latest version of VirtualBox for your operating system.

  2. Install the VirtualBox application.

    • On Microsoft Windows, start the VirtualBox.exe file.

    • On Linux systems, follow the instructions provided in the VirtualBox manual.

  3. Install SPS. Follow the instructions provided in "One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions VMware Installation Guide" in the Installation Guide.

  4. Configure a simple scenario and evaluate SPS. For details, see Creating a simple scenario.

Setting up One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions with Hyper-V

  1. Download the Hyper-V application.

    Visit the Hyper-V webpage, and download latest version of the application for your operating system.

  2. Install the Hyper-V application.

    Follow the instructions provided in the Hyper-V product documentation to install the application.

  3. Install SPS. Follow the instructions provided in "One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions Hyper-V Installation Guide" in the Installation Guide.

  4. Configure a simple scenario and evaluate SPS. For details, see Creating a simple scenario.

Setting up One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions using Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM)

  1. Install a virtual machine manager application

    Install a KVM manager application, for example, virt-manager.

  2. Install SPS. Follow the instructions provided in "Installing One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions as a Kernel-based Virtual Machine" in the Installation Guide.

  3. Configure a simple scenario and evaluate SPS. For details, see Creating a simple scenario.

Creating a simple scenario

  • Configure a server: set up a host that is on the same subnet as SPS, and enable Remote Desktop (RDP) or Secure Shell (SSH) access to it.

  • Configure a connection on SPS to forward the incoming RDP or Secure Shell (SSH) connection to the host and establish a connection to the host. See "Logging in to SPS and configuring the first connection" in the Administration Guide for details.

  • Replay your session in the browser. See "Replaying audit trails in your browser in Search (classic)" in the Administration Guide for details.

    In case you have questions about SPS, or need assistance, contact your One Identity representative.

    1. Connect to SPS.

      The SPS virtual machine acquires an IP address from your DHCP server accessible in the virtual environment. After SPS has booted up, the console displays the IP address of the SPS web interface at login prompt. To connect to SPS, use this IP address. For details, or tips if SPS cannot receive an IP address, see "The initial connection to SPS" in the Administration Guide.

    2. Complete the Welcome Wizard as described in "Configuring SPS with the Welcome Wizard" in the Administration Guide. Upload the evaluation license file you have downloaded with your support portal account.

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