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One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions 5.9.0 - How to connect One Identity Safeguard with One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions

[auth]

use_credential
Type: string (explicit | gateway)

Description: To determine whether the authentication method is explicit authentication or gateway authentication. The default value is gateway.

For example:

use_credential=gateway

provider
Type: string

Description: Only used if the value of use_credential has been configured to explicit.

The default value is local. This is used when the username and password have been added in Safeguard.

If the username and password come from Active Directory, specify a provider value. To find out your provider value, use the One Identity Safeguard Powershell module:

  1. Import the module to Windows PowerShell. For details on installation and how to get started with the tool, see the One Identity/safeguard-ps GitHub page.
  2. Execute the Get-SafeguardIdentityProvider command.
  3. In the response returned, look for the Name and RstsProviderId under the relevant ActiveDirectory.

    Take the following example:

    ...
    Id                           : 4
    TypeReferenceName            : ActiveDirectory
    Name                         : some.domain
    NetworkAddress               :
    IsSystemOwned                : False
    IsDirectory                  : True
    RstsProviderId               : ad4
    RstsProviderScope            : rsts:sts:primaryproviderid:ad4
    RadiusProperties             : @{ServerAddress1=; ServerAddress2=; ServerPort=; SharedSecret=; Timeout=; Retries=}
    ExternalFederationProperties : @{Realm=; FederationMetadata=}
    Domains                      : {@{DomainName=sales.example; NetBiosName=SALES; DomainUniqueId=S-1-5-21-4090500208
                                  -2981060071-2074933164; NamingContext=DC=sales,DC=example; HighestCommittedUsn=302321
                                  }}
    HasApiKey                    : False
    ...

    In this example, the value of provider would look like the following:

    provider=ad4-some.domain

username
Type: string

Description: The username that SPS uses to log in to One Identity Safeguard. Only if the value of use_credential has been configured to explicit. For example:

username=<username>

password
Type: string

Description: The password that SPS uses to log in to One Identity Safeguard. Only if the value of use_credential has been configured to explicit.

For example:

password=<password>

Learn more

To find out more about SPS, visit the SPS homepage.

If you need help connecting One Identity Safeguard with One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions, request a callback or contact professionalservices@balabit.com.

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