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One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions 6.0.9 - DEPRECATED How to connect One Identity TPAM with One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions


This section contains the options related to the plugin itself.

Type: integer
Required: yes
Default: 1

Description: The version number of the configuration format. This is used to enable potentially incompatible changes in the future. If provided, the configuration will not be upgraded automatically. If not provided, the configuration will be upgraded automatically.

Type: string
Required: yes
Default: N/A

Description: The name of a local Credential Store policy configured on SPS. You can use this credential store to store sensitive information of the plugin in a secure way, such as the server_user_key. For details, see Storing sensitive plugin data securely.

Type: integer or string
Required: no
Default: info

Description: The logging verbosity of the plugin. The plugin sends the generated log messages to the SPS syslog system. You can check the log messages in the Basic settings > Troubleshooting > View log files section of the SPS web interface. Filter on the plugin: string to show only the messages generated by the plugins.

The possible values are:

  • debug or 10

  • info or 20

  • warning or 30

  • error or 40

  • critical or 50

For details, see Python logging API's log levels: Logging Levels.

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