This section contains logging-related settings.
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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. To show only the messages generated by the plugins, filter on the plugin: string.
The possible values are:
For details, see Python logging API's log levels: Logging Levels.
This section contains HTTPS proxy-related settings.
Description: The name or IP address of the HTTPS proxy server.
Description: The port number of the HTTPS proxy server.
NOTE: To configure this optional section, contact our Support Team.
To request additional information from the user (for example, ticket number), define one or more [question_] section (for example, [question_1], [question_2]). The user input will be stored under the value of key in the questions section of the session cookie.
Description: Used for communication between plugins. This is an interactive request/response right after authentication in order to supply data to Credential Store plugins. The question is transferred to the session cookie and all hooks of all plugins receive it.
For example, if you have an external authenticator app, you do not have to wait for the question to be prompted but can authenticate with a one-time password:
Name subsequent questions with the appropriate number (for example, [question_1], [question_2], and so on).
For details, see "Performing authentication with AA plugin in terminal connections" in the Administration Guide and "Performing authentication with AA plugin in Remote Desktop connections" in the Administration Guide.
Description: Whether the answer to the question is visible (yes), or replaced with asterisks (no).
By default, the configuration of the plugin is stored on SPS in the configuration of SPS. Make sure that you store the sensitive parameters (for example,
To store sensitive plugin data securely
Log in to SPS, navigate to Policies > Credential Stores and create a Local Credential Store. For details, see "Configuring local Credential Stores" in the Administration Guide.
Instead of usernames and passwords, you will store the configuration parameters of the plugin in this Credential Store.
Add the plugin parameters you want to store in an encrypted way to the Credential Store. You can store any configuration parameter of the plugin in the Credential Store, but note that if an option appears in the Credential Store, the plugin will use it. If the same parameter appears in the configuration of the plugin, it will be ignored.
Navigate to the configuration of the plugin on the Policies > AA Plugin Configurations page.
Enter $ as the value of the parameter storing sensitive data.