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One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions 6.11.1 - Administration Guide

Preface Introduction The concepts of One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions (SPS)
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Cloud deployment considerations The Welcome Wizard and the first login Basic settings
Supported web browsers and operating systems The structure of the web interface Network settings Configuring date and time System logging, SNMP and e-mail alerts Configuring system monitoring on SPS Data and configuration backups Archiving and cleanup Using plugins Forwarding data to third-party systems Starling integration
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General connection settings HTTP-specific settings ICA-specific settings MSSQL-specific settings RDP-specific settings SSH-specific settings Using Sudo with SPS Telnet-specific settings VMware Horizon View connections VNC-specific settings Indexing audit trails Using the Search interface Advanced authentication and authorization techniques Reports The One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions (SPS) REST API One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions (SPS) scenarios Troubleshooting One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions (SPS) Using SPS with SPP Configuring external devices Using SCP with agent-forwarding Security checklist for configuring One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions (SPS) Jumplists for in-product help Configuring SPS to use an LDAP backend Glossary

Search Permissions

The following describes how to assign users to access sessions only for connections for which they are granted permission.

Users need the Search privilege to access the Search interface.

Assigning the Search privilege to a user on the Users & Access Control > Appliance Access page, automatically enables the Search in all connections privilege, and grants the user access to every session, even if the user is not a member of the groups listed in the Access Control option of the particular connection policy.

Prerequisites

To assign users to access sessions only for connections for which they are granted permission

  1. Navigate to Users & Access Control > Appliance Access.

    Figure 267: Users & Access Control > Appliance Access — Configuring search privileges

  2. Assign the Search privilege to your usergroup as described in Assigning privileges to user groups for the One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions (SPS) web interface.

  3. Deselect the Search in all connections privilege so that users can access sessions only for connections for which they are granted permission.

  4. To grant permission to a specific connection, navigate to the Connections page of the traffic (for example to SSH Control > Connections), and select the connection policy to modify.

    Figure 268: <Protocol name> Control > Connections > Access Control — Configuring search privileges

  5. Navigate to Access Control and click .

  6. Enter the name of the usergroup whose members are permitted to access the Search interface into the Authorizer Group field. This group must exist on the Users & Access Control > Local User Groups page.

    Caution:

    Usernames, the names of user lists, and the names of usergroups are case sensitive.

  7. Set the permissions of the usergroup.

    • If the usergroup can authorize (that is, enable) and audit (that is, monitor in real-time and download the audit trails) the sessions, select Permission > Follow&Authorize.

    • If the usergroup can only audit the sessions but cannot authorize, select Permission > Follow.

    NOTE: If the Client user is > Member of field is set, the auditor can only monitor the sessions of the specified usergroup. However, if Client user is > Member of field is set, the Auditor cannot access the Search page. To avoid this problem, add another Access Control rule for the Authorizer Group without setting the Client user isfield.

    The admin user of One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions (SPS) can audit and authorize every connection.

Result

Users with the relevant privileges can now access the sessions for which they are granted permission. If users do not have the required permission to access sessions, a warning message is displayed and no session is visible as shown below:

Figure 269: Search — Permission denied

Specifying time ranges

Specify a time range to restrict, or filter your search criteria by setting boundaries on your searches. You can restrict the search to one of the preset time ranges, or use a custom time range for a more specific search.

When you specify a time range, the search result includes:

  • Connections started and finished anywhere between the start time and end time you specified.

  • Connections started anywhere between the start time and end time you specified.

  • Connections ended anywhere between the start time and end time you specified.

  • Active connections if they were started anywhere between the start time and the end time you specified.

For example, at 17:00 PM you specify a start date of 10:00 AM and end date of 15:00 PM for your search. The search result includes:

  • Connections started at 8:00 AM and ended at 14:00 PM.

  • Connections started at 11:00 AM and ended at 14:00 PM.

  • Connections started at 11:00 AM and ended at 16:00 PM.

  • Active connections started at 11:00 AM.

  • Active connections started at 10:00 AM.

To specify time ranges

  1. To select the start date of your search, click Pick a date.

    Alternatively, use the (shortcuts) button to restrict the search to one of the preset time ranges. For example, to investigate an incident that occurred sometime in the last hour, you can select Today, but a better option is Last 60 minutes.

    Figure 270: Search — Pick a date

  2. From the calendar, select the start date as required.

    NOTE: The date refers to the timezone configured on SPS.

  3. For exact time ranges, specify to search by the hour and minute.

    Figure 271: Search — Specify hour and minute

  4. To select the end date of your search, click Pick a date and select a date as required.

    If you specify only the start date, the end date is set to the current time.

  5. Optional: To clear the start and end date, click (shortcuts) > All time.

  6. Optional: You can use the timeline for a quick time range selection and visual representation of sessions in the selected interval.

    1. Click the icon.

      Figure 272: Search — Using the timeline

      The bars display the number of results in the selected interval.

      The active sessions columns indicate all the sessions, which were active in the selected interval. The sessions started columns indicate all the sessions started during the selected interval. For example, if the selected interval is today between 8:00 AM and 9:00 AM, then a session started at 7:00 AM but lasting after 8:00 AM is displayed in the active sessions column. A session started at 8:30 AM is displayed in the sessions started column. Since the session was active during the selected time interval, the session started at 8:30 AM is also displayed in the active sessions column.

      To disable the active sessions and view only the started sessions in the timeline, click . To disable the started sessions and view only the active sessions in the timeline, click .

      Hovering the mouse above a bar displays the number of entries and the start and end date of the period that the bar represents.

      Trend analysis allows you to use the timeline to find changes over time. For example, to find the time range where terminated connections had a significant peak compared to other days, from the Show trend for drop-down menu, select Verdict. Note that you can only view trend analysis for Active, Analytics Score, Client name, Protocol, Server hostname, Server port, Server username, Username and Verdict. All the other selections are grayed out.

      The colors of the bars in the timeline allow you to quickly find the time range with a higher number of terminated sessions.

      Optional: To clear the trend analysis view, from the Show trend for drop-down menu, select X.

      Figure 273: Search — Using the timeline - trend analysis

    2. To select a range, drag the mouse pointer across the timeline or use Shift+Click and select multiple bars.

Using search queries

The following describes how you can use search queries to perform a more specific search.

To search using search queries

  1. Enter a search query in the Search query field, or click on an entry in the table.

    To search, enter a valid search field followed by a value in the search field: VALUE format. For example, if you enter protocol: SSH, the search returns all the SSH sessions.

    TIP: Search is case insensitive. To make the search case sensitive, enclose the search keywords in double quotes.

    The search queries can include only alphanumerical characters. You can use complex expressions and boolean operators, for example, AND, OR, <,>, and so on.

    For the list of search fields that you can use, see List of available search queries.

    For more information on how to use more complex keyphrases that are not covered in this guide, see the Apache Lucene documentation.

    There are search fields that are not displayed but you can still use them to query the sessions. For example, you can search for active connections using the active search field, and search results are listed accordingly, but there is no active field displayed in the search table or in the Overview, Details, and Timeline tabs.

    Figure 274: Search — Search queries

    Alternatively, click and set the filters you need from the appropriate columns. For example, to search for a specific username, select it using the drop-down menu of the Username column. For a more generic search, you can enter any text in the Contains text column.

    Figure 275: Search — Search filters - Basic view

  2. After specifying the relevant query, click Search or press Enter.

    TIP: To save the queries for future use, simply save the URL or bookmark it in your browser.

    Expected result

    Session metadata is displayed in columns that you can query for any parameter, or a combination of parameters. You can view the metadata in the search columns and also displayed as fields in the Overview, Details, and Timeline tabs.

List of available search queries

This section lists the search fields that you can use to perform a more specific search. For information about how to use the search fields listed below, see Using search queries.

The following table provides an explanation to the search field tables listed in this section.

Name:

Specifies the meaningful and easily readable name of the search field.

Search field:

Specifies the filter expression that you can use to filter the audit trails. For example, to narrow your search to a specific server-side IP address, you can enter the server.address: 10.30.255.70 search query in the Search query field. All search results that contain that specific server IP address are listed.

Displayed:

Specifies if the search query result is displayed as a field in the search columns or in the Overview, Details, and Timeline tabs.

There are search fields that are not displayed but you can still use them to filter the audit trails. For example, you can search for active connections using the active search field, and search results are listed accordingly, but there is no active field displayed in the search table or in the Overview, Details, and Timeline tabs.

The following search fields are available:

alert
Alert type

Name:

Alert type

Search field:

alert_type

Type:

enum

Displayed:

True

The type of the alert.

Possible values:

  • adp.event.command: A command entered in SSH or Telnet.

  • adp.event.screen.content: Alert triggered by the screen content.

  • adp.event.screen.creditcard: Credit card numbers detected. Displayed only as an alert, not visible in the events.

  • adp.event.screen.windowtitle: The title of the window in graphic protocols.

Channel ID

Name:

Channel ID

Search field:

channel_id

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The id of the channel the alert belongs to.

Matched regexp on action

Name:

Matched regexp on action

Search field:

matched_action

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The regular expression that matched the command line without prompt

Matched content

Name:

Matched content

Search field:

matched_content

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The content the alert matched.

Note that this value contains the context of the match as well. For example, if a Content Policy triggers an alert if a user types the sudo command, then the psm.alerts.matched_content value contains the entire command line, including the command prompt, for example, myuser@examplehost:~$ man sudo.

Matched regexp

Name:

Matched regexp

Search field:

matched_regexp

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The regular expression that matched the content.

For details, see Real-time content monitoring with Content Policies.

Alert ID

Name:

Alert ID

Search field:

record_id

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

The identifier of the alert within the audit trail (.zat file).

Rule name

Name:

Rule name

Search field:

rule_name

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The name of the content policy rule.

Note that this is not the name of the Content Policy.

Alert time

Name:

Alert time

Search field:

time

Type:

date

Displayed:

False

The timestamp of the alert.

channel
Channel is active

Name:

Channel is active

Search field:

active

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

True

True if the session has not ended yet.

Application

Name:

Application

Search field:

application

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The name of the application accessed in a seamless Citrix ICA connection.

Audit stream ID

Name:

Audit stream ID

Search field:

audit_stream_id

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The identifier of the channel's audit stream. If the session does not have an audit trail, this element is not used.

Channel ID

Name:

Channel ID

Search field:

channel_id

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

The unique ID of the channel.

Client X.509 Subject

Name:

Client X.509 Subject

Search field:

client_x509_subject

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The client's certificate in TELNET or VNC sessions. Available only if the 'Client-side transport security settings > Peer certificate validation' option is enabled in One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions.

Executed commands

Name:

Executed commands

Search field:

command

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

Lists the commands executed in an SSH session.

Port-forward target IP

Name:

Port-forward target IP

Search field:

connected.ip

Type:

ip

Displayed:

True

The traffic was forwarded to this IP address in Remote Forward and Local Forward channels.

Port-forward target name

Name:

Port-forward target name

Search field:

connected.name

Type:

text

Displayed:

True

The traffic was forwarded to this host in Remote Forward and Local Forward channels. If the hostname is not available, this field contains the IP address of the host

Port-forward target port

Name:

Port-forward target port

Search field:

connected.port

Type:

port

Displayed:

True

The traffic was forwarded to this port in Remote Forward and Local Forward channels.

Device name

Name:

Device name

Search field:

device_name

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The name or ID of the shared device (redirect) used in the RDP connection.

Description: Used with the serial redirect, parallel redirect, printer redirect, disk redirect, and scard redirect RDP channel types.

The name of the device.

Channel duration

Name:

Channel duration

Search field:

duration

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

The length of the channel (how long the channel lasted).

Dynamic channel

Name:

Dynamic channel

Search field:

dynamic_channel

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The name or ID of the dynamic channel opened in the RDP session.

Channel end time

Name:

Channel end time

Search field:

end_time

Type:

date

Displayed:

True

Date when the channel was closed.

Environment

Name:

Environment

Search field:

environment

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

Date when the channel was closed.

Four-eyes authorizer

Name:

Four-eyes authorizer

Search field:

four_eyes_authorizer

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The username of the user who authorized the session. Available only if four-eyes authorization is required for the channel.

Four-eyes description

Name:

Four-eyes description

Search field:

four_eyes_description

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The description submitted by the authorizer of the session.

Channel originator IP address

Name:

Channel originator IP address

Search field:

originator.ip

Type:

ip

Displayed:

True

The IP address of the host initiating the channel in Remote Forward and Local Forward channels. Note that this host is not necessarily the client or the server of the SSH connection.

Channel originator name

Name:

Channel originator name

Search field:

originator.name

Type:

text

Displayed:

True

The hostname of the host initiating the channel in Remote Forward and Local Forward channels. Note that this host is not necessarily the client or the server of the SSH connection. If the hostname is not available, this field contains the IP address of the host.

Originator port

Name:

Originator port

Search field:

originator.port

Type:

port

Displayed:

True

The number of the forwarded port in Remote Forward and Local Forward SSH channels.

Rule number

Name:

Rule number

Search field:

rule_num

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The number of the line in the Channel policy applied to the channel.

SCP path

Name:

SCP path

Search field:

scp_path

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

Name and path of the file copied via SCP. Available only for SCP sessions (Session exec SCP SSH channels) if the Log file transfers to database option isenabled in the Channel Policy of the connection.

Channel start time

Name:

Channel start time

Search field:

start_time

Type:

date

Displayed:

True

Date when the channel was started.

Subsystem name

Name:

Subsystem name

Search field:

subsystem_name

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

Name of the SSH subsystem used in the channel.

Channel type

Name:

Channel type

Search field:

type

Type:

enum

Displayed:

True

Type of the channel.

Possible values:

  • #drawing: Drawing

  • CTXCAM: Audio

  • CTXCDM: Drive

  • CTXCLIP: Clipboard

  • CTXCOM1: Printer (COM1)

  • CTXCOM2: Printer (COM2)

  • CTXCPM: Printer Spooler

  • CTXFLSH: HDX Mediastream

  • CTXLPT1: Printer (LPT1)

  • CTXLPT2: Printer (LPT2)

  • CTXSCRD: Smartcard

  • CTXTW: Drawing (Thinwire)

  • CTXTWI: Seamless

  • CTXUSB: USB

  • SPDBRS: Speedbrowse

  • auth-agent: Agent

  • cliprdr: Clipboard

  • custom: Custom

  • direct-tcpip: Local forward

  • drawing: Drawing

  • drdynvc: Dynamic virtual channel

  • forwarded-tcpip: Remote forward

  • http: HTTP

  • rdpdr: Redirects

  • rdpdr-disk: Disk redirect

  • rdpdr-parallel: Parallel redirect

  • rdpdr-printer: Printer redirect

  • rdpdr-scard: SCard redirect

  • rdpdr-serial: Serial redirect

  • rdpsnd: Sound

  • seamrdp: Seamless

  • session-exec: Session exec

  • session-exec-scp: Session exec SCP

  • session-shell: Session shell

  • session-subsystem: Session subsystem

  • session-subsystem-sftp: Session SFTP

  • telnet: Telnet

  • vnc: VNC

  • websocket: WebSocket

  • x11: X11 forward

Channel verdict

Name:

Channel verdict

Search field:

verdict

Type:

enum

Displayed:

True

Indicates what One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions decided about the channel.

Possible values:

  • ACCEPT: Accepted

  • DENY: Denied

  • FOUR_EYES_DEFERRED: Waiting for remote username

  • FOUR_EYES_ERROR: Internal error during four-eyes authorization

  • FOUR_EYES_REJECT: Four-eyes authorization rejected

  • FOUR_EYES_TIMEOUT: Four-eyes authorization timed out

content
Window title

Name:

Window title

Search field:

title

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The content of the title bar in the active window. The window title typically contains the name of the application, or the name of the dialogue box. Only available in graphical sessions (for example, RDP), if indexing is enabled.

Command

Name:

Command

Search field:

command

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The commands that the user executed in the session. Only available in terminal sessions (for example, SSH), if indexing is enabled.

event
Event Action

Name:

Event Action

Search field:

action

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The command line without prompt in commands

Channel ID

Name:

Channel ID

Search field:

channel_id

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The id of the channel the event belongs to.

Event content

Name:

Event content

Search field:

content

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The command executed, or the window title detected in the channel (for example, ls, exit, or Firefox).

Protocol details

Name:

Protocol details

Search field:

details

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The details of the protocol used for the operation.

Event ID

Name:

Event ID

Search field:

event_id

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The identifier of the vault event.

Operation

Name:

Operation

Search field:

operation

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The type of the operation that occurred, for example, Create file (in the case of FTP) or GET (in the case of HTTP).

Path

Name:

Path

Search field:

path

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The path (if any) used by the operation that occurred.

Event ID

Name:

Event ID

Search field:

record_id

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

The identifier of the event within the audit trail (.zat file).

Response code

Name:

Response code

Search field:

response_code

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

The status code of the protocol response (if any) returned.

Event date

Name:

Event date

Search field:

time

Type:

date

Displayed:

False

The date when the event happened.

Event type

Name:

Event type

Search field:

type

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The type of the event, for example, command, screen_content, window_title.

indexer_info
Commands indexed

Name:

Commands indexed

Search field:

config.command.enabled

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

True

True if commands were extracted while indexing the session.

Keyboard buffering interval

Name:

Keyboard buffering interval

Search field:

config.keyboard.buffer_interval

Type:

double

Displayed:

True

The buffering interval in milliseconds used when extracting keyboard events while indexing the session.

Keyboard extracted

Name:

Keyboard extracted

Search field:

config.keyboard.enabled

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

True

True if keyboard events were extracted while indexing the session.

Mouse buffering interval

Name:

Mouse buffering interval

Search field:

config.mouse.buffer_interval

Type:

double

Displayed:

True

The buffering interval in milliseconds used when extracting mouse events while indexing the session.

Mouse extracted

Name:

Mouse extracted

Search field:

config.mouse.enabled

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

True

True if mouse events were extracted while indexing the session.

Near real-time indexing

Name:

Near real-time indexing

Search field:

config.near_realtime

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

True

True if indexing this session was done near real-time (when the session was still active).

OCR languages

Name:

OCR languages

Search field:

config.ocr_languages

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The language configuration for optical character recognition used when indexing the session.

Screen content indexed

Name:

Screen content indexed

Search field:

config.screen.enabled

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

True

True if screen content was extracted while indexing the session.

OCR tradeoff

Name:

OCR tradeoff

Search field:

config.screen.omnipage_trade_off

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The tradeoff used for optical character recognition when extracting screen content while indexing the session.

Titles indexed

Name:

Titles indexed

Search field:

config.title.enabled

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

True

True if window titles were extracted while indexing the session.

Indexing error

Name:

Indexing error

Search field:

error.message

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The reason why indexing failed

Indexing cpu time

Name:

Indexing cpu time

Search field:

statistics.cpu_time

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

The CPU time that indexing this session took in milliseconds.

Indexing duration

Name:

Indexing duration

Search field:

statistics.duration

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

The duration of time that indexing this session took in milliseconds.

Indexing start time

Name:

Indexing start time

Search field:

statistics.start_time

Type:

date

Displayed:

True

The time and date when indexing this session started.

Indexing status

Name:

Indexing status

Search field:

status

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

Shows if the channel has been indexed successfully or not.

Indexer ADP version

Name:

Indexer ADP version

Search field:

version.adp

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The version of the audit data processor used for indexing the session

Indexer version

Name:

Indexer version

Search field:

version.worker

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The version of the indexer worker used for indexing the session

ZAC created

Name:

ZAC created

Search field:

config.zac.enabled

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

False

True if an Audit Content file was created while indexing the session.

screen
Screen content

Name:

Screen content

Search field:

content

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

Text that appeared on the screen in the session.

Channel id in trail

Name:

Channel id in trail

Search field:

channel_id_in_trail

Type:

long

Displayed:

False

The ID of the channel where this content appeared. To check the channel ID (channel_id), select a session and click details. Navigate to details > Channels and click the channel type.

Screen content creation time

Name:

Screen content creation time

Search field:

time

Type:

screen

Displayed:

False

The creation time of the indexed screen content.

Screen content ID

Name:

Screen content ID

Search field:

id

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The ID of a screen content event.

session
Active

Name:

Active

Search field:

active

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

True

The session is still open.

Analytics Interesting events

Name:

Analytics Interesting events

Search field:

analytics.interesting_events

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

Collection of interesting command(s) and window title(s) from the session.

Analytics Score

Name:

Analytics Score

Search field:

analytics.score.aggregated

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

The risk score that the Analytics Module assigned to the session.Ranges from 0 to 100, 100 is the highest risk score.

Score time

Name:

Score time

Search field:

analytics.score.time

Type:

date

Displayed:

False

The scoring time of the given analytics. The different analytics are scored at different times based on the type of the analytics and certain configuration settings.

Command score

Name:

Command score

Search field:

analytics.score.details.command.score

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

Score given by the Command algorithm.

FIS score

Name:

FIS score

Search field:

analytics.score.details.fis.score

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

Score given by the Frequent Item Set (FIS) algorithm

Host login score

Name:

Host login score

Search field:

analytics.score.details.hostlogin.score

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

Score given by the Host login algorithm.

Login time score

Name:

Login time score

Search field:

analytics.score.details.logintime.score

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

Score given by the Login time algorithm.

Keystroke score

Name:

Keystroke score

Search field:

analytics.score.details.keystroke.score

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

Score given by the Keystroke algorithm.

Mouse score

Name:

Mouse score

Search field:

analytics.score.details.mouse.score

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

Score given by the Mouse algorithm.

Windowtitle score

Name:

Windowtitle score

Search field:

analytics.score.details.windowtitle.score

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

Score given by the Window title algorithm.

Scripted

Name:

Scripted

Search field:

analytics.scripted

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

True

True if the One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Analytics module marked the session as scripted because of non-human activity

Similar Sessions

Name:

Similar Sessions

Search field:

analytics.similar_sessions

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

Collection of similar sessions from different sources.

Bucketed duration

Name:

Bucketed duration

Search field:

analytics.bucketed_duration

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

Categorized length of session

Bucketed starting hour

Name:

Bucketed starting hour

Search field:

analytics.bucketed_starting_hour

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

Session start time categorized by hours

Analytics tags

Name:

Analytics tags

Search field:

analytics.tags

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The Analytics tags section in Search > details.

Client IP

Name:

Client IP

Search field:

client.ip

Type:

ip

Displayed:

True

The IP address of the client that initiated the session.

Client name

Name:

Client name

Search field:

client.name

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The name of the client that initiated the session.

Client port

Name:

Client port

Search field:

client.port

Type:

port

Displayed:

True

The port number of the client that initiated the session.

Creation time

Name:

Creation time

Search field:

creation_time

Type:

date

Displayed:

True

The first time the pipeline created the session. It is different from start_time and can be later than start_time.

Duration

Name:

Duration

Search field:

duration

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

The length of the session (how long the session lasted).

End time

Name:

End time

Search field:

end_time

Type:

date

Displayed:

True

Date when the session was closed.

For ongoing connections, the value is null.

Starting with SPS 5 LTS, the timestamp is in ISO 8601 format, for example, 2018-10-11T09:23:38.000+02:00. In earlier versions, it was in UNIX timestamp format.

Log adapter

Name:

Log adapter

Search field:

log.adapter_name

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The name of the Log Adapter Plugin. This plugin can be uploaded at Basic Settings > Plugins.

Log auth method

Name:

Log auth method

Search field:

log.auth_method

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

SSH relayed authentication method. It is configured at SSH Control > Authentication Policies > Relayed authentication methods.

Log syslog time

Name:

Log syslog time

Search field:

log.syslog_time

Type:

date

Displayed:

True

Date of the message in the ISO 8601 compatible standard timestamp format.

Node ID

Name:

Node ID

Search field:

node_id

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The node ID of the Safeguard for Privileged Sessions machine

Origin

Name:

Origin

Search field:

origin

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The source from where One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions (SPS) received this session: sessions recorded by SPS, sessions recorded by and fetched from One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Passwords, or logs for sessions built from log data.

Protocol

Name:

Protocol

Search field:

protocol

Type:

enum

Displayed:

True

The protocol used in the session: Citrix ICA, HTTP, RDP, SSH, Telnet (including TN3270 and TN5250), MSSQL or VNC.

Possible values:

  • HTTP: HTTP

  • ICA: ICA

  • RDP: RDP

  • SSH: SSH

  • TELNET: TELNET

  • VNC: VNC

  • MSSQL: MSSQL

Appliance id

Name:

Appliance id

Search field:

vault.appliance_id

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The appliance's id

Appliance name

Name:

Appliance name

Search field:

vault.appliance_name

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The appliance's name

Access request type

Name:

Access request type

Search field:

vault.access_request_type

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

Access request type can be: SSH, RDP, Password

Asset partition id

Name:

Asset partition id

Search field:

vault.asset_partition_id

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

ID of asset partition which represents a collection of assets and accounts along with management configuration

Asset partition name

Name:

Asset partition name

Search field:

vault.asset_partition_name

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

Name of the asset partition which represents a collection of assets and accounts along with management configuration

Broker id

Name:

Broker id

Search field:

vault.broker_id

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

ID of the broker who made the access request

Broker name

Name:

Broker name

Search field:

vault.broker_name

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The broker's name who made the access request

Account id

Name:

Account id

Search field:

vault.account_id

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

Database ID of the account being requested

Account name

Name:

Account name

Search field:

vault.account_name

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

Name of the account being requested

System id

Name:

System id

Search field:

vault.system_id

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

Database ID of the system that has been requested access to. Should be displayed as assetId

System name

Name:

System name

Search field:

vault.system_name

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

Name of the system that has been requested access to. Should be displayed as assetName

Ticket number

Name:

Ticket number

Search field:

vault.ticket_number

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

Number of the help desk ticket as required by policy

Reason name

Name:

Reason name

Search field:

vault.reason_name

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

Reason's name for why the access request is needed

Is emergency

Name:

Is emergency

Search field:

vault.is_emergency

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

True

True when the access request was submitted as being an emergency

Offline workflow

Name:

Offline workflow

Search field:

vault.offline_workflow

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

True

True when the access request is an offline workflow

Auto approved

Name:

Auto approved

Search field:

vault.auto_approved

Type:

date

Displayed:

True

Date when access request was auto-approved to see the workflow's life in a timeline

Emergency access granted

Name:

Emergency access granted

Search field:

vault.emergency_access_granted

Type:

date

Displayed:

True

Date when the emergency access request was granted to see the workflow's life in a timeline

Available

Name:

Available

Search field:

vault.available

Type:

date

Displayed:

True

Date when the request is available for access

Checked in

Name:

Checked in

Search field:

vault.checked_in

Type:

date

Displayed:

True

Date when the access request is checked-in to see the workflow's life in a timeline

Expired

Name:

Expired

Search field:

vault.expired

Type:

date

Displayed:

True

Date when the access request will expire

Created user id

Name:

Created user id

Search field:

vault.created.user.user_id

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

Database ID of the user who created the access request

Created user name

Name:

Created user name

Search field:

vault.created.user.user_name

Type:

text

Displayed:

True

Name of the user who made the access request

Created domain name

Name:

Created domain name

Search field:

vault.created.user.domain_name

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

Domain mame of the user who made the access request

Created user display name

Name:

Created user display name

Search field:

vault.created.user.user_display_name

Type:

text

Displayed:

True

Display name of the user who made the access request

Created client ip address

Name:

Created client ip address

Search field:

vault.created.user.client_ip_address

Type:

ip

Displayed:

True

IP address of the user who created the access request

Created comment

Name:

Created comment

Search field:

vault.created.comment

Type:

text

Displayed:

True

Comment for the created access request

Created timestamp

Name:

Created timestamp

Search field:

vault.created.timestamp

Type:

date

Displayed:

True

Date when the access request was created

Denied user id

Name:

Denied user id

Search field:

vault.denied.user.user_id

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

Database ID of the user who denied the access request

Denied user name

Name:

Denied user name

Search field:

vault.denied.user.user_name

Type:

text

Displayed:

True

Name of the user who denied the access request

Denied domain name

Name:

Denied domain name

Search field:

vault.denied.user.domain_name

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The user's domain name who denied the access request

Denied user display name

Name:

Denied user display name

Search field:

vault.denied.user.user_display_name

Type:

text

Displayed:

True

Display name of the user who denied the access request

Denied client ip address

Name:

Denied client ip address

Search field:

vault.denied.user.client_ip_address

Type:

ip

Displayed:

True

IP address of the user who denied the access request

Denied comment

Name:

Denied comment

Search field:

vault.denied.comment

Type:

text

Displayed:

True

Comment made by approver to describe denial

Denied timestamp

Name:

Denied timestamp

Search field:

vault.denied.timestamp

Type:

date

Displayed:

True

Date when the access request was denied

Revoked user id

Name:

Revoked user id

Search field:

vault.revoked.user.user_id

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

Database ID of the user who revoked the access request

Revoked user name

Name:

Revoked user name

Search field:

vault.revoked.user.user_name

Type:

text

Displayed:

True

Username of the user who revoked the access request

Revoked domain name

Name:

Revoked domain name

Search field:

vault.revoked.user.domain_name

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The user's domain name who revoked the access request

Revoked user display name

Name:

Revoked user display name

Search field:

vault.revoked.user.user_display_name

Type:

text

Displayed:

True

Display name of the user who revoked the access request

Revoked client ip address

Name:

Revoked client ip address

Search field:

vault.revoked.user.client_ip_address

Type:

ip

Displayed:

True

IP address of the user who revoked the access request

Revoked comment

Name:

Revoked comment

Search field:

vault.revoked.comment

Type:

text

Displayed:

True

Comment made by approver to describe the revoke

Revoked timestamp

Name:

Revoked timestamp

Search field:

vault.revoked.timestamp

Type:

date

Displayed:

True

Date when the access request was revoked

Closed user id

Name:

Closed user id

Search field:

vault.closed.user.user_id

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

User ID of user who closed the access request. Closing access request used by an admin when a review cannot be completed

Closed user name

Name:

Closed user name

Search field:

vault.closed.user.user_name

Type:

text

Displayed:

True

Username of the user who closed the access request. Closing access request used by an admin when a review cannot be completed

Closed domain name

Name:

Closed domain name

Search field:

vault.closed.user.domain_name

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The user's domain name who closed the access request

Closed user display name

Name:

Closed user display name

Search field:

vault.closed.user.user_display_name

Type:

text

Displayed:

True

Display name of the user who closed the access request

Closed client ip address

Name:

Closed client ip address

Search field:

vault.closed.user.client_ip_address

Type:

ip

Displayed:

True

IP address of the user who closed the access request

Closed comment

Name:

Closed comment

Search field:

vault.closed.comment

Type:

text

Displayed:

True

Comment for the request

Closed timestamp

Name:

Closed timestamp

Search field:

vault.closed.timestamp

Type:

date

Displayed:

True

Date when the access request was closed

Reviewed user id

Name:

Reviewed user id

Search field:

vault.reviewed.user.user_id

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

Database ID of the user who reviewed the access request

Reviewed user name

Name:

Reviewed user name

Search field:

vault.reviewed.user.user_name

Type:

text

Displayed:

True

Username of the user who reviewed the access request

Reviewed domain name

Name:

Reviewed domain name

Search field:

vault.reviewed.user.domain_name

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

User's domain name who reviewed the access request

Reviewed user display name

Name:

Reviewed user display name

Search field:

vault.reviewed.user.user_display_name

Type:

text

Displayed:

True

Display name of the user who reviewed the access request

Reviewed client ip address

Name:

Reviewed client ip address

Search field:

vault.reviewed.user.client_ip_address

Type:

ip

Displayed:

True

IP address of the user who reviewed the access request

Reviewed comment

Name:

Reviewed comment

Search field:

vault.reviewed.comment

Type:

text

Displayed:

True

Comment made by reviewer to describe review

Reviewed timestamp

Name:

Reviewed timestamp

Search field:

vault.reviewed.timestamp

Type:

date

Displayed:

True

Date when the access request was reviewed

Approved user id

Name:

Approved user id

Search field:

vault.approved.user.user_id

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

Database ID of the user who approved the access request

Approved user name

Name:

Approved user name

Search field:

vault.approved.user.user_name

Type:

text

Displayed:

True

Username of the user who approved the access request

Approved domain name

Name:

Approved domain name

Search field:

vault.approved.user.domain_name

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

User's domain name who approved the access request

Approved user display name

Name:

Approved user display name

Search field:

vault.approved.user.user_display_name

Type:

text

Displayed:

True

Display name of the user who approved the access request

Approved client ip address

Name:

Approved client ip address

Search field:

vault.approved.user.client_ip_address

Type:

ip

Displayed:

True

IP address of the user who approved the access request

Approved comment

Name:

Approved comment

Search field:

vault.approved.comment

Type:

text

Displayed:

True

Comment made by approver to describe approval

Approved timestamp

Name:

Approved timestamp

Search field:

vault.approved.timestamp

Type:

date

Displayed:

True

Date when the access request was approved

Additional metadata

Name:

Additional metadata

Search field:

recording.additional_metadata

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

Data about the session recorded by the different plugins of One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions, for example, when using an Authentication and Authorization plugin.

Recording Archive date

Name:

Recording Archive date

Search field:

recording.archive.date

Type:

date

Displayed:

True

The date when the connection was archived or cleaned up.

Recording Archive path

Name:

Recording Archive path

Search field:

recording.archive.path

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The path where the audit trail was archived on the remote server.

Recording Archive policy

Name:

Recording Archive policy

Search field:

recording.archive.policy

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The archive policy used to archive the audit trail.

Recording Archive server

Name:

Recording Archive server

Search field:

recording.archive.server

Type:

ip

Displayed:

True

The hostname or IP address of the remote server where the audit trail was archived.

Recording Archived

Name:

Recording Archived

Search field:

recording.archived

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

True

Shows if the data (metadata, audit trail) about the session was archived to a remote server.

Audit trail path

Name:

Audit trail path

Search field:

recording.audit_trail

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The path to the audit trail file on One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions. If One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions has already archived the audit trail, see the Archive path field instead.

. If the session does not have an audit trail, this element is not used. To download the audit trail, see Replaying audit trails in your browser.

Name:

Audit trail download link

Search field:

trail_download_link

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The download link to the audit trail file on One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions.

Recording Authentication method

Name:

Recording Authentication method

Search field:

recording.auth_method

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The authentication method used in the session.

Recording Channel policy

Name:

Recording Channel policy

Search field:

recording.channel_policy

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The Channel policy applied to the session. Channel policy determines the channels permitted in the connection, and if the channel is audited or not. The Channel policy can restrict access based on IP address, user list, user group, or time policy.

You can find the list of channel policies for each protocol at the <Protocol> Control > Channel Policies page.

Commands available

Name:

Commands available

Search field:

recording.command_extracted

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

True

True if commands have been extracted from the session. The extracted commands are in the Events field.

Recording Connection policy

Name:

Recording Connection policy

Search field:

recording.connection_policy

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The name of the Connection policy that handled the client's connection request.

This is the name displayed on the <Protocol> Control > Connections page of the SPS web interface, and in the name field of the Connection Policy object. You can find the list of connection policies for each protocol at the <Protocol> Control > Connections page.

Recording Connection policy ID

Name:

Recording Connection policy ID

Search field:

recording.connection_policy_id

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The ID of the Connection policy that handled the client's connection request.

You can find the list of connection policies for each protocol at the <Protocol> Control > Connections page.

Recording Content reference ID

Name:

Recording Content reference ID

Search field:

recording.content_reference_id

Type:

long

Displayed:

True

The unique identifier for the session content search.

Deny Reason

Name:

Deny Reason

Search field:

recording.deny_reason

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The failure reason in case of a DENY verdict sent by an AA plugin.

Recording Indexing status

Name:

Recording Indexing status

Search field:

recording.index_status

Type:

enum

Displayed:

True

Shows if the channel has been indexed.

Possible values:

  • CHANNEL_OPEN: Session is active

  • INDEXED: Session indexed

  • INDEXING_FAILED: Session indexing failed

  • INDEXING_IN_PROGRESS: Session indexing in progress

  • INDEXING_NOT_REQUIRED: Session indexing not required

  • NOT_INDEXED: Session is not indexed

  • NO_TRAIL: Auditing not enabled

  • INDEXING_ABORTED: Session indexing in progress was aborted

Has ZAC

Name:

Has ZAC

Search field:

recording.has_zac

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

False

Audit Content file is available for the session. This file allows the user to search the content of graphical sessions using the Safeguard Desktop Player.

Recording Network namespace

Name:

Recording Network namespace

Search field:

recording.network_id

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The ID of the Linux network namespace where the session originated from.

Server local IP address

Name:

Server local IP address

Search field:

recording.server_local.ip

Type:

ip

Displayed:

True

The IP address of One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions used in the server-side connection.

Server local name

Name:

Server local name

Search field:

recording.server_local.name

Type:

text

Displayed:

True

The hostname of One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions used in the server-side connection. If the hostname is not available, this field contains the IP address of One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions.

Recording Server local port

Name:

Recording Server local port

Search field:

recording.server_local.port

Type:

port

Displayed:

True

The port number of One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions used in the server-side connection.

Recording Session ID

Name:

Recording Session ID

Search field:

recording.session_id

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

A globally unique string that identifies the session. Log messages related to the session contain this ID.

Target IP address

Name:

Target IP address

Search field:

recording.target.ip

Type:

ip

Displayed:

True

The client originally tried to access this IP address. This can differ from the destination address, for example, when One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions is configured to redirect the connection. The address that the client actually connected to is in the Server address field.

Target name

Name:

Target name

Search field:

recording.target.name

Type:

text

Displayed:

True

The client originally tried to access this host. This can differ from the destination address, for example, when One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions is configured to redirect the connection. The address that the client actually connected to is in the Server address field. If the hostname is not available, this field contains the IP address of the host.

Recording Target port

Name:

Recording Target port

Search field:

recording.target.port

Type:

port

Displayed:

True

The client originally tried to access this port. This can differ from the port of the destination server, for example, when One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions is configured to redirect the connection. The port that the client actually connected to is in the Server port field.

Recording Verdict

Name:

Recording Verdict

Search field:

recording.verdict

Type:

enum

Displayed:

True

Indicates what One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions decided about the session.

Possible values:

  • ACCEPT: Accepted

  • ACCEPT_TERMINATED: Terminated by a content policy

  • AUTH_FAIL: Authentication failed

  • DENY: Connection rejected

  • FAIL: Connection timed out on the server

  • GW_AUTH_FAIL: Gateway authentication failed

  • KEY_ERROR: Hostkey mismatch

  • USER_MAPPING_FAIL: Usermapping failed

Recording Window titles available

Name:

Recording Window titles available

Search field:

recording.window_title_extracted

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

True

True if window titles have been extracted from the session. The extracted window titles are in the Window title field.

Server IP

Name:

Server IP

Search field:

server.ip

Type:

ip

Displayed:

True

The IP address of the server that One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions connected to. This address was the remote end of the server-side connection.

Server hostname

Name:

Server hostname

Search field:

server.name

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The hostname of the server that One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions connected to.

Server port

Name:

Server port

Search field:

server.port

Type:

port

Displayed:

True

The port number of the server that One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions connected to.

Start time

Name:

Start time

Search field:

start_time

Type:

date

Displayed:

True

Date when the session was started.

Starting with SPS 5 LTS, the timestamp is in ISO 8601 format, for example, 2018-10-11T09:23:38.000+02:00. In earlier versions, it was in UNIX timestamp format.

Gateway username

Name:

Gateway username

Search field:

user.gateway_username

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The username used to authenticate on the One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions gateway (that is, in the client-side connection). Sometimes it is also called client-side username.

Gateway username domain

Name:

Gateway username domain

Search field:

user.gateway_username_domain

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The domain of the username used to authenticate on the One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions gateway (that is, in the client-side connection).

User ID

Name:

User ID

Search field:

user.id

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The ID of the user.

Username

Name:

Username

Search field:

user.name

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

This field contains the username, which was used by the user to authenticate to the remote server. Its value is the same as the gateway username when it is available, otherwise, it will be filled with the server username.

Name domain

Name:

Name domain

Search field:

user.name_domain

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

This field contains the domain of the username, which was used by the user to authenticate to the remote server. Its value is the same as the gateway domain when it is available, otherwise, it will be filled with the server domain.

Server username

Name:

Server username

Search field:

user.server_username

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The username used to log in to the remote server. This username can differ from the client-side username if usermapping is used in the connection.

Server username domain

Name:

Server username domain

Search field:

user.server_username_domain

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The domain of the username used to log in to the remote server.

Verdict

Name:

Verdict

Search field:

verdict

Type:

enum

Displayed:

True

Indicates what One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions decided about the session. A session verdict that originates from log events or other external events.

Possible values:

  • ACCEPT: Accepted

  • AUTH_FAIL: Authentication failed

  • DENY: Connection rejected

  • FAIL: Connection timed out on the server

  • PENDING: Connection is pending

  • TERMINATED: Connection terminated

Channel is active

Name:

Channel is active

Search field:

channel.active

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

False

True if the session has not ended yet.

Application

Name:

Application

Search field:

channel.application

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The name of the application accessed in a seamless Citrix ICA connection.

Audit stream ID

Name:

Audit stream ID

Search field:

channel.audit_stream_id

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The identifier of the channel's audit stream. If the session does not have an audit trail, this element is not used.

Channel ID

Name:

Channel ID

Search field:

channel.channel_id

Type:

long

Displayed:

False

The unique ID of the channel.

Client X.509 Subject

Name:

Client X.509 Subject

Search field:

channel.client_x509_subject

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The client's certificate in TELNET or VNC sessions. Available only if the 'Client-side transport security settings > Peer certificate validation' option is enabled in One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions.

Executed commands

Name:

Executed commands

Search field:

channel.command

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

Lists the commands executed in an SSH session.

Port-forward target IP

Name:

Port-forward target IP

Search field:

channel.connected.ip

Type:

ip

Displayed:

False

The traffic was forwarded to this IP address in Remote Forward and Local Forward channels.

Port-forward target name

Name:

Port-forward target name

Search field:

channel.connected.name

Type:

text

Displayed:

False

The traffic was forwarded to this host in Remote Forward and Local Forward channels. If the hostname is not available, this field contains the IP address of the host

Port-forward target port

Name:

Port-forward target port

Search field:

channel.connected.port

Type:

port

Displayed:

False

The traffic was forwarded to this port in Remote Forward and Local Forward channels.

Device name

Name:

Device name

Search field:

channel.device_name

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The name or ID of the shared device (redirect) used in the RDP connection.

Channel duration

Name:

Channel duration

Search field:

channel.duration

Type:

long

Displayed:

False

The length of the channel (how long the channel lasted).

Dynamic channel

Name:

Dynamic channel

Search field:

channel.dynamic_channel

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The name or ID of the dynamic channel opened in the RDP session.

Used with the dynamic virtual RDP channel type.

Channel end time

Name:

Channel end time

Search field:

channel.end_time

Type:

date

Displayed:

False

Date when the channel was closed.

Environment

Name:

Environment

Search field:

channel.environment

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

Date when the channel was closed.

Four-eyes authorizer

Name:

Four-eyes authorizer

Search field:

channel.four_eyes_authorizer

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The username of the user who authorized the session. Available only if four-eyes authorization is required for the channel.

Four-eyes description

Name:

Four-eyes description

Search field:

channel.four_eyes_description

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The description submitted by the authorizer of the session.

Channel originator IP address

Name:

Channel originator IP address

Search field:

channel.originator.ip

Type:

ip

Displayed:

False

The IP address of the host initiating the channel in Remote Forward and Local Forward channels. Note that this host is not necessarily the client or the server of the SSH connection.

Channel originator name

Name:

Channel originator name

Search field:

channel.originator.name

Type:

text

Displayed:

False

The hostname of the host initiating the channel in Remote Forward and Local Forward channels. Note that this host is not necessarily the client or the server of the SSH connection. If the hostname is not available, this field contains the IP address of the host.

Originator port

Name:

Originator port

Search field:

channel.originator.port

Type:

port

Displayed:

False

The number of the forwarded port in Remote Forward and Local Forward SSH channels.

Rule number

Name:

Rule number

Search field:

channel.rule_num

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The number of the line in the Channel policy applied to the channel.

SCP path

Name:

SCP path

Search field:

channel.scp_path

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

Name and path of the file copied via SCP. Available only for SCP sessions (Session exec SCP SSH channels) if the Log file transfers to database option isenabled in the Channel Policy of the connection.

Channel start time

Name:

Channel start time

Search field:

channel.start_time

Type:

date

Displayed:

False

Date when the channel was started.

Subsystem name

Name:

Subsystem name

Search field:

channel.subsystem_name

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

Name of the SSH subsystem used in the channel.

Channel type

Name:

Channel type

Search field:

channel.type

Type:

enum

Displayed:

False

Type of the channel.

Possible values:

  • #drawing: Drawing

  • CTXCAM: Audio

  • CTXCDM: Drive

  • CTXCLIP: Clipboard

  • CTXCOM1: Printer (COM1)

  • CTXCOM2: Printer (COM2)

  • CTXCPM: Printer Spooler

  • CTXFLSH: HDX Mediastream

  • CTXLPT1: Printer (LPT1)

  • CTXLPT2: Printer (LPT2)

  • CTXSCRD: Smartcard

  • CTXTW: Drawing (Thinwire)

  • CTXTWI: Seamless

  • CTXUSB: USB

  • SPDBRS: Speedbrowse

  • auth-agent: Agent

  • cliprdr: Clipboard

  • custom: Custom

  • direct-tcpip: Local forward

  • drawing: Drawing

  • drdynvc: Dynamic virtual channel

  • forwarded-tcpip: Remote forward

  • http: HTTP

  • rdpdr: Redirects

  • rdpdr-disk: Disk redirect

  • rdpdr-parallel: Parallel redirect

  • rdpdr-printer: Printer redirect

  • rdpdr-scard: SCard redirect

  • rdpdr-serial: Serial redirect

  • rdpsnd: Sound

  • seamrdp: Seamless

  • session-exec: Session exec

  • session-exec-scp: Session exec SCP

  • session-shell: Session shell

  • session-subsystem: Session subsystem

  • session-subsystem-sftp: Session SFTP

  • telnet: Telnet

  • vnc: VNC

  • websocket: WebSocket

  • x11: X11 forward

Channel verdict

Name:

Channel verdict

Search field:

channel.verdict

Type:

enum

Displayed:

False

Indicates what One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions decided about the channel.

Possible values:

  • ACCEPT: Accepted

  • DENY: Denied

  • FOUR_EYES_DEFERRED: Waiting for remote username

  • FOUR_EYES_ERROR: Internal error during four-eyes authorization

  • FOUR_EYES_REJECT: Four-eyes authorization rejected

  • FOUR_EYES_TIMEOUT: Four-eyes authorization timed out

Event Action

Name:

Event Action

Search field:

event.action

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The command line without prompt in commands

Channel ID

Name:

Channel ID

Search field:

event.channel_id

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The id of the channel the event belongs to.

Event content

Name:

Event content

Search field:

event.content

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The command executed, or the window title detected in the channel (for example, ls, exit, or Firefox).

Protocol details

Name:

Protocol details

Search field:

event.details

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The details of the protocol used for the operation.

Event ID

Name:

Event ID

Search field:

event.event_id

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The identifier of the vault event.

Operation

Name:

Operation

Search field:

event.operation

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The type of the operation that occurred, for example, Create file (in the case of FTP) or GET (in the case of HTTP).

Path

Name:

Path

Search field:

event.path

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The path (if any) used by the operation that occurred.

Event ID

Name:

Event ID

Search field:

event.record_id

Type:

long

Displayed:

False

The identifier of the event within the audit trail (.zat file).

Response code

Name:

Response code

Search field:

event.response_code

Type:

long

Displayed:

False

The status code of the protocol response (if any) returned.

Event date

Name:

Event date

Search field:

event.time

Type:

date

Displayed:

False

The date when the event happened.

Event type

Name:

Event type

Search field:

event.type

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The type of the event, for example, command, screen_content, window_title.

Alert type

Name:

Alert type

Search field:

alert.alert_type

Type:

enum

Displayed:

False

The type of the alert.

Possible values:

  • adp.event.command: A command entered in SSH or Telnet.

  • adp.event.screen.content: Alert triggered by the screen content.

  • adp.event.screen.creditcard: Credit card numbers detected. Displayed only as an alert, not visible in the events.

  • adp.event.screen.windowtitle: The title of the window in graphic protocols.

Channel ID

Name:

Channel ID

Search field:

alert.channel_id

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The id of the channel the alert belongs to.

Matched regexp on action

Name:

Matched regexp on action

Search field:

alert.matched_action

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The regular expression that matched the command line without prompt

Matched content

Name:

Matched content

Search field:

alert.matched_content

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The content the alert matched.

Matched regexp

Name:

Matched regexp

Search field:

alert.matched_regexp

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The regular expression that matched the content.

Alert ID

Name:

Alert ID

Search field:

alert.record_id

Type:

long

Displayed:

False

The identifier of the alert within the audit trail (.zat file).

Rule name

Name:

Rule name

Search field:

alert.rule_name

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The name of the content policy rule.

Alert time

Name:

Alert time

Search field:

alert.time

Type:

date

Displayed:

False

The timestamp of the alert.

From API

Name:

From API

Search field:

trail_download.from_api

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

False

The audit trail downloaded via API or not.

Trail download ID

Name:

Trail download ID

Search field:

trail_download.id

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The ID of an audit trail download event.

Download ip

Name:

Download ip

Search field:

trail_download.ip_address

Type:

ip

Displayed:

False

The ip address from where the download is requested.

Download time

Name:

Download time

Search field:

trail_download.time

Type:

date

Displayed:

False

The exact time when the user downloaded the audit trail file.

Downloader username

Name:

Downloader username

Search field:

trail_download.username

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The name of user who downloaded the audit trail of the session.

Commands indexed

Name:

Commands indexed

Search field:

indexer_info.config.command.enabled

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

False

True if commands were extracted while indexing the session.

Keyboard buffering interval

Name:

Keyboard buffering interval

Search field:

indexer_info.config.keyboard.buffer_interval

Type:

double

Displayed:

False

The buffering interval in milliseconds used when extracting keyboard events while indexing the session.

Keyboard extracted

Name:

Keyboard extracted

Search field:

indexer_info.config.keyboard.enabled

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

False

True if keyboard events were extracted while indexing the session.

Mouse buffering interval

Name:

Mouse buffering interval

Search field:

indexer_info.config.mouse.buffer_interval

Type:

double

Displayed:

False

The buffering interval in milliseconds used when extracting mouse events while indexing the session.

Mouse extracted

Name:

Mouse extracted

Search field:

indexer_info.config.mouse.enabled

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

False

True if mouse events were extracted while indexing the session.

Near real-time indexing

Name:

Near real-time indexing

Search field:

indexer_info.config.near_realtime

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

False

True if indexing this session was done near real-time (when the session was still active).

OCR languages

Name:

OCR languages

Search field:

indexer_info.config.ocr_languages

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The language configuration for optical character recognition used when indexing the session.

Screen content indexed

Name:

Screen content indexed

Search field:

indexer_info.config.screen.enabled

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

False

True if screen content was extracted while indexing the session.

OCR tradeoff

Name:

OCR tradeoff

Search field:

indexer_info.config.screen.omnipage_trade_off

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The tradeoff used for optical character recognition when extracting screen content while indexing the session.

Titles indexed

Name:

Titles indexed

Search field:

indexer_info.config.title.enabled

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

False

True if window titles were extracted while indexing the session.

Indexing error

Name:

Indexing error

Search field:

indexer_info.error.message

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The reason why indexing failed

Indexing cpu time

Name:

Indexing cpu time

Search field:

indexer_info.statistics.cpu_time

Type:

long

Displayed:

False

The CPU time that indexing this session took in milliseconds.

Indexing duration

Name:

Indexing duration

Search field:

indexer_info.statistics.duration

Type:

long

Displayed:

False

The duration of time that indexing this session took in milliseconds.

Indexing start time

Name:

Indexing start time

Search field:

indexer_info.statistics.start_time

Type:

date

Displayed:

False

The time and date when indexing this session started.

Indexing status

Name:

Indexing status

Search field:

indexer_info.status

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

Shows if the channel has been indexed successfully or not.

Indexer ADP version

Name:

Indexer ADP version

Search field:

indexer_info.version.adp

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The version of the audit data processor used for indexing the session

Indexer version

Name:

Indexer version

Search field:

indexer_info.version.worker

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The version of the indexer worker used for indexing the session

ZAC created

Name:

ZAC created

Search field:

indexer_info.config.zac.enabled

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

False

True if an Audit Content file was created while indexing the session.

Screen content

Name:

Screen content

Search field:

screen.content

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

Text that appeared on the screen in the session.

Channel id in trail

Name:

Channel id in trail

Search field:

screen.channel_id_in_trail

Type:

long

Displayed:

False

The ID of the channel where this content appeared. To check the channel ID (channel_id), select a session and click details. Navigate to details > Channels and click the channel type.

Screen content creation time

Name:

Screen content creation time

Search field:

screen.time

Type:

screen

Displayed:

False

The creation time of the indexed screen content.

Screen content ID

Name:

Screen content ID

Search field:

screen.id

Type:

string

Displayed:

False

The ID of a screen content event.

trail_download
From API

Name:

From API

Search field:

from_api

Type:

boolean

Displayed:

True

The audit trail downloaded via API or not.

Trail download ID

Name:

Trail download ID

Search field:

id

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The ID of an audit trail download event.

Download ip

Name:

Download ip

Search field:

ip_address

Type:

ip

Displayed:

True

The ip address from where the download is requested.

Download time

Name:

Download time

Search field:

time

Type:

date

Displayed:

False

The exact time when the user downloaded the audit trail file.

Downloader username

Name:

Downloader username

Search field:

username

Type:

string

Displayed:

True

The name of user who downloaded the audit trail of the session.

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