To intiate the join from Safeguard for Privileged Passwords (SPP) to Safeguard for Privileged Sessions (SPS) follow the steps below.
For information on monitoring and error resolution, see:
Description of this SPS (Example: SPS 126.96.36.1999 on SPP 188.8.131.52)
The Sessions Appliance returns a message like this: SPS successfully joined to SPP. Press ENTER to exit. Press Enter then select Logout.
When the SPS session connection is joined, open access requests are automatically closed. When you double-click the event in the Activity Center, the event details Action is Evicted.
Sessions recorded prior to joining the Safeguard Sessions Appliances are available for playback from local storage and in accordance with the permissions of the Safeguard Passwords Appliance. When a backup is created, the state of the sessions module is saved which can be either the embedded sessions module (SPP) or the joined sessions module (SPS). Restoring a backup restores the sessions module to the state when the backup was taken, regardless of the state when the restore was started.
Once a Safeguard for Privileged Passwords (SPP) cluster node has been configured to use the Safeguard Sessions Appliance, it can only be reversed by a factory reset of the Safeguard Passwords Appliance. The factory reset redeploys the Safeguard Passwords Appliance session module. For more information, see Factory Reset from the desktop client.
Another way to reverse the join to Safeguard for Privileged Sessions is to restore a backup that was taken before the first join of Safeguard for Privileged Sessions (SPS).
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is an Internet-standard protocol for managing devices on IP networks. One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Passwords allows you to configure SNMP subscriptions for sending SNMP traps to your SNMP console when certain events occur.
Navigate to Administrative Tools | Settings | External Integration | SNMP. The SNMP pane displays the following about the SNMP subscribers defined.
|Network Address||The IP address or FQDN of the primary SNMP network server.|
|Port||The UDP port number for SNMP traps.|
|Version||The SNMP version being used.|
|Community||The SNMP community string being used by the SNMP subscriber.|
|Description||The description of the SNMP subscriber.|
|# of Events||The number of events selected to be sent to the SNMP console.|
Use these toolbar buttons to manage the SNMP subscriptions.
|New||Add a new SNMP subscription. For more information, see Configuring SNMP subscriptions.|
|Refresh||Update the list of SNMP subscriptions.|
|Edit||Modify the selected SNMP subscription.|
|Copy||Clone the selected SNMP subscription.|
https://<Appliance IP address>/docs/mib/SAFEGUARD-MIB.mib
To configure SNMP subscriptions
Enter the IP address or FQDN of the primary SNMP network server.
Limit: 255 characters
Enter the UDP port number for SNMP traps.
Enter the description of the SNMP subscriber.
Limit: 255 characters
Browse to select one or more SNMP event types.
Use the Clear icon to remove an individual event from this list or right-click and select Remove All to clear all events from the list.
Choose the SNMP version: Version 1 or Version 2.
Default: Version 2.
Enter the SNMP community string, such as "public".
The SNMP community string is like a user ID or password that allows access to a device's statistics, such as a router. A PRTG Network Monitor sends the community string along with all SNMP requests. If the community string is correct, the device responds with the requested information. If the community string is incorrect, the device simply discards the request and does not respond.