Safeguard for Privileged Passwords allows you to schedule the generation of an activity audit log report, which will then be sent via email. The emailed report will be an attachment in .json format.
To schedule an activity audit log report
Send To: Read-only field displaying the email address of the user currently logged into the Safeguard for Privileged Passwords client. This field is required. If this field is blank, you must set your email address in My Accounts. For more information, see User avatar.
Interval: Select the interval, start time, and frequency at which the report is to be generated:
Month: Select the time of day, day of the month or week of the month and day of the week, and frequency (monthly repeat interval).
Click the Open toolbar button to display a list of saved searches and scheduled reports. From this dialog, you can delete or edit a saved search or scheduled report.
The Select a Saved Search dialog displays, which contains a list of all saved searches and scheduled reports.
Select a saved search or scheduled report from the list.
The search criteria defined for the search or report appear in the right pane.
Click one of the toolbar buttons or right-click commands:
If you selected Delete, click Yes in the confirmation dialog.
The selected search or schedule will be removed from the list.
Depending on the type of search selected (saved search or scheduled report), the following editing capabilities are available:
Edit displays the Save Search dialog, allowing you to modify the name and description for a saved search or schedule. The Edit button is available for a saved search or a scheduled reports with an interval of Never.
Edit Schedule displays the Schedule Report dialog, allowing you to modify the schedule settings for a scheduled report. The Edit Schedule button is available for a saved search or a scheduled report. Using the command for a saved search allows you to convert it to a scheduled report.
NOTE: Clicking the Open button at the bottom of the Select a Saved Search dialog, closes the dialog and returns you to the Activity Center view, where the query tiles for the selected search or report appear. You can then select Run to generate the report.
Additional detailed information is available for some activity events.
To see the details of a specific event
In addition to reviewing activity, you can use the Activity Center to audit the transactions that occurred during the request workflow process, from request to approval to review. For session requests, you can also play back a recorded or live session if Record Sessions is enabled in the entitlement's policy.
If you are an authorized reviewer, you can audit an access request's workflow of a completed request awaiting review from the Home page as well.
To audit request workflow
Open the Activity Center, use the query tiles to specify the content of the report and click Run.
TIP: You can change the activity category tile to specify that you want to see Access Request Activity, Session Specific Activity events, or both.
Select an access request event and click Workflow to audit the transactions that occurred during the request's workflow from request to approval to review.
|TIP: If you ran an all activity report, use the filter in the Events column to locate the access request activities.|
For session requests that have Record Session enabled in the policy, you can play back a recorded or active session:
Locate an access request session event and click Play to launch the Safeguard for Privileged Passwords Desktop Player. The following activities may be available to you:
Use one of the following methods to play back the session recording:
For SSH session requests that have the Enable Command Detection option selected in the policy, you can review a list of the commands and programs run during the session.
For RDP session requests that have the Enable Windows Title Detection option selected in the policy, you can review a list of all the windows opened on the desktop during the privileged session.
The Session Events dialog displays listing the events with a time stamp showing when the event occurred as well as in which recording if multiple recordings were created.