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Privilege Manager for Unix 6.1 Common Documents - Administration Guide

One Identity Privileged Access Suite for Unix Introducing Privilege Manager for Unix Planning Deployment Installation and Configuration Upgrade Privilege Manager for Unix System Administration Managing Security Policy The Privilege Manager for Unix Security Policy Advanced Privilege Manager for Unix Configuration Administering Log and Keystroke Files InTrust Plug-in for Privilege Manager Troubleshooting Privilege Manager for Unix Policy File Components Privilege Manager Variables Privilege Manager for Unix Flow Control Statements Privilege Manager for Unix Built-in Functions and Procedures Privilege Manager programs Installation Packages

InTrust Plug-in for Privilege Manager

Quest® InTrust for Active Directory provides a centralized auditing point allowing you to collect and report on the audit data from Privilege Manager as well as many other data sources you may have in your IT infrastructure.

Figure 10: Audting with InTrust Plug-in

InTrust for Active Directory auditing capabilities allow you to collect and report on the audit data from your Privilege Manager Security system. Featuring a fully automated workflow, InTrust for Active Directory helps you:

  • Gather the Privilege Manager event logs from the policy servers running on several different platforms
  • Consolidate, store, and analyse the gathered data
  • Create reports on various aspects of your Privilege Manager security system operation

InTrust for Active Directory provides reports on the following Privilege Manager System areas:

  • All events
  • Elevated privilege events
  • All events grouped result
  • Out of band events
  • Rejected events

InTrust Plug-in requirements

InTrust for Active Directory supports Privilege Manager version 5.5 and above.

You can collect data from Privilege Manager hosts running on any of the UNIX platforms supported by InTrust.

NOTE: To use the MSI installer for the InTrust Reporting Pack, your InTrust Server must use the Windows SQL Server 2005 as its back-end database.

Installing InTrust Plug-in components

To configure InTrust for Privilege Manager you must install and configure several components separately. The diagram below shows the major components for the InTrust for Active Directory Plug-in.

Figure 11: InTrust Plug-in components

To install and configure the InTrust for Active Directory Plug-in components

  1. Install Privilege Manager and identify which logs you wish to audit.
  2. Install and configure the script to run as the root user to extract the relevant data.

    One Identity recommends that you set up a daily cron job to run “pmrun” as the pmpolicy service user.

  3. Install an InTrust Agent on the Privilege Manager Policy Server.
  4. Configure the InTrust Server: Finding, Gathering, and Storing.
  5. Gather Data.
  6. Configure the InTrust Server: Reporting.

InTrust Plug-in installation prerequisites

Before you install the InTrust for Active Directory components:

  • Install and register an InTrust agent on the Privilege Manager policy server machine for the collection of syslog messages.

    For more information on this process, refer to the InTrust Preparing for Auditing and Monitoring Linux document.

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