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Safeguard Authentication Services 4.1.5 - Evaluation Guide

One Identity Privileged Access Suite for Unix Introducing One Identity Authentication Services Installing and configuring Authentication Services Getting started with Authentication Services

Settings report

A settings report displays all of the Authentication Services Group Policy object settings that apply to Unix or Mac OS X systems.

To generate a Unix settings report

  1. From the Group Policy window, select a GPO Name and click Settings Report from the Actions menu.

    An HTML report of the currently configured Unix and Mac OS X settings displays.

    Note: You can select multiple GPOs to run several reports simultaneously.

Show Files

To open the Windows Explorer

  1. From the Group Policy window, select a GPO in the list and click Show Files from the Actions menu.

    The Windows Explorer opens and displays the Group Policy Templates for the selected GPO.

Launch GPMC

Note: Microsoft does not support Group Policy Management Console (GPMC) on 64-bit platforms of Windows; thus, One Identity does not support managing group policies through the Control Center on Windows 2003 64-bit and Windows 2003 R2 64-bit, XP 64-bit platforms. (See Group Policy Management Console with Service Pack 1 for more information.)

To launch the Group Policy Management Console

  1. From the Group Policy window, click Launch GPMC from the Actions menu.


The Tools link on the Control Center gives you access to:

  • Authentication Services

    Direct links to installed applications and tools related to Authentication Services.

  • Additional One Identity Products

    Direct links to other One Identity product plugins.

    Note: The Additional One Identity Products link is only available if you have installed other One Identity products such as Defender, Authentication Services for Smart Cards, or One Identity Active Roles.

  • Other Tools

    Direct links to tools related to Authentication Services.

    Note: The Other Tools link is only available if you have installed the Group Policy Management Console.

  • Documentation

    Direct links to Authentication Services documentation.

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