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Safeguard Authentication Services 4.1.5 - Management Console for Unix Administration Guide

One Identity Privileged Access Suite for Unix Introducing One Identity Management Console for Unix Installing Management Console for Unix Preparing Unix Hosts Working with Host Systems Managing Local Groups Managing Local Users Active Directory Integration Authentication Services Integration Privilege Manager Integration Reporting Setting Preferences Security Troubleshooting Tips
Auto Profile Issues Active Directory Issues Auditing and Compliance Cannot Create a Service Connection Point Check Authentication Services Agent Status Commands Not Available CSV or PDF Reports Do Not Open Database Port Number Is Already in Use Elevation Is Not Working Hosts Do Not Display Import File Lists Fakepath Information Does Not Display in the Console Java Applet Failures License Info in Report is not Accurate Out of Memory Error Post Install Configuration Fails on Unix or Mac Privilege Manager Feature Issues Profile Task Never Completes questusr Account was Deleted Readiness Check Failed Recovering From a Failed Upgrade Reports Are Slow Reset the Supervisor Password Running on a Windows 2008 R2 Domain Controller Service Account Login Fails Setting Custom Configuration Settings Single Sign-on (SSO) Issues JVM Memory Tuning Suggestions Start/Stop/Restart Management Console for Unix Service Tool Bar Buttons Are Not Enabled UID or GID Conflicts
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SSH Terminal Access to Host

By default, when using the SSH to Host command on the All Hosts view, you are only prompted for credentials when they have not already been cached on the server. However, you can change the SSH Terminal Access to Host setting to always prompt for credentials.

To change SSH terminal access to host setting

  1. From the top-level User menu, navigate to User preferences | General.
  2. Select the Always prompt for credentials to access host from SSH terminal option.
  3. Click OK to save your selection and close User Settings.

Set Default Domain

You can set the default domain to use as the default for Active Directory tasks; such as:

  • Join Host(s) to Active Directory
  • Check for AD Readiness

To set the default domain

  1. From the top-level User menu, navigate to User preferences | General.
  2. Open the Default Domain drop-down menu and choose a domain.

Host Credentials User Preferences

Use the Host Credentials settings to:

  • Modify the saved host credentials
  • Remove all saved host credentials

Modify Saved Host Credentials

You can modify the host credentials cached on the server. This is the information that is pre-populated into the Log on to Host dialog after you save the credentials for the host.

To change saved host credentials

  1. From the top-level User menu, navigate to User preferences | Host Credentials.

    Hosts Credentials lists the hosts that have saved credentials.

  2. To modify a particular host's credentials, select a host from the Host Credentials view and click Edit credentials....

    You can search for a particular host using the Search for host box.

  3. On the Saved Credentials dialog, change the host connection settings and click OK.

Note: For more information, see Caching Unix Host Credentials.

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