Starling Identity Analytics & Risk Intelligence Hosted - User Guide

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Editing a data source module

After Adding collector agents to Starling Identity Analytics & Risk Intelligence and Adding data source modules to Starling Identity Analytics & Risk Intelligence, you can edit the data source module at any point.

To edit a data source module

NOTE: Editing the data source while it is working (for example, collecting data) will stop any processes. Once changes have been saved, the processes will start over again using the new settings.

  1. From the Collector Agents page, expand the Action drop-down menu associated with the collector agent to which you want to add a data source module.
  2. Select Edit. This will open the Data Source Modules page.
  3. This will open the related Data Source Modules page.
  4. From the Actions drop-down menu associated with the data source module to be edited, select Edit to open the Edit Module Configuration dialog.
  5. In the Edit Module Configuration dialog, make any necessary changes to the current module configuration settings.
  6. Click Save to save the changes and close the dialog.

Initiating data source module collection

After Adding collector agents to Starling Identity Analytics & Risk Intelligence and Adding data source modules to Starling Identity Analytics & Risk Intelligence, you can initiate data collection outside of the scheduled collection times.

To initiate data source module collection

  1. From the Collector Agents page, expand the Action drop-down menu associated with the collector agent containing the module for which you want to initiate a collection.
  2. Select Edit. This will open the related Data Source Modules page.
  3. From the Actions drop-down menu associated with the data source module, select Initiate Collection to immediately begin data collection.

    NOTE: The amount of time needed to collect data will increase if the network is slow between the machine where the collector agent is deployed and the server where your data source module is installed.

Uninstalling a data source module

When a data source module is no longer needed it can be removed while still leaving the collector agent installed and connected with Starling Identity Analytics & Risk Intelligence. To remove both the data source module and its associated collector agent, see Uninstalling a collector agent.

To uninstall a data source module

  1. From the Collector Agents page, expand the Action drop-down menu associated with the collector agent containing the module to be uninstalled.
  2. Select Edit. This will open the related Data Source Modules page.

  3. Expand the Action drop-down menu associated with the data source module to be uninstalled.
  4. Select Uninstall.
  5. In the Delete Module dialog, click OK.

    NOTE: The data collected by the data source module will remain within Starling Identity Analytics & Risk Intelligence until it has been purged. For more information, see Purging data.

Uninstalling a collector agent

This procedure will uninstall a collector agent as well as any associated data source modules.

NOTE: The data collected by the data source module(s) associated with the collector agent will remain within Starling Identity Analytics & Risk Intelligence until it has been purged. For more information, see Purging data.

To uninstall a collector agent

  1. From the Collector Agents page, expand the Action drop-down menu associated with the collector agent to be uninstall.
  2. Select Uninstall.

    IMPORTANT: Any data source module configured for the collector agent will be deleted. To only delete a data source module without uninstalling the collector agent, see Uninstalling a data source module.

  3. In the Uninstall Collector Agent dialog, click OK.
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