Recently I posted a previous article in this series about the new Sentinel 2014 Preview SDK and its availability in a standard archive or via the public SVN repository. Today I want to go in-depth on one of the great new features that will likely cause anybody who has ever used the SDK to jump…
Tool to manage the Audit database on IDM 4.x.
Here is a quick recipe on how to configure a Sentinel Collector for Access Governance 6. This recipe could be adapted to other database applications.
Our client asked us to automatically produce a monthly report which would allow them to see all users and what their last logon time was. This is an audit requirement, and it needs to be done by someone other than the system administrators, making it a perfect candidate for automation.
This solution is an example of how the XML tokens can be used to create new HTML to be inserted into an eMail template. While this is a relatively simple task, it did offer an opportunity to utilize this new, unheralded feature of IDM 3.6.
How fast can logins happen from a single client? How can I generate events for auditing for testing purposes? How much load can a single client put on eDirectory? Find out all that and more with one quick script: ldapbind.pl
This pretask trigger adds Enable/Disable status to the audit event generated by DRA. This trigger should be enabled for UserEnable and UserSetInfo operations. NetIQ does not test or validate any software, code or other materials provided in, on or through NetIQ Cool Solutions (collectively, “Materials”), so please use caution when downloading or accessing any Materials…