NetIQ’s Sentinel product is a SIEM solution that provides the ability to capture events from any number of event sources, and of any type, into a system that normalizes the data, finds meaning in a barrage of nonsense (needle in a haystack), and includes incidents management based on custom workflows as defined by each customer….
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…
This is a very simple PERL script that may be quite useful when working with delimited text files, especially for those of you who write/maintain Delimited Text drivers in IDM.
Updated: The CLE (Command Line Execute) and LDIF Driver is a simple driver that can be used to perform tasks on a Windows server using command line utilities or scripts OR import LDIF files into eDirectory.
For a while now I have wanted to see how many controls eDirectory really could handle, even if they were not supported. It should be mentioned loudly and clearly that as of eDirectory 8.8.5 some of these controls work but THEY ARE NOT SUPPORTED so if they do not work properly submit a bug or an enhancement but don’t expect a quick response. Also for some of these there are definite limitations with how they work. I’ll try to cover those as I go.
A command line tool to migrate one or many accounts across an IDM Driver …
This PHP script takes any delimited text file as input and converts the records within that file to any output format you desire such as LDIF, SQL or another delimited format. All you need is the attached PHP script, the source delimited text file with headers (first row defines column names) and a template file which you create to describe the output format for each row in your source delimited text file.
Here’s a simple tip to restart eGuide from a Linux command line, rather than from a web-based interface.
Aaron Burgemeister shares a quick solution for adding or changing eDirectory groups from an LDAP command line.