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Sometimes, though all installation and configuration of Platform Agent and Sentinel server are successfully done, events may not be sent to Sentinel (Audit Connector) from Platform Agent. One of the main reasons could be the communication port number mismatch…
If you modify the Platform Agent’s property configuration (logevent.conf) file with any configurable option of LCache like ‘LogCacheDir’, you have to restart the LCache process. This is because LCache and the Platform Agent read the configuration file only once at startup..
While doing some research for ways to produce a unified audit log for OES & SLES services I came across the OpenXDAS Package.
There is a separate Platform Agent rpm available for 64-bit platforms. 64-bit Platform Agent installation is just a plain rpm installation. There is no installer script for it. Currently 64-bit Platform Agent is supported only on Linux (SLES and RHEL). Here’s a tip from Mahantesh Hongal that explains the differences between the 64-bit Platform Agent installation and the 32-bit Platform Agent installation.
How to Install Novell Audit on a 64-bit machine with 64-bit eDirectory? This solution provides a way to install Novell Audit Server (SLS) on 64-bit machine with 64-bit eDirectory. Novell Audit Server is not ported to 64-bit but still one can install this on 64-bit as 32-bit application…
Check out the new Identity Assurance Client, available at download.novell.com …
David Gersic shows how to use the Post Office Record Count feature in Identity Manager to keep post offices “full” of users.
Need to run multiple languages in the GroupWise client, via NSL? David Guest has a simple solution for the problem.