IMPORTANT:The Replica Options policy is not available in Advanced Authentication as a Service (SaaS) version
In this policy, you can configure the setting for monitoring the replication process of all the servers in a cluster. Advanced Authentication performs the following actions in the replication process:
Generates and sends the replication report on daily basis to the configured email address.
Sends notification email to the configured email address when a conflict is detected.
Tracks and provides the specific time from when the replication has not happened between the conflicting servers.
NOTE:You can configure the Replica Monitor policy only in the DB Master server.
To configure the replication monitor settings, perform the following steps:
Specify theof the recipient who wants to receive the replication report and conflict notification.
Setto to send the data replication status report daily to the configured email address.
Setto to send an email notification to the configured email address whenever a replication conflict is detected.
Setto to allow the Advanced Authentication server to perform the following thus prevents any new conflicts related to the endpoints:
Do not update device-specific records such as type, platform, RAM, etc. (During endpoint registration, AAF Server saves OS type, Operating System Version, RAM, etc. OS at workstation might be updated, but these changes will not be saved on AAF server)
Do not update the last login session time of each device.
Whenoption is set to (default behavior), the server performs the following:
Updates device-specific records. For example, after the workstation OS update, AAF server will save these changes at Endpoint details.
Updates the last login session time of each device that logs in.
NOTE:Ensure that you configure the Mail Sender policy with sender details to send the replication status report and notification on a replication conflict to the configured email address.