Hi AB,

Can the Novell Audit Platform Agent (from Sentinel Utilities) be
installed on XP to instrument password events from the workstation?
Tried this but no luck so far.

Cheers,
Kirk

ab;1919834 Wrote:
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> Blast.... another bug against the docs (I'll take care of it). The
> Sentinel PA is still not supported for anything, at all, ever.
>
> NMAS events are available which are not otherwise available from
> eDirectory. You know better than most the capabilities of NMAS
> (password
> retrieval, comparison, etc.) so those have their own events that may
> not
> otherwise be picked up easily. Enabling the NMAS instrumentation is
> done
> via the NMAS plugin in iManager when accessing the 'Login
> Policy.Security'
> object. There is a checkbox in there which enables/disables all NMAS
> auditing (disabled by default).
>
> Good luck.
>
>
>
>
>
> Jim Willeke wrote:
> > What does the NAMS collector provide that is not available from the
> > eDirectory Instrumentation?
> >
> > The Docs for this collector (3.1.1 Quickstart Configuration) say:
> > "The event source can be configured using the Novell Audit Platform
> > Agent or the Sentinel Platform Agent.
> > NOTE: The Novell Audit Platform Agent is the default agent; you can
> > optionally replace this agent with the Sentinel
> > Platform Agent. For instructions on configuring the Sentinel

> Platform
> > Agent refer to the complete documentation."
> >
> > Then at:
> > Linux/Solaris:
> > 1. Open the /etc/opt/novell/sentinelpa/conf/Modular Authentication
> > Service.properties file.
> >
> > The file does not exist. Or even the /etc/opt/novell/sentinelpa/

> directory.
> >
> > Thanks for your patience.
> > -jim
> >



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