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    Configuring User Access, Admin Access, Events and Sensors (NSM Procedure)

    To configure user access, admin access, sensors, and events:

    1. In the NSM navigation tree, select Device Manager > Devices. Click the Device Tree tab, and then double-click the Secure Access device for which you want to configure user access, admin access, sensors, and events.
    2. Click the Configuration tab, and select System > Log/Monitoring . The corresponding workspace appears.
    3. Add or modify settings as specified in Table 1 to configure user access, admin access, sensors, and events.
    4. Configure syslog servers where you want to store your log files as specified in Table 2.
    5. Click one:
      • OK—Saves the changes.
      • Cancel—Cancels the modification.

    Table 1: Configuring User Access, Admin Access, Sensors, and Events Details

    OptionFunction Your Action
    Events > Settings tab

    Max Log Size (MB)

    Specifies the maximum file size for the local log file.

    Note: The system log displays data up to the amount specified. (The limit is 200 MB).

    Specify the file size.

    Connection Requests

    Captures the requests required for connection to the security device.

    Select Connection Requests to enable this feature

    System Status

    Captures the system status.

    Select System Status to enable this feature

    Rewrite

    Captures the rewriting policies.

    Select Rewrite to enable this feature

    System Errors

    Captures all the system errors that occurs.

    Select System Errors to enable this feature

    Email Proxy Events

    Captures all the events specific to e-mail proxies.

    Select Email Proxy Events to enable this feature

    Statistics

    Captures the statistics of the event.

    Select Statistics to enable this feature

    Performance

    Captures the event performance.

    Select Performance to enable this feature

    Reverse Proxy

    Captures the reverse proxy information of the event.

    Select Reverse Proxy to enable this feature

    Meeting Events

    Captures the meeting information of events.

    Select Meeting Events to enable this feature

    User Access > Settings tab

    Max Log Size (MB)

    Specifies the maximum file size for the local log file.

    Note: The system log displays data up to the amount specified. (The limit is 500 MB).

    Specify the file size.

    Login/Logout

    Captures user login/logout events in the local log file.

    Select Login/Logout to enable this feature.

    SAM/Java

    Captures information about user access to SAM/Java in the local log file.

    Select SAM/Java to enable this feature.

    User Settings

    Captures user’s settings in the local log file.

    Select User Settings to enable this feature.

    Secure Terminal

    Captures information about user access to secure terminals in the local file.

    Select Secure Terminal to enable this feature.

    Network Connect

    Captures information about user access to Network Connect in the local log file.

    Select Network Connect to enable this feature.

    SAML

    Captures information about user access to SAML in the local log file.

    Select SAML check box to enable this feature.

    Web Requests

    Captures information about user access to the Web in the local log file.

    Select Web Requests to enable this feature.

    File Requests

    Captures information about user access to files in the local log file.

    Select File Requests to enable this feature.

    Meeting

    Captures information about user access to meetings in the local log file.

    Select Meeting to enable this feature.

    Email Requests

    Captures information about user access to e-mails in the local log file.

    Select Email Requests to enable this feature.

    IF-MAP Client User Messages

    Captures information about IF-MAP session federated out or exported to federation server including username, IP address, capabilities, roles, and device attributes in the local log file.

    Select IF-MAP Client User Messages to enable this feature.

    Admin Access > Settings tab

    Max Log Size (MB)

    Specifies the maximum file size for the local log file. (The limit is 500 MB.)

    Note: The system log displays data up to the amount specified.

    Enter the file size.

    Administrator Changes

    Captures changes, including administrator changes to user, system, and network settings, such as changes to session timeouts, the option to enable/disable URL browsing and user-created bookmarks, and machine and server information in the local log file.

    Select the Administrator Changes check box to enable this feature.

    Administrator Logins

    Captures information whenever an administrator signs in, signs out, or changes licenses on the device in the local log file.

    Select the Administrator Logins check box to enable this feature.

    License Changes

    Changes licenses on the appliance in the local log file.

    Select the License Changes check box to enable this feature.

    Sensors > Settings tab

    Max Log Size (MB)

    Specifies the maximum file size for the local log file. (The limit is 500 MB.)

    Note: The system log displays data up to the amount specified.

    Enter the file size.

    Table 2: Configuring Syslog Servers Details

    OptionFunctionYour Action
    User Access / Admin Access / Sensors > Syslog Servers > Settings tab

    Server name/IP

    Specifies the syslog server where you want to store your log files (optional).

    Enter the name or IP address of the syslog server.

    Facility

    Specifies the facility to map facilities on your syslog server.

    Note: The Secure Access device provides eight facilities (LOCAL0- LOCAL7).

    Select the facility from the drop-down list.

    Filter

    Specifies the filter you want to apply to the log file.

    Select the filter.

    Published: 2013-01-03