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How to enable debug on Quest One Management Console for Unix (MCU) ? (87741)

How to enable debug on Quest One Managament Console for Unix (MCU) ?

Product(s): Authentication-Services
Created On: 1/27/2012
(1 Ratings)
Last Updated On: 12/10/2013
How to force Privilege Manager communications to bind to a specific IP Address (70474)

This article describes how to bind Privilege Manager communications to a single IP Address when multiple network interface cards (NICs) are configured
 

Product(s): Privilege-Manager-for-Unix
Created On: 2/19/2011
(0 Ratings)
Last Updated On: 4/10/2014
'timeout' errors when using pmrun: "connection to server timed out" (35556)

Received the following when trying to run: pmrun <command> pmrun5.6.0 (040): 3002.12 Connection to qpm-servername.example.com timed out

 

Product(s): Privilege-Manager-for-Unix
Created On: 1/29/2010
(0 Ratings)
Last Updated On: 2/28/2014
pmrun reports not licensed with master (72073)

Hosts have started to become unlicensed automatically and seemingly at random.  The masters may still show the host as having a license, but any attempt to issue a pmrun command on the client results in the following error:

$ pmrun -m domain.com su -
pmmasterd: 9006 IP address:192.168.1.17 is...

Product(s): Privilege-Manager-for-Unix
Created On: 3/30/2011
(0 Ratings)
Last Updated On: 2/19/2014
Error from vgp_qpm4u when applying policy (109253)

When executing vgptool apply the following error is seen: [vgp_qpm4u.so] CSE: Privilege Manager does not appear to be installed -- unable to locate the pm.settings file.

Product(s): Authentication-Services
Created On: 6/27/2013
(0 Ratings)
Last Updated On: 7/2/2013
adding a secondary policy server using the -q option: ERROR: extraneous arguments after options (122171)

When trying to add a secondary policy server using the pmsrvconfig command and -q option on the command line the following error is seen:
#/opt/quest/sbin/pmsrvconfig -a -b -s server -q password ERROR: extraneous arguments after options

Product(s): Privilege-Manager-for-Unix
Created On: 3/20/2014
(0 Ratings)
Last Updated On: 3/20/2014
Use of pmless for providing directory access (114085)

For example there may be requests from users who need to be able to read specific log files owned by root. Pmless typically requires a full path for the file to be read. How can the policy be configured to allow a specific user access to log files contained within a specific directory?

Product(s): Privilege-Manager-for-Unix
Created On: 9/18/2013
(0 Ratings)
Last Updated On: 10/10/2013
How to check commands that are allowed to be run (116352)

How to check commands that are allowed to be run

Product(s): Privilege-Manager-for-Unix
Created On: 11/15/2013
(0 Ratings)
Last Updated On: 11/15/2013
In 6.0 pm.settings does not update with the full list of available masters / policy servers (122168)

After configuring a a secondary master, now known as a policy server in Privilege Manager for Unix 6.0, the pm.settings file is not updated with the full list of available policy servers as it did in previous versions.

Product(s): Privilege-Manager-for-Unix
Created On: 3/20/2014
(0 Ratings)
Last Updated On: 3/20/2014
When trying to configure the service account receive error: Check your SSH server configuration (115400)

When trying to configure the service account while adding a new policy server the following error occurs... "Check your SSH server configuration to verify that public key authentication is enabled. Refer to your SSH server configuration instructions for details." On the Sudo Unix server we see...

Product(s): Authentication-Services
Created On: 10/18/2013
(0 Ratings)
Last Updated On: 11/6/2013
Version Full Support as of Limited Support as of Support Discontinued
6.0 4/8/2013
5.6 12/14/2011
5.5.x 1/15/2010 10/1/2013 4/1/2014
5.1.x 2/6/2008 3/31/2011 9/1/2011
Earlier product versions not listed are considered discontinued.

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