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KB-10563: How do you audit all shell invocations including non-interactive logins

Auditing and Monitoring Service ,  

25 June,18 at 10:20 PM

Question: 
How do you audit all shell invocations including non-interactive logins, even when the agent is not installed on the machine where you are executing the commands?

Answer:
The following parameter must be set in
/etc/centrifyda/centrifyda.conf

dash.allinvoked: true

Restart the Centrify Direct Audit service for the changes to take effect.
     Example on RHEL 7:
service centrifyda restart

This parameter can also be set via Group Policy: Set Audit All Invocations

After the changes have been made and the service restarted. When any shell is invoked, including non-interactive logons, on the machine with the Centrify agent installed, a recording will be available in Audit Analyzer for review. 

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