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KB-6117: How to use a file to specify non audited users

Centrify DirectAudit ,  

29 December,16 at 11:25 PM

Applies to: Centrify Direct Audit Unix/Linux Agent release 3.2.1 or later

Question:

​How to use a file to specify non audited users

Answer:

For Unix/Linux users, you can use the dash.user.skiplist configuration parameter in the /etc/centrifyda/centrifyda.conf file
to specify the UNIX user accounts and Active Directory UNIX names that you don't want to audit.

You can also specify a file with account names (one line for one account) that you wish to not be audited as follows:


dash.user.skiplist: file:/etc/centrifyda/myskiplist

Please issue the command "dareload" as root after the changes are made to have them take effect.


 

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