Configuring federated entities - Security Center 5.9

Security Center Administrator Guide 5.9

Applies to
Security Center 5.9
Last updated
2022-09-12
Content type
Guides > Administrator guides
Language
English (United States)
Product
Security Center
Version
5.9

You can configure federated entities as though they are local entities using the Remote configuration task.

What you should know

Only entities federated from remote systems running Security Center 5.8 GA and later can be configured from the Federation™ host. The privileges you have on the remote system are the privileges of the user who was used to connect to the federated system from the Security Center Federation™ role. On your local system, you must have the Remote configuration privilege to run the Remote configuration task.

Procedure

  1. Do one of the following:
    • From the Area view task, right-click a federated entity and click Configure entity ().

      The Remote configuration task opens automatically on the configuration pages of the selected entity.

      If the Remote configuration task was connected to different federated system, you will first be asked whether you wish to save the opened tasks. Click Save if you want those tasks to be automatically loaded the next time you log on with this user.

    • From the Config Tool home page, open the Remote configuration task and select the federated Directory () you want to connect to.
    A remote Config Tool session opens inside the task workspace on the federated remote system.

    This remote Config Tool works exactly like your local Config Tool. The tasks you can open and the entities you can view and modifiy depend on the access rights and privileges granted to the Federation™ user on the remote system.

  2. To connect to a different remote system, click the Directory drop-down list at the top of the task workspace, and select another federated Directory ().