Intrusion Manager configuration tabs - Security Center 5.9

Security Center Administrator Guide 5.9

Applies to
Security Center 5.9
Last updated
Content type
Guides > Administrator guides
Security Center

You configure the settings of the Intrusion Manager role from the Intrusion detection task in Security Center Config Tool.

Intrusion Manager - Properties tab

Click the Properties tab to configure the retention period of the intrusion events in the Intrusion Manager database.
Keep events
Specify how long to keep the intrusion detection events that are logged by the Intrusion Manager in the database, before they are deleted.
Reconnection delay
Specify how long the Intrusion Manager waits before trying to reconnect to a unit that went offline.

Intrusion Manager - Extensions tab

Click the Extensions tab to view the intrusion unit models controlled by this Intrusion Manager role.

All supported extensions are created by default when the role is created.

Intrusion Manager - Input definitions tab

Click the Input definitions tab to change the icons for input types. You can specify the type of an input from the Peripherals page of the intrusion detection unit. The default icons are as follows:
  • Burglary ()
  • Door ()
  • Fence ()
  • Fire sensor ()
  • Gas ()
  • Motion sensor ()
  • Panic ()
  • Window ()

Intrusion Manager - Resources tab

Click the Resources tab to configure the servers and database assigned to this role.
Servers hosting this role. All of them must have access to the role database.
Database status
Current status of the database.
Database server
Name of the SQL Server service. The value (local)\SQLEXPRESS corresponds to Microsoft SQL Server 2014 Express Edition installed by default with Security Center Server.
Name of the database instance.
Maintenance functions you can perform on the role database:
Create a database ()
Create a new database with the option to overwrite the existing one.
Delete the database ()
Delete the database.
Database info ()
Show the database information.
Notifications ()
Set up notifications for when the database space is running low.
Resolve conflicts ()
Resolve conflicts caused by imported entities.
Backup/Restore ()
Back up or restore the database.
Specifies which SQL Server authentication is to be used:
(Default) Use Windows authentication when the role server and the database server are on the same domain.
SQL Server
Use SQL Server authentication when the role server and the database server are not on the same domain. Mandatory for Azure SQL Database. You must specify a username and password in this case.
Database security
Security options for communication between the role and its database server.
Encrypt connections
(Default) Uses Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol for all transactions between the role and the database server. This option prevents eavesdropping and requires no setup on your part.
Validate certificate
Authenticates the database server before opening a connection. This is the most secure communication method and prevents man-in-the-middle attacks. The Encrypt connections option must first be enabled.
NOTE: You must deploy a valid identity certificate on the database server. A valid certificate is one that is signed by a certificate authority (CA) that is trusted by all servers hosting the role and that is not expired.