Defining an audit query

You can query for security rules, load balancing rules, or license rules.

Defining a security rules query

Do the following:

  1. In the target resource list, select a resource type.

  2. Next to the target resource list, click F and select the resources to audit on.

  3. To the right of Users, click F and use the search to filter the users to audit on.

  4. In the Environment list, select the context for the audit.

  5. (Optional) Click . if you want to simulate a certain user environment.

    Example: OS=Windows; IP=10.88.3.35; Browser=Firefox;.

  6. To the right in the header bar, click Privileges to audit and select which privileges to display in the audit table.

  7. Click Audit to perform the query.

    An audit table is displayed. Click Transpose to pivot the table.

Defining a load balancing rules query

  1. In the header bar drop-down list, select Audit load balancing rules.

  2. Select the target resource to audit on, Apps or Nodes.
  3. Next to the target resource list, click F and select the resources to audit on.

  4. In the Environment list, select the context for the audit.

  5. (Optional) Click . if you want to simulate a certain user environment.

    Example: OS=Windows; IP=10.88.3.35; Browser=Firefox;.

  6. Click Audit to perform the query.

    An audit table is displayed. Click Transpose to pivot the table.

Defining a license rules query

  1. In the header bar, select Audit license rules.

    The Audit query resource is automatically set to Login access.

  2. Next to the target resource list with Login access selected, click F and use the search to filter the resources to audit on.

  3. In the Environment list, select the context for the audit.

  4. (Optional) Click . if you want to simulate a certain user environment.

    Example: OS=Windows; IP=10.88.3.35; Browser=Firefox;.

  5. Click Audit to perform the query.

    An audit table is displayed. Click Transpose to pivot the table.

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