The migRaven Client is initially designed for migration. In order to save time and not have to provide the same information with each new scan, you can save it once for all future projects.
Click below configuration on the menu item Settings to call the surface.
Enter a corresponding OU in the field. However, since no migration is carried out, you can simply insert a placeholder here. eg: test.domain / test
In the case of a regular project, all generated authorization groups are written to the registered OU. If the specified OU does not exist, it is generated when the authorization groups are deployed.
The entries to be defined (OU, group type) fulfill several functions:
Domains Local Groups, Universal Groups, Global Groups
Define here which group type should be used. All future created groups will be created by default using the template defined here.
In the OU (Canonical name)
Enter a corresponding OU in your domain here. Within this OU, all created groups, ACEs and list authorizations are created by default.
Save the setting to automatically fill in for each future project.
Set roles / accounts
migRaven.24 / 7 uses its own roles that can be configured for specific purposes. These settings can be found in the Windows client. Every access to the web interface is compared to the logged-in account by the Windows authentication. Except for the data owner (which is inserted automatically), all other roles must be set individually.
Open the role menu via configuration and the submenu Roles / Accounts.
Öffnen Sie die account management to see the different roles.
First, the migRaven Administrator be determined:
In the account search you can search and determine an appropriate account from the scanned domains. This can be either one, several users, or even a group.
Note: As the first account, select the one with which you are currently logged in to Windows locally.
Click Add account to set the role.
Enter a comment in the upper field and save the stored settings. (Comment mandatory)
The stored roles are crucial for logging into the 24 / 7 web interface.
In order to be able to export the various reports and lists, or even just to receive notifications, the e-mail configuration must be made once.
Go to the menu Email configuration.
Enter the used e-mail server here (Ex: smtp.office365.com). The used e-mail account for the sending of the mails is here still with the appropriate E-Mail address and the pertinent password deposited.
The server send restrictions determine how many messages should be sent at the same time.
Save the information.
You will be asked to verify the settings. Enter an e-mail address to receive the confirmation code. Enter it after receipt and click on To confirm.
First open the web interface
Open the web interface via http: // <fqdn-des migRavenServers>
The login to the web interface is done via the integrated authentication of the Windows client and the browser.
The recommended browser is Chrome.
If your logged in user is recognized and the admin role assigned in the configuration, you will see the following page. Otherwise, the application will be rejected.
Now check the stored mail address for your account and adjust it if necessary.
You can see here the assigned user role "migRaven Administrator".