We would like to upload the Endpoints with group values to the Saviynt. We require on-premise JAR for this, which accepts the group value as a parameter.
Please give us a step-by-step breakdown of how to implement the JAR for on-premise setup.
We were advised that any JAR customization requests should be posted in this forum.
We are looking to upload the Endpoints with group values to the Saviynt as a seventh parameter in the CSV file onpremworkloads_1 under Admin-> Settings -> Data files.
As a result, we need an on-premise JAR that accepts the group value as a parameter.
@riyazullah1 This will require an enhancement to the Extension jar. I have submitted a ticket to the Engg team. It will be discussed and prioritized accordingly. I will get back in 2-3 days with more details. In the meanwhile, please let us know the following details
Hi @NageshK, Please find our answers inline:
1. How many onprem endpoints do you have for bootstrap?
Ans: We would have a combination of thousands of On-premises and Azure endpoints.
2. How are you planning to create the csv file? Manually or by running the discovery script?
Ans: The data is prepared using asset inventory and then entered into the Saviynt standard CSV template.
3. How will the group names be added to the csv file? Manually?
Ans: The group name will be manually entered in the CSV file's seventh column.
4. Is there any logic/association between the endpoint name/properties and the group names? Ex: endpoint name is adminserver1 and group name is admin. In this case, the endpointname contains the group name.
Ans: Unfortunately, there is no logic. Local user groups are created into the Saviynt and the administrators as well as the security team are added in this group. Security team will have access/visibility to all endpoints, however for the platform administrators (Windows, UNIX, DB) the visibility will be available based on the platform.