Introduced in 8.6
After you have created an FTP Audit Source, you must perform the next two steps: deploying an Windows Inventory Analyzer package to the target network and automating the audit for producing snapshots on a regular basis.
IMPORTANT: Any changes made in the Audit Profile or updated versions of the inventory analyzers have to be manually re-deployed.
To build the Inventory Analyzer package, follow these steps:
- In the Sidebar, right-click the Site where you have created the FTP Audit Source and select Properties from the pop-up menu. The [Site Name] dialog box opens.
Under Audit Sources, double-click your FTP Audit Source to bring up the [Source Name] dialog box.
- On the General tab, click the Create Package button in the Package section.
The Deploy Folder Location dialog box opens.
- Browse to the destination folder for the Inventory Analyzer package. If you want to create a new subfolder within the selected folder, click New Folder.
Network Inventorycreates the package in the specified folder.
- Click OK to close the [Site Name] dialog box.
AuditData— the folder in which audit snapshots will be stored before loading them into the database.
Log— the folder in which the Windows Inventory Analyzer will store logged events .
- The Windows pack — for auditing Windows computers on the remote network:
ina32.cfg— the configuration file for the Windows Inventory Analyzer.
ina32.exe— the Windows Inventory Analyzer executable file.
autorun.inf— the file that launches the Windows Inventory Analyzer automatically from a removable media, if the client Windows computer has AutoPlay enabled. You may use this file to automatically start the audit from a flash drive.
- The Audit Snapshot Viewer pack — for viewing audit snapshots from outside
AdtViewer.exe— the Audit Snapshot Viewer executable file
ADTViewerEng.dll— the Audit Snapshot Viewer Engine for displaying audit snapshots.
pcidevs.txt— the dictionary file for identifying PCI device manufacturers.
When the Inventory Analyzer package is ready, access the shared folder on the remote network that you have created for the Remote Audit and set the minimally necessary permissions. These permissions are used for the Remote Audit with FTP delivery to create the most secure environment for the network share and audit snapshot files stored there.
INFO: For details, see Minimally Necessary Permissions.
When the minimally necessary permissions are set, deliver the package to the remote site and deploy it onto the network share.
Then you must automate the audit on the target network using domain logon script or scheduled task. You can use the automation scenarios offered for automating the Network Folder Audit. For instructions, see Automating the Network Folder Audit.