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Below are the default values for the configuration of Open-AudIT. These can all be changed to work as you desire.

 

 

NameDefault ValueDescription
 The domain name against which your users will validate to log on to Open-AudIT. EG - open-audit.org
 The IP Address of the domain controller your users will validate to log to Open-AudIT. EG - 192.168.0.1
yHave Open-AudIT automatically create Groups based on Subnet. name change to network_group_auto_create as at 1.6.6
create_alertsyShould Open-AudIT create an entry in the alert table if a change is detected.
default_ipmi_password The default ipmi password (Linux only).
default_ipmi_username The default ipmi username (Linux only).
 The ip address or resolvable hostname used by external devices to talk to Open-AudIT. EG - my-server.com
 The default community string Open-AudIT will use when connecting to a new device. EG - public
 The default password used by Open-AudIT to audit devices via SSH.
 The default username used by Open-AudIT to audit devices via SSH.
 The default active directory domain used by Open-AudIT to audit Windows PCs.
 The default password used by Open-AudIT to audit Windows PCs.
 The default username used by Open-AudIT to audit Windows PCs.
discovery_ip_exclude Populate this list with ip addresses to be excluded from discovery. IPs should be separated by a space.
discovery_ip_matchyShould we match a device based only on its ip during discovery.
discovery_linux_script_directory/tmp/The directory the script is copied into on the target device.
discovery_linux_script_permissions700The permissions set on the audit_linux.sh script when it is copied to the target device.
discovery_mac_matchnShould we match a device based only on its mac address during discovery.
discovery_name_matchyShould we match a device based only on its hostname during discovery.
discovery_use_ipmiyShould we use ipmitool for discovering management ports if ipmitool is installed.
yDisplay Groups on the homepage, separated into the type of each Group. A separate table of Groups will be placed on the homepage per Group Type.
download_reportsdownloadDownload or display in the browser any generated report files. Valid values are 'download' and 'display'.
log_level5The logging level. All values below this level will be logged. Valid values are 1-7 with 7 being the most verbose (debug level).
log_stylesyslogThe style of logs to be generated. Valid values are 'syslog' and 'json'. syslog should be used as the audit scripts currently report in this style only.
logologo-banner-oaeUse to modify your logo in the web interface. Should be the name of a .png file in /open-audit/theme-tango/tango-images of dimensions 375x60.
/omk/oae/mapThe link to Open-AudIT Enterprise Maps.
yShould we match a device based only on its hostname as a last resort. Changed to discovery_name_match as at 1.8.2.
network_group_auto_createyHave Open-AudIT automatically create Groups based on Subnet. (as at 1.6.6)
network_group_subnet30If the netmask is equal to or greater than this number, do not create a network group. (as at 1.6.6)
nEnable import / export to NMIS functions.
 The web server address of NMIS.
yEnable or disable search for non-Administrators
oae_license_status License status of Open-AudIT Enterprise.
oae_license_type The type of license you have for Enterprise.
oae_prompt2015-06-01Prompt to activate a license for Open-AudIT Enterprise.
/omk/oaeThe link to Open-AudIT Enterprise.
page_refresh300Interval in seconds between auto-refreshing the page. Set to 0 to cancel auto-refresh.
rss_enableyEnable the RSS feed on the Open-AudIT homepage.
rss_urlhttps://community.opmantek.com/rss/OA.xmlThe RSS Feed URL.
yShould we show any passwords on forms.
yShould we show the SNMP community string on forms.

 

 

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