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4U2NV2 Smart Groups and AD Groups
Member 28th May, 2014 19:34
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Is there a way to create a smart group based on OU membership? We haven't set up integration with AD but it doesn't seem like that is part of the integreation. It's difficult to create reports when a smart group needs to be created and computers have to be added manually. Only open seems to be to create a site for the individual areas. Maybe I missed something in the documentation but so far that seems like the only solution possible.

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Secunia Official 30th May, 2014 14:48
Hi,

The functionality you asked for is one of the primary reasons behind the implementation of the Active Directory integration. As long as Secunia CSI is integrated with AD, it would be able to separate hosts based on their boundaries (OUs) which allows you much flexible reporting.

Once you are active with AD Integration, CSI would allow you to choose your OUs when the Smart Group condition ''Site Name ... (#n Selected)" is selected within your Smart Group configuration.

Kind regards / Stay Secure
Rosen Danailov / Security+
Secunia Customer Support
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Member 31st May, 2014 17:51
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Thank you for the quick response. We have the daemon installed but don't see anything related to AD integreation. There may be an issue somewhere with the configuration. Seems like the console worked a lot smoother than that web based interface. Matter of opinion.
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Secunia Official 2nd Jun, 2014 09:12
Last edited on 2nd Jun, 2014 09:13 Hi,

The new Smart Group design provides much more flexibility and customization than Secunia CSI 6.x, whereas the new design was intended to allow customers to scale their CSI coverage.

Unfortunately, you would have to create all Smart Groups yourself, as the intention behind them is to match specific scenarios that allow you to apply CSI workflows to real work scenarios.

The Secunia Daemon is involved with AD Integration only to provide automatic scheduling of AD Scans (used to re-import your hosts to CSI, thus used to copy the data automatically without your interaction). The Daemon has to be setup with an account that has right to contact the DC.

Kind regards / Stay Secure
Rosen Danailov / Security+
Secunia Customer Support


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