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 Post subject: Noob Needs Help
PostPosted: Wed Oct 06, 2010 4:28 am 
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Hey all!

I stumbled on Open Audit and thought it would be very useful for our needs. We have a good 400-500 Windows machines, roughly 30-40 Linux servers, 3 Cisco routers and a ton of HP switches. I would like to use OA for our network but I am not sure if we can. Getting the web service up and running was cake but I don't know were to start in order to get this to scan our entire network. I can scan individual PC's by clicking on admin Audit my Machine, but this is far from efficient and is basically pointless for our needs. As far as I know we don't use active directory or LDAP. Do I have any other options for using this tool and if so what are they? I appreciate any input at this point I am at a total loss and will continue to search the forums. Hopefully someone has some solid input to get myself going in the correct direction. Again thanks for any input provided.

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Adam


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 Post subject: Re: Noob Needs Help
PostPosted: Thu Oct 07, 2010 1:11 am 
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Can anyone help me figure out how to use pc_list_file.txt to be read when running audit.vbs? We don't have AD or LDAP. Also any ideas on when I run audit.vbs why its not loading to my server. It says it loads to the server but nothing shows.

XML sent to server using ServerXMLHTTP: 200 (OK)


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 Post subject: Re: Noob Needs Help
PostPosted: Fri Oct 08, 2010 12:26 pm 
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Can you examine the database itself ?
Are there any entries in there ?

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 Post subject: Re: Noob Needs Help
PostPosted: Tue Oct 19, 2010 5:51 am 
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pc_list_file.txt just enter all the IP's or Hostnames of your computers, followed by two commas ,,

pc1,,
pc2,,
pc3,,


As long as you are logged in with a local account that exists on all remote systems, is the same username and password, then you can audit all of these systems from here.

Audit.vbs: edit the this_config_url setting to point to your OA instance

Audit.config: edit the following settings to point to your OA instance
Audit_host
ie_form_page
non_ie_page

Audit.config: Set the following to no in order to audit the pc_list_file systems (instead of auditing the windows domain)
audit_local_domain = "n"

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