auditing a domain from a linux webserver
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Author:  amendez [ Wed Apr 01, 2009 6:41 am ]
Post subject:  auditing a domain from a linux webserver

I have the following installation and need some help getting started. Any help would be great.

I have installed openaudit on centos5.2 . I have audited, manually , one windows computer. But I had to go to that computer and manually select from the webgui audit this pc.

The tutorial for auditing a domain is agreat start but leaves off by saying, run cscript audit.vbs. How do I run this from linux? Say i've configured by audit.config to my liking. What do I do next to start to inventory my systems.

Also, what is the purpose of etc.. I would like to get the process of inventory going.

thank you.

Also, are there any places I can look for log information?

Author:  Mark [ Wed Apr 01, 2009 11:41 am ]
Post subject:  Re: auditing a domain from a linux webserver

audit.vbs must be run from a Windows machine (with Domain Admin credentials).
VBScript is a Microsoft technology that does not run on Linux.

OAv2 hopes to solve this issue and enable full auditing from a Linux machine.

The is for scanning your network from your Linux machine.
There is a corresponding nmap.vbs for Windows.
The is for auditing your Linux machines.

Author:  amendez [ Sat Apr 04, 2009 5:59 am ]
Post subject:  Re: auditing a domain from a linux webserver

Ok, so I am attempting to use a group policy to run audit.vbs on all my machines. In my testing enviornment; initially it runs and it and inventories to my server GREAT however if the audit.config file exists when the scripts runs a gain at boot, it gives a vbscript error

line 126
Expected statement
vbscript erro compilation

Is this a known issue?

it only happens if audit.vbs has already ran and is being run again the the file audit.config is in the same directory. If remove it , the script runs again, but seems to hang because the account is already on the server.

please advise

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