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Audit Trail Configuration

asked on June 29

Hello,

In order to access the Audit Trail configuration page, the user has to be a member of the local administrators group (as far as I know).

The client is refusing to add some users to the local admin group, I'm wondering if there is any other way to grant the user access on the Audit Trail configuration page.

 

Thank you,

Naim Daoud.

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replied on June 29 Show version history

I have not tested it, but I think if you open IIS and go to the AuditTrailConfig Virtual App, then select .NET Users and add the users there.

 

Otherwise, in the "\Program Files\Laserfiche\Audit Trail\WebAuditConfig\Web.config" file, you can find <configuration><appSettings><add key=AdministratorGroup value="S-..." />

This setting value equals the SID of the local administrators group on the IIS Server.  You could potentially create a Domain group for LFATAdiministrators, have the domain administrators group as a member and then all of the non administrative domain users that you want to allow access added as members and change the above setting value to the Sid of your domain group.  You would also need to make sure that the domain group had permissions to the Windows path "\Program Files\Laserfiche\Audit Trail\WebAuditConfig"

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replied on June 29

The information you are looking for is here.

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replied on June 29

The link explains the permissions to view and create reports. I'm asking about the permission on the Audit Trail configuration itself.

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replied on June 29

Ah, your post said 'on the Audit Trail Configuration page'. So the answer to your question then is depending on how Audit Trail is coded, you might be able to find a reference to the group in a config file that you may be able to add another group. I've never done it myself.

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