Idea Details

WebAgentTrace.log to say "Authorized by (which) Policy Server".

Last activity 12-17-2016 09:06 AM
SungHoon_Kim's profile image
11-18-2015 01:22 AM

In many times, we get WebAgentTrace.log and find the authorization decision was made by policy server.

But, which policy server(?) is another quiz to solve when collecting a full set of logs.

 

Currently, following is what we see.

[AuthorizeUser][User 'uid=User1,OU=People,dc=sample,dc=lab' is authorized by Policy Server.]

 

What I hope to see is.

[AuthorizeUser][User 'uid=User1,OU=People,dc=sample,dc=lab' is authorized by Policy Server 'PS001'.]

 

Edit : (As mentioned by Hubert Dennis)

This should also include other events from policy server.

IsProtected (Yes / No)

IsAuthenticated (AuthAttempt / AuthReject)

IsAuthorized (AzAccept / AzReject)

IsValidate (ValidateAccept / ValidateReject)


Comments

02-17-2016 02:31 AM

Just a note :

 

If there is a load balancer between the webagent and the policy server, then the IP address of the policy server (as known by the webagent) will not be sufficient to uniquely identify the actual policy server that returned the result.

 

This was a feature requested by Steve McQuiggan (CA) quite some time ago, but he had to modify his request once it became clear that load balancer was goign to be supported between WA and PS.

 

I just wanted to make that same point here, so that when feature is implmented that :        

           [AuthorizeUser][User 'uid=User1,OU=People,dc=sample,dc=lab' is authorized by Policy Server 'PS001'.]

 

That the PS01 is some tag that really does uniquely identify the policy server.

 

Cheers - Mark

02-16-2016 04:08 AM

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01-15-2016 12:53 PM

I Agree. This would save a lot of time while troubleshooting for SM Admins as we can determine the Policy Sever from the Agent logs ,especially in an environment where there are lot of policy servers.

 

Thanks

11-18-2015 12:55 PM

Include all calls success and failures....

 

IsProtected (Yes / No)

IsAuthenticated (AuthAttempt / AuthReject)

IsAuthorized (AzAccept / AzReject)

IsValidate (ValidateAccept / ValidateReject)

11-18-2015 01:26 AM

Same goes to "Authenticated by Policy Server 'PS001'"