Click on Admin -> Application and Access Profile Management.
Click on CREATE APPLICATION from the Tenant Applications page.
Click the Add (+) sign inline to the Britive application on the Add Application page.
Enter the following values in the Application tab:
Enter the Britive Tenant Name.
Enter the Description, if required.
Select the Email attribute for Account Mapping.
Click NEXT. The Settings tab is displayed.
Click CREATE ENTITY button.
Enter the following details in the Create Environment/Environment Group page:
Select Environment in the Entity Type.
Enter Entity Name.
Enter Entity Description.
Click on the Settings tab and enter the following details:
Click EDIT to edit the Connection Properties.
Edit the Tenant base URL.
Enter the API token for a service identity. Create a service identity in Britive and add the service identity to UserAdministrator policy.
Profile Settings: Configure the maximum session duration for profiles. You can select the duration between 15 minutes to 7 calendar days. This allows to setup expiration duration for each profile while creating/updating the profile up to this configured value. If existing profiles are created with more than 12 hours and the above setting is changed, then it cannot be lowered until all profiles are updated with a lower expiration duration.
Click SAVE AND TEST.
A pop-up displays a Success message if the environment is correctly configured. If any error message is displayed, review the error, correct the configuration, and test again.
Select the Scans tab after the configuration is complete.
Click on SCAN ENVIRONMENTS.
Select the environment and click on SCAN SELECTED (1).
Refresh the scan progress. Once the scan is completed, click on the Data tab to view the data. Note, tags are presented as Groups under the Groups tab. Also, we currently don’t support scanning policies, so this tab will be empty.
Creating a Britive profile
After creating a Britive connector, you can create user profiles in Britive that can be used to gain access to Britive's administrative functions.
Create a Britive Tag that may be named 'Tenant Admin'. For more information, see Creating Tags.
Add all members who need access to Britive administration to this tag.
Under Role & Policy Management -> Policies, go to the pre-existing TenantAdminPolicy, and add the newly created tag as a member to the policy.
Go to the Britive app created previously, and create a profile under it.
On the Permissions tab of the profile, add the tag created in step 1.
Your Britive profile is now ready to be used.
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