This is the seventh installment in a series of posts about the new features and options in AppSense Version 8 Service Pack 2. (If you have not yet downloaded this latest release, you can read more info and download it from here )
AppSense Environment Manager Service Pack 2.0 introduces a new auditing event – Trigger Action Time.
A Trigger is the instigator for both conditions and actions to be processed. For example:
Please see the screenshot below showing that when the ‘JD Edwards’ application is launched, and the user is running the application on a client within a ‘set IP address range’, then a specific printer is automatically mapped as the only printer available for the application.
In the above case, the Trigger is the launching of ‘an’ application, the condition is meeting both the application being ‘JDEwards.exe’ and the IP address range criteria and the policy action is the mapping of the specific printer.
Other Trigger actions include Computer Startup, Computer Shutdown, User Logon, User Logoff, Process Started, Process Stopped, Network Connect, Network Disconnect etc…
On selection, this new event is raised for every used Trigger. This details the start time, end time and duration for the chosen trigger conditions and actions to complete.
As this is an ever growing blog topic, the previous posts on the other new features we have detailed can be found below: