"Process Detail" Report in Privilege Management for Mac

This report gives details about a specific process control event. Only processes that match rules in Workstyles are displayed.

There is an Advanced view available with this report which is available from the Filters dropdown. The Advanced view shows you the full set of columns available in the database.

  • Start Time: The start time of the event.
  • Platform: The platform that the events came from.
  • Description: The description of a specific application.
  • Publisher: The publisher of a specific application.
  • Application Type: The type of application.
  • File Name: The name of the file where applicable.
  • Command Line: The command line path of the file if applicable.
  • Product Name: The product name where applicable.
  • Trusted Application Name: The name of the trusted application.
  • Trusted Application Version: The version of the trusted application.
  • Product Version: The version of the product of applicable.
  • Group Policy Object: The Group Policy object, if applicable.
  • Workstyle: The Workstyle containing the rule that triggered the event.
  • Message: Any message associated with the event.
  • Action: Any action associated with the event.
  • Application Group: The Application Group that the application that triggered the event belongs to.
  • PID: The operating system process identifier.
  • Parent PID: The operating system process identifier of the parent process.
  • Parent Process File Name: The name of the parent process.
  • Shell/Auto: Whether the process was launched using the shell Run with Privilege Management option or by normal means (opening an application).
  • UAC Triggered: Whether or not Windows UAC was triggered.
  • Admin Rights Detected: Whether or not admin rights was detected.
  • User Name: The user name that triggered the event.
  • Host Name: The host name where the event was triggered.
  • Rule Script File Name: The name of the Rule Script (Power Rule) that ran.
  • Rule Script Affected Rule: True when the Rule Script (Power Rule) changed one or more of the Default Privilege Management for Mac rule.
  • User Reason: The reason given by the user if applicable.
  • COM Display Name: The display name of the COM if applicable.
  • Source URL: The source URL if applicable.
  • Auth Methods: The type of authentication method selected in the Policy Editor. Multiple values can be present and will be comma separated. Possible values: Identity Provider, Password, Challenge Response, Smart Card, and User Request.
  • Idp Authentication User Name: The credential provided when adding an Identity Provider authorization message in the Policy Editor.

Add to Policy

Add to Policy allows you to add application types to specific Application Groups in your policy. The following application types are not supported in the Process Details report:

  • Application Types
    • DLL application types
    • Uninstall application types

To add applications from events to your policy:

  1. Click the gray check mark in the first column next to the row(s) you want to import applications from and click Add to Policy.
  2. If you have selected any application types that are unsupported, these are displayed and grouped by application type or event type.

Application types of Uninstaller are not supported. These cannot be determined by the Events > All report at this stage. If you have selected any Uninstaller application types, you are notified at the end of the process that the applications couldn't be added to your policy.

  1. Click Add and Save to add them to your policy. You receive a confirmation when this completes. Click Add and Edit to add them to your policy and subsequently open the Policy Catalog. The highlighted lines are the ones you just added to your policy.

The information that is extracted from the application type is determined by what is available in the event and the most commonly used matching criteria for that application type.

If you receive a message stating your policy is locked, ensure you don't have more than one instance of ePO server open and that no other users are accessing the policy.

Export to CSV

This exports all the events into a Comma Separated Value (CSV) file.