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Installing the AuthAnvil Management Pack For Kaseya v7 or v8

Kaseya 7.0 or newer, including R8

(Note: Requires Kaseya 7.0 Patch 14 or greater)

Step 1 – Initial Setup

  1. Download the ManagementPak.zip file
  2. Extract the ZIP file to your Kaseya web server
  3. Inside the ‘ManagementPak\Script Support Files’ folder, copy the files and contents to the ‘Kaseya\WebPages\ManagedFiles\VSASharedFiles’ folder. (Do not copy the “Script Support Files” folder itself, only its contents)

Step 2 – Import Agent Procedures

  1. Log into Kaseya as a Master admin.
  2. Navigate to Agent Procedures > Schedule/Create
  3. Select the ‘Shared’ root folder.
  4. Select Import Folder/Procedure from the actionable items at the top of the page
  5. Browse to the sub folder “AuthAnvil Scripts” where you unzipped the ManagementPak files.
  6. Select the “authanvil – K2.xml” file.
  7. Click “Save” to import the file.
  8. An AuthAnvil folder should be created under the ‘Shared’ folder with the agent procedures

Step 3 – Import Monitor Sets

  1. In Kaseya, navigate to Monitor > Edit > Monitor Sets
  2. Select the “Shared” folder and click “New Folder“, naming it “AuthAnvil“.
  3. Select the “AuthAnvil” folder and click “Import Monitor Sets” from the actionable items at the top of the page.
  4. Browse to the ManagementPak sub-folder “AuthAnvil Server Monitor Sets“.
  5. Select the “Monitor AuthAnvil Web Site.xml” file.
  6. Click “Upload” to import the file, and close the pop-up screen once completed.
  7. The Monitor AuthAnvil Web Site monitor set should appear as a child of the AuthAnvil folder

Step 4 – Import Logon Agent Event Monitor Sets

  1. In Kaseya, navigate to Monitor > Agent Monitoring > Event Log Alerts
  2. Under the ‘Assign Event Set’ tab select the dropdown under the label ‘Define events sets to match or ignore‘.
  3. Select ‘Import Event Set‘ from the dropdown.
  4. In the bottom menu of this pop-up window, import each events set file (*.xml) from “ManagementPak\Windows Logon Agent Event Sets”. You will need to unselect and reselect “Import Event Set” in order to import a new script.

    NOTE: The files ending in “WinCP” are unique to the AuthAnvil Windows Credential Provider, our protection agent for all current Windows operating systems (Server 2008, Win Vista and later).

 

Questions?

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