Configure scripts

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Configure scripts

Scripts must be stored in the following directory:

 

%ProgramData%\protected-networks.com\8MAN\scripts\analyze

 

Supported file types are:

.ps (PowerShell)

.vbs (VisualBasic)

.bat

.cmd

.js (nodejs.exe)

.exe

 

Required PowerShell modules must be installed on the 8MAN server.

 

8.0 EN Skripte konfigurieren 01

 

Navigate to "Scripting".




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Select the area for which you are configuring scripts.




8.0 EN Configuring scripts 01

 

1.8MAN shows you a list of all the supported change actions before or after which scripts can be executed, as well as available parameters.

2.Create a new script configuration.




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1.Select whether to run the script before or after the action. Your selection filters the available actions (column 2).

2.Select an action for which you want to make a script available.

3.If you have several scripts available for an action, specify the default settings for the 8MAN users in the drop-down menu.




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1.Select a script file.

2.Select how 8MAN passes the parameters to the script.
You can select the parameters directly or pass them as JSON or CSV objects.




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Select the command line parameters.




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Select the type of data transfer to the script. Using a JSON or CSV object as a selection causes the script to provide a temporary file that contains the object data in the selected format.

For information on the available parameters in the CSV / JSON objects, please contact support.

Use the command line preview for a detailed view of passing.




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1.Specify credentials to run the script. If you do not specify any, the credentials from the base configuration are used.

2.Give the script assignment a unique name for the selection in the 8MAN user interface.

3.Leave a description.




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Get a command line preview at any time.