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Real time change detection requirements

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Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret on Oct 03, 2016

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  • A Windows user account with administrative rights.
  • Network devices configured to send Syslog or SNMP Trap messages when configurations change.
  • The SolarWinds Syslog Service account must have read-write access to the Orion platform database. For example, if your SQL Server resides on the same server as SolarWinds NCM, consider using a local administrator account for the SolarWinds Syslog Service.
  • The SolarWinds Trap Service account must have read-write access to the Orion platform database. For example, if your SQL Server resides on the same server as SolarWinds NCM, consider using a local administrator account for the SolarWinds Trap Service.
  • The SolarWinds Syslog and Trap Services must be configured to run as administrator so that their scheduled jobs are processed correctly. For detailed steps, see Run syslog and trap services as administrator.
  • Ensure the SNMP Trap Service is running. If the SNMP Trap Service is not listed as a running service in the service control manager (services.msc), you can enable Simple Network Management Protocol in the Management and Monitoring Tools through Add/Remove Windows Components in the Add/Remove Programs application.

 

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