StoredSafe System Administration Guide¶
System administration is mainly done on the system console connected to the StoredSafe appliance, it is possible to enable remote login over SSH, but for security reasons it’s use is discouraged unless absolutely necessary, such as when a HA pair is geographically dispersed.
Press Q to exit from one menu to another. If you press Q from the top level menu Main, you will be logged out from the Console.
Any prompts with text contained between angle brackets, such as
(y/<N>)?, will indicate the standard answer if just a return is entered.
Logon to the System Console
Logon to the system console as the user
storedsafe, the initial
StoredSafe recommends you change the default password to a strong password using the 2 supplied yubikeys for this purpose.
If the default password has been changed according to the StoredSafe
recommendations, you will have 2 yubikeys containing the password for
storedsafe user. This is to make it possible to facilitate “Dual
Control”, since each yubikey contains one piece of the password needed
to authenticate as the
storedsafe user. Typically one key is given to
the CIO and the other key to the CSO.
On the console, press return a couple of times until you see a
storedsafe at the login prompt and at the
prompt insert the first yubikey (marked
Console login 1 and press the
button on the yubikey, remove the first yubikey and insert the second
Console login 2. The second key is programmed to emit a
32 character long password and finally transmit a return.
As soon as you have logged in you will see the initial StoredSafe console application, with the following options:
┌────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────┐ │ StoredSafe Console on node1 (Version 2.x.x build xxxx) │ └────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────┘ ┌─┬──────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────┐ │1│User Management │ │2│System Settings │ │3│Module Settings │ │4│Provisioning │ └─┴──────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────┘ Move the cursor or enter a it's corresponding number (Q to Quit) Main>
You can either navigate with the arrow keys on the keyboard or use the keyboard shortcut to select a menu item. In the example above, pressing the digit 2 on the keyboard takes you directly to the System Settings menu.
Q in sub-menus will always bring you up one level in the menu hierarchy. At the
top level, it will offer you to log out.
- User Management
- System Settings
- Module Settings