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Osirium Documentation

Access to the PxM Platfom product documentation, installation, upgrade, user and administrators guides.

 

PxM Platform Installation guides

The following guides are for system administrators who are responsible for deploying and configuring the PxM Virtual Appliances.

Continue to the PxM Platform Installation Guide for VMware vSphere

PxM Platform Installation Guide within VMware vSphere

The following guide will give you a comprehensive, step by step guide to deploying, installing and initial config of the PxM Platform Virtual Appliance within a VMware vSphere cloud computing virtualisation platform.

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Continue to the PxM Platform installation guide for Microsoft Hyper-V

PxM Platform Virtual Appliance installation guide within Microsoft Hyper-V

The following guide will give you a comprehensive, step by step guide to deploying, installing and initial config of the PxM Platform Virtual Appliance on a Microsoft Hyper-V platform.

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Continue to the PxM Platform installation guide for Microsoft Azure

PxM Platform Virtual Appliance installation guide wihtin Microsoft Azure

The following guide will give you a comprehensive, step by step guide to deploying, installing and initial config of the PxM Platform Virtual Appliance on a Microsoft Azure cloud computing service.

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Continue to the PxM Platform installation guide for Amazon Web Services (AWS)

PxM Platform Virtual Appliance installation guide within Amazon Web Services (AWS)

The following guide will give you a comprehensive, step by step guide to deploying, installing and initial config of the PxM Platform Virtual Appliance on a Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud computing platform.

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Continue to the PxM Platform MAP Server installation guide

PxM Platform MAP Server installation guide

The following guide will give you the necessary information to be able to install and configure the PxM Platform Management Application Proxy Server (MAP Server).

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PxM Platform Upgrade and Restore Guides

The following guides are for system administrators who are responsible for upgrading and restoring virtual appliances.

Continue to the PxM Platform Virtual Appliance Upgrade Guide

PxM Platform Virtual Appliance Upgrade Guide

The following guide will give you the necessary information to be able to upgrade your PxM Platform Virtual Appliance.

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Continue to the PxM Platform Virtual Appliance Backup & Restore Guide

PxM Platform Virtual Appliance Backup & Restore Guide

This guide will give you the necessary information to back up and restore the PxM Platform.

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PxM Client Guides

These guides are for PxM users as well as PxM SuperAdmins who want to install the PxM Client and know how to access the PxM Virtual Appliance Web Management Interface, access device tools and run device tasks.

Continue to the PxM Client for Windows User Guide

PxM Client for Windows User Guide

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Continue to the PxM Client for macOS User Guide

PxM Client for macOS User Guide

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PxM Platform Administrator Guides

Continue to the PxM Administrators Guide

PxM Administrators Guide

The administrator’s guide is for people responsible for managing and administering devices. It provides the information needed to install, configure and use the PxM Platform.

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Continue to the PxM Platform Template Guide

PxM Platform Template Guide

The template guide is designed to assist with the editing of existing and creation of new PxM Platform templates (referred to as ‘templates’ in this documentation).

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Other Documentation

Continue to the POC Guide

POC Guide

This document is a proof of concept (POC) guide for the PxM Platform, a privileged user and infrastructure management solution. It covers several scenarios that you can use to evaluate the Platform and its features.

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About the CEF Specification

CEF Specification

The CEF specification describes a list of events and corresponding data that Osirium can generate and log in a Common Event Format (CEF). SIEM systems can then analyse the stream of events emitted by Osirium.

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Continue to the How To Guide

How To Guide

The PxM Platform 'How To' helps with frequently asked questions on PxM Platform setup, maintenance and general use. For a more specific walkthrough, please see our guides above.

PxM Platform How To Guide