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Command line options for the Sisipsconfig Tool

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Article ID: 151857

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Products

Critical System Protection Data Center Security Server Data Center Security Server Advanced Endpoint Security for Servers Endpoint Security Cloud Workload Protection

Issue/Introduction

This document covers the command line options available to the sisipsconfig tool. 

Environment

Critical System Protection (CSP)
Cloud Workload Protection - Compute (CWP)
Data Center Security Server (DCS)
Data Center Security Server Advanced (DCS:SA)
Symantec Endpoint Protection - Symantec Linux Agent (SEP Linux)

 

The agent config tool is located in the following directories on an agent computer:

Windows agents named sisipsconfig.exe

  • Located (for SCSP) in: C:\Program Files\Symantec\Critical System Protection\agent\ips\bin
  • Located (for SDCS) in: C:\Program Files (x86)\Symantec\Data Center Security Server\Agent\IPS\bin

UNIX agents named sisipsconfig.sh ‚Äč(You will need to su to sisips to run this tool on *nix su - sisips -c "./opt/Symantec/sdcss/IPS/sisipsconfig.sh)

  • Located (for SCSP) in: opt/Symantec/scspagent/IPS
  • Located (for SDCS) in: opt/Symantec/sdcssagent/IPS

Resolution

SEP Linux, CWP Linux and DCS:SA Linux agent cmdline tool options

sisipsconfig tool options

Descriptions

SEP Linux

CWP Linux

DCS:SA

-view (-v)

Prints the values configurable by this tool.

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-utilport (-u)

Sets the Utilities service port (1-65535).

N/A

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-setpolicy (-s)

Replaces the current policy with the applied policy.

N/A

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-resetpolicy (-r)    

Replaces the current policy with the default policy.

N/A

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-toggleipsstate (-i) 

This option is deprecated now. Please use -ipsstate on/off instead.

N/A

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-ipsstate on/off

Enables or Disables state of the IPS Driver.

N/A

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-overridetimeout (-o)

Timeout value (in seconds) for policy translation during policy override.

N/A

N/A

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-trace

Turns Trace to the desired value.

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-rollagent (-a)

Forces the Agent log file to rollover.

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-rollcsv (-csv)

Forces the CSV log file to rollover.

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-retranslate (-n)

Forces a policy retranslation.

N/A

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-export (-export)

Prints out the config file.

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-rtfim on/off        

Turn RealTime FIM on or off.

N/A

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-rtnfsc on/off

Turn RealTime FIM NFS Client watch on or off.

N/A

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-kstat

Driver Stats

N/A

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-apstate on/off      

Enables or Disables state of AP Driver.

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-amd on/off

Enables or Disables AP feature.

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-approfile 10/20     

Enable AP profiling for 10 or 20 minutes.

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-host (-h)

Sets the target Management Server hostname. This could be a comma separated list of multiple servers.

N/A

N/A

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-port (-p)

Sets the target Management Server port (1-65535).

N/A

N/A

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-certfile (-c)

Sets the path to the SSL client certificate file.

N/A

N/A

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-failbackinterval

Sets the failback interval for the agent to try to communicate with the Primary Management Server.

N/A

N/A

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-test (-t)

Tests the connection information with the Nth server in the Server List.

N/A

N/A

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-forcereg

Forces the Agent to re-register with the server.

N/A

N/A

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-upgradeagentnow

Upgrades agent and sdcss-kmod package(s).

N/A

N/A

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-agentautoupgrade

Enables or Disables Agent Automatic Upgrade feature.

N/A

N/A

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  -2Note: - apstate and -amd  are for DCS Linux Agents (Not DCS Windows Agents)


How to use the sisipsconfig tool on Linux/Unix systems


Type "sisipsconfig.sh -help <option>" for a detailed help page for each option.

(i.e. sisipsconfig -help -export)


Examples:
This example prints out the config file
sisipsconfig -export

This example rolls over the Agent and CSV log files:
sisipsconfig -a –csv