Implementing Fastpath’s Audit Trail: Configuration

FastpathThis post is part of the series on Implementing Fastpath's Audit Trail and is part of the parent Implementing Fastpath's Assure Suite series.

With Fastpath Audit Trail installed, the configuration is done as part of the first run. Launch Audit Trail from the Windows start menu.

The Connect To Database window will open. Enter the full SQL Server instance name in the Server Name field; leave the Authentication method at SQL Server Authentication and enter the sa user and password. When you tab from the Password field the credentials will be used to connect and retrieve a list of databases.

Select the database to connect to and click Connect:

Connect To Database

A dialog will be displayed stating Invalid Registration Key, click OK:

Invalid Registration Key

You will have received registration keys by email from Fastpath; paste these into the Registration Keys window and click OK:

Fastpath Audit Trail Registration Keys

When prompted, click Yes when asked if you’re installing the Audit Trail database for the first time:

Unable to connect message

The Create Fastpath Database window will be displayed:

  • ERP – select GP.
  • Authentication – select either Windows or SQL Server Authentication
  • ; in both cases the user used must have permissions to create a database.

Click the ,em>Default path button to get the default location for the SQL Server database data and log files; change the returned paths if necessary and then click Create:

Create Fastpath Database

When prompted confirm creation of the database by clicking OK:

Create Database

It might take a couple of minutes to create the database and tables, but when finished, click OK:

Implementing Fastpath's Audit Trail

Implementing Fastpath's Assure Suite

Implementing Fastpath’s Assure Suite
Implementing Fastpath's Assure Suite: Who are Fastpath?
Implementing Fastpath's Assure Suite: What is Assure Suite?
Implementing Fastpath's Assure Suite: Pre-installation steps
Implementing Fastpath's Assure Suite: Sign Into Support Portal
Implementing Fastpath's Assure Suite: Download Assure Suite
Implementing Fastpath's Audit Trail: Installation
Implementing Fastpath's Audit Trail: Configuration
Implementing Fastpath's Identity Manager: Install AD Connector
Implementing Fastpath's Identity Manager: Configure AD Settings
Implementing Fastpath's Assure Suite: Run minimum permissions script
Implementing Fastpath's Assure Suite: Install the Hybrid Connection Manager
Implementing Fastpath's Assure Suite: Configure Hybrid Connection Manager
Implementing Fastpath's Assure Suite: Setup cloud connection
Implementing Fastpath's Assure Suite: Schedule security import
Implementing Fastpath's Assure Suite: Schedule security import
Implementing Fastpath's Assure Suite: Schedule Audit Trails data collection
Implementing Fastpath's Audit Trail: Grant AT Access
Implementing Fastpath's Audit Trail: Select company to audit
Implementing Fastpath's Audit Trail: Select tables to audit
Implementing Fastpath's Audit Trail: Create Triggers
Implementing Fastpath's Audit Trail: Apply templates
Implementing Fastpath's Audit Trail: Apply triggers to other companies
Implementing Fastpath's Audit Trail: Transfer between systems
Implementing Fastpath's Assure Suite: Create new portal user
Implementing Fastpath's Assure Suite: Assign Permissions
Implementing Fastpath's Audit Trail: Ad hoc data collect
Implementing Fastpath's Audit Trail: Review data changes
Implementing Fastpath's Audit Trail: View reports

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