PSM basic parameters file

The Basic_psm.ini file contains the basic parameters of PSM which are required to start working with PSM. During installation, it is copied to the PSMinstallation folder.

All parameters must be specified without spaces.

Parameter

Description

PSMVaultFile

The full path of the Vault.ini file, including the file name.

Acceptable Values: Full path name

Default Value: <installation folder>\Vault\Vault.ini

PSMAppCredFile

The full path of the PSM application user credential file, including the file name.

Acceptable Values: Full path name

Default Value: <installation folder>\Vault\psmapp.cred

PSMGWCredFile

The full path of the PSM gateway user credential file, including the file name.

Acceptable Values: Full path name

Default Value: <installation folder>\Vault\psmgw.cred

LogsFolder

The full path of the logs folder.

Acceptable Values: Full path name

Default Value: <installation folder>\Logs

TempFolder

The full path of the temp folder.

Acceptable Values: Full path name

Default Value: <installation folder>\Temp

PSMServerId

The ID of the current PSM server.

Acceptable Values: String

Default Value: PSMServer

EnableProtocolProviderLogging

Whether or not log messages of the PSM protocol provider will be added to the event viewer.

Acceptable Values: Yes/No

Default Value: No

EnableCredentialProviderLogging

Whether or not log messages of the PSM credential provider will be added to the event viewer.

Acceptable Values: Yes/No

Default Value: No

ConfigurationSafe

The name of the Safe that contains the PSM configuration files.

Acceptable Values: Safe name

Default Value: PVWAConfig

ConfigurationFolder

The name of the folder that contains the PSM configuration files.

Acceptable Values: Folder

Default Value: Root

PVConfigurationFileName

The name of the configuration file stored in the Configuration Safe.

Acceptable Values: File name

Default Value: PVConfiguration.xml

PoliciesConfigurationFileName

The name of the platforms file that is stored in the Configuration Safe.

Acceptable Values: Policies.xml

Default Value: File name

PSMLoginPattern

Value this parameter to enable a PSM for Windows connection using NLA without providing the target details in the RDP file or in the RDP client UI. Any username that contains the login pattern will be automatically connected to the target machine through PSM.

For example, if your domain is cyberark.com and your Administrator defined PSMLoginPattern="cyberark.com", you must use a username in the format of cyberark.com\<username>.

Acceptable Values: String

Default Value: There is no default value.

SetPKIAuthAsDefault

Value this parameter to set the default connection type to smart card.

PSM for Windows connection supports both authentication with credentials and through a smart card. The default authentication type is using credentials and you can select smart card authentication using Windows tiles.

Acceptable Values: Yes/No

Default Value: No

RecordingsDirectory

The name of the local folder where recordings are saved until they are uploaded to Privilege Cloud.

Acceptable Values: Full path name

Default Value: Automatically set during PSM installation

IdentityUM

This parameter indicates whether PSM is set for ISPSS mode.

For ISPSS select Yes, for standard select No.

Acceptable Values: Yes/No

Default Value: No

DisablePSMForWindows

Value this parameter to disable all PSM for Windows connections for the specific PSM.

Acceptable Values: Yes/No

Default Value: No