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How to identify where the Splunk roles - authorize.conf is located in an app

harshal_chakran
Builder

Hi all,
I have an authorize.conf located in an application, which is usually deployed via Deployer to SH members.
There is also an authorize.conf at our system/local directory ( Created by GUI).

Currently these two files are bit interlinked now.
Example : A role is created at App level ( deployed via deployer) , but some inheritance/reference was added via GUI, hence this entry gets logged in system/local

Is there any way to identify if the role is present in system/local OR in the app??

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isoutamo
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

If you could log into cmd line or run remotely splunk command on SHC nodes you could use 

splunk btool authorize list --debug

to see which version takes precedence. If needed you can try those app and user parameters too.

r. Ismo  

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isoutamo
SplunkTrust
SplunkTrust

If you could log into cmd line or run remotely splunk command on SHC nodes you could use 

splunk btool authorize list --debug

to see which version takes precedence. If needed you can try those app and user parameters too.

r. Ismo  

gcusello
Legend

Hi @harshal_chakran,

you can use btool to have all the active configuractions:

./splunk cmd btool autorize -list --debug

Ciao.

Giuseppe

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