Setting global security options
As a user with the System Administrator role, you can set security and maintenance options that apply globally to the all of the systems, domains, or databases you add to the Zero Trust Privileged Access Service. Most of these settings are the same as described in the following topics:
- Setting system‑specific advanced options
- Setting domain-specific advanced options
- Setting database-specific advanced options
After you set a global security option, that setting becomes the default used for all systems, domains, and databases unless you explicitly set a system‑specific, domain‑specific, or database‑specific option to override it.
Fore more information about global security options that cannot be set for individual systems, domains, or databases, see:
- Updating the SSH gateway banner
- Downloading the SSH master key file
- Password profiles
- Allow permanent workflow requests for password checkouts
- Allow permanent workflow requests for login
- Enable periodic SSH key cleanup at specified interval (days)
- Enable periodic SSH key rotation at specified interval (days).
- Require secure communication method for remote (RDP) connections.