Storage of NES Data

Nymi stores information related to the NES configuration, the Nymi Band, and the Active Directory username for users in several tables in a SQL database. You can perform queries to gather transactional information, such as changes to the NES policy configuration, enrollments, and Nymi Band deactivations.

By default, the account that installs the SQL server software has read access to the NES database. During NES configuration you can add additional Auditor accounts that have read-only access to Audit tables. The Auditor account is not limited to specific Active Directory (AD) users, but can be an AD group, so that AD users can be added to that group later by AD administrator.

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