Enterprise Recon 2.0.27

SharePoint Server

This section covers the following topics:

Requirements

  • SharePoint Server 2013 or 2016, with SSL enabled.
  • ER 2.0.24 to 2.0.27 Agent

Licensing

SharePoint SSL and SharePoint SSL Lists Targets are licensed by data allowance. See Licensing for more information.

SharePoint SSL

To add a SharePoint Web Application as a SharePoint SSL Target:

  1. From the New Search page, Add Targets.
  2. In the Select Target Type window, enter the URL of the target SharePoint Web Application in the Enter New Target Hostname field. For example, if you access your SharePoint Web Application at https://web_application.example.com/, enter web_application.example.com.
  3. Click Test. If ER2 can connect to the Target, the button changes to a Commit button.
  4. In the Select Types dialog box, click on Websites and select SharePoint SSL.
  5. Fill in the following fields:

    er2-target-sharepointserver

    Field Description
    Path

    Enter a resource path to scan.

    Leave this field blank to scan all available resources on the target SharePoint Web Application.

    Credential Label Enter a descriptive label for the credential set.
    Username Enter a global administrator user name and the SharePoint Central Administration (CA) port number as follows: <user_name#port>

    The CA port used here must have SSL enabled.
    Password Enter the global administrator password.
    Agent to act as proxy host Select a Proxy Agent.
  6. Click Test, and then + Add Customized to finish adding the Target location.

SharePoint SSL Lists

Lists on SharePoint must be scanned as a separate Target from the SharePoint SSL Target.

To add a SharePoint SSL Lists Target:

  1. From the New Search page, Add Targets.
  2. In the Select Target Type window, enter the URL of the target SharePoint Web Application in the Enter New Target Hostname field. For example, if you access your SharePoint Web Application at https://web_application.example.com/, enter web_application.example.com.
  3. Click Test. If ER2 can connect to the Target, the button changes to a Commit button.
  4. In the Select Types dialog box, click on Websites and select SharePoint SSL Lists. Fill in the following fields:

    er2-target-sharepointserver-lists

    Field Description
    Path

    Enter a resource path to scan.

    Leave this field blank to scan all available resources on the target SharePoint Web Application.

    Credential Label Enter a descriptive label for the credential set.
    Username Enter a global administrator user name and the SharePoint Central Administration (CA) port number as follows: <user_name#port>

    The CA port used here must have SSL enabled.
    Password Enter the global administrator password.
    Agent to act as proxy host Select a Proxy Agent.
  5. Click Test, and then + Add Customised to finish adding the Target location.