Enable-MbamDatabase

Aggiornamento: agosto 2015

Si applica a: Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Monitoring 2.5, Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Monitoring 2.5 SP1

Enable-MbamDatabase

Enables the Compliance and Audit and Recovery databases.

Sintassi

Parameter Set: ParameterSetCompliance
Enable-MbamDatabase -AccessAccount <String> -ComplianceAndAudit -ConnectionString <String> -ReportAccount <String> [-DatabaseName <String> ] [-SkipValidation] [ <CommonParameters>]

Parameter Set: ParameterSetRecovery
Enable-MbamDatabase -AccessAccount <String> -ConnectionString <String> -Recovery [-DatabaseName <String> ] [-SkipValidation] [ <CommonParameters>]




Descrizione dettagliata

The Enable-MbamDatabase cmdlet enables a Compliance and Audit or a Recovery Database.

Parametri

-AccessAccount<String>

Specifies a domain user or group. This domain user or group has read and write permission to this database, which enables web applications to access the data and reports. If the value is a domain user, the WebServiceApplicationPoolCredential parameter in the Enable-MbamWebApplication cmdlet must use the same user account. If the value is a group, the domain account used by the WebServiceApplicationPoolCredential parameter must be a member of this group.


Alias

none

Obbligatorio?

true

Posizione?

named

Valore predefinito

none

Accetta input da pipeline?

True (ByPropertyName)

Accetta caratteri jolly?

false

-ComplianceAndAudit

Indicates that the Compliance and Audit Database is enabled.


Alias

none

Obbligatorio?

true

Posizione?

named

Valore predefinito

none

Accetta input da pipeline?

false

Accetta caratteri jolly?

false

-ConnectionString<String>

Specifies the connection string used to connect to the data store. The Integrated Security field must be in the connection string.


Alias

none

Obbligatorio?

true

Posizione?

named

Valore predefinito

none

Accetta input da pipeline?

True (ByPropertyName)

Accetta caratteri jolly?

false

-DatabaseName<String>

Specifies the name of the database. This parameter cannot contain leading or trailing spaces or non-printable characters. If you do not specify a name, the Compliance and Audit Database is given the name MBAM Compliance Status, and the Recovery database is given the name MBAM Recovery and Hardware.


Alias

none

Obbligatorio?

false

Posizione?

named

Valore predefinito

none

Accetta input da pipeline?

false

Accetta caratteri jolly?

false

-Recovery

Indicates that the Recovery Database is enabled.


Alias

none

Obbligatorio?

true

Posizione?

named

Valore predefinito

none

Accetta input da pipeline?

false

Accetta caratteri jolly?

false

-ReportAccount<String>

Specifies a domain user or group. This domain user or group has read-only permission to this database, which enables reports to access the compliance and audit data. If the value is a domain user, the ComplianceAndAuditDBCredential parameter in the Enable-MbamReport cmdlet must use the same user account. If the value is a domain user group, the domain account used by the ComplianceAndAuditDBCredential parameter must be a member of this group.


Alias

none

Obbligatorio?

true

Posizione?

named

Valore predefinito

none

Accetta input da pipeline?

True (ByPropertyName)

Accetta caratteri jolly?

false

-SkipValidation

Indicates that this cmdlet bypasses validation of parameter values. If you specify this parameter, the feature may not function properly after you enable it.


Alias

none

Obbligatorio?

false

Posizione?

named

Valore predefinito

none

Accetta input da pipeline?

false

Accetta caratteri jolly?

false

<CommonParameters>

Questo cmdlet supporta i parametri comuni: -Verbose, -Debug, -ErrorAction, -ErrorVariable, -OutBuffer e -OutVariable. Per altre informazioni, vedere   about_CommonParameters (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkID=113216).

Input

Il tipo di input è il tipo degli oggetti che è possibile reindirizzare al cmdlet.

Output

Il tipo di output corrisponde al tipo di oggetti generati dal cmdlet.

Esempi

Example 1: Enable the Compliance and Audit Database

This command enables the Compliance and Audit Database on MyDatabaseServer. The name of the database is MyComplianceDatabaseName. The domain account MyAccessAccount has read and write permission to the database, and MyReportAccount has read-only permission to the database for reporting purposes. The current Windows account credentials are used for authentication.


PS C:\> Enable-MbamDatabase -ComplianceAndAudit -ConnectionString "Integrated Security=SSPI;Data Source=MyDatabaseServer" -AccessAccount "MyDomain\MyAccessAccount" -ReportAccount "MyDomain\MyReportAccount" -DatabaseName "MyComplianceDatabaseName"

Example 2: Enable the Recovery Database

This command enables the Recovery database on MyRecoveryDatabaseServer. The name of the database is MyRecoveryDatabaseName. The domain account MyAccessAccount has read/write permission to the database. The command uses the current Windows account credentials for authentication.


PS C:\> Enable-MbamDatabase -Recovery -ConnectionString "Integrated Security=SSPI;Data Source=MyDatabaseServer" -AccessAccount "MyDomain\MyAccessAccount" -DatabaseName "MyRecoveryDatabaseName"

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