This document describes the Event IDs generated by the SecureAuth Backup Tool.
Where are the event logs located?
This tool writes to the Windows Application Event Log with a source of SecureAuth Backup Tool.
Event ID Descriptions
A backup operation was initiated.
A restore operation was initiated.
A restore operation was completed successfully.
A backup operation was completed successfully.
An IIS application was created for a SecureAuth realm during a restore operation.
A certificate was installed during a restore operation.
User declined the legal agreement.
User cancelled the restore operation.
The Authenticated Users privilege was added to NetFrameworkConfigurationKey.
A privilege was added to the private key of a certificate during a restore operation.
The IIS URL Rewrite module has been successfully installed on this SecureAuth IdP Appliance
A backup of the IIS configuration was made with the name <backup name>.
The IIS Application <app name> has been renamed to <new app name>.
The archive being restored has web.config files which are configured to use the SHA-1 cloud environment. While this SecureAuth IdP Appliance is currently configured to use SHA-2. Make sure to update the URLs in the System Info tab otherwise the appliance will be unable to access cloud services.
A corrupt web.config file was found.
The user failed to provide a strong password to protect the archive.
An incorrect file number was entered when selecting an archive to restore from backup.
User failed to provide a password when restoring an archive.
An error occurred while trying to decrypt the web.config files of an archive during a restore operation. This is normally caused when an incorrect password is provided.
The directory D:\SecureAuth\SecureAuth0 is not present on this SecureAuth IdP Appliance. The SecureAuth0 directory contains files necessary for the restore process. The restore has been aborted.
An archive selected for restore was determined to be corrupt and is no longer usable. Try restoring from another backup.
There is insufficient space to perform a full backup. Try freeing up space on the applicable volume.
A certificate was not able to be archived due to the private key being marked as non-exportable.
A certificate failed to install during a restore operation.
The specified archive directory in sabackupconfig.ini does not exist and can't be used. The entry should be updated to a directory which exists.
The specified temp directory in sabackupconfig.ini does not exist and can't be used. The entry should be updated to a directory which exists.
The SecureAuth version you are trying to restore from is newer than the version on this appliance. Newer web.config files will not work with older versions of the product.
During restore one or more files in the archive did not validate properly against the SHA-256 hash. Try restoring from another backup.
The SecureAuth version you are trying to restore from is not compatible with the license file on this appliance.
An error occurred while granting read privileges to the private key of a certificate during restore.
An error occurred while trying to apply the Authenticated Users privilege to NetFrameworkConfigurationKey.
Unable to update the SecureAuth0Pool configuration. Please run the RefreshSecureAuth0 script located at D:\MFCApp_Bin\Extras\RefreshSecureAuth0.bat to complete the restore process.
The SecureAuth Backup Tool requires .Net 4.5 or greater to run. .Net Framework 4.5 was not detected on this SecureAuth IdP Appliance.
The SecureAuth Backup Tool does not support Microsoft Windows Server 2003.
The SecureAuth Backup tool has not been run from the correct location (D:\MFCApp_Bin\Extras). Review the documentation for this tool and then try running it again. The documentation can be found at https://docs.secureauth.com/x/VICIAQ