Who is this article for?
Incydr Professional, Enterprise, Gov F2, and Horizon, no.
Incydr Basic, Advanced, and Gov F1, yes.
CrashPlan Cloud, no.
Retired product plans, no.
CrashPlan for Small Business, no.
After upgrading from an on-premises authority server to the Code42 cloud, you'll notice some changes in the Code42 console. This article describes the differences in the Code42 console between the two deployment models.
How to access the Code42 console
To access the Code42 console, use a supported web browser to visit one of the following URLs:
Your credentials only work at one of these URLs. If you don't know the URL for your Code42 environment, contact our Customer Champions for support.
Code42 console URL console.us2.code42.com was formerly console.us2.crashplan.com.
Additional insider risk management tools
The Code42 console contains additional tools to detect and investigate insider risk. You must have certain product plans to see all the available menu options. Contact your Customer Success Manager (CSM) for assistance with product plans.
Risk Exposure dashboard
The Code42 Risk Exposure dashboard gives you an overview of unusual activity in your Code42 environment so that you can investigate further in Forensic Search.
Departing Employees list
The Departing Employees list enables you to review the file activity of employees who are leaving your organization.
High Risk Employees list
The High Risk Employees list enables you to review the file activity of employees whose activity shows a high risk of file exfiltration or loss to your organization
Cases helps you manage and respond to investigations with tools that collect, organize, and retain user file activity.
Forensic Search provides detailed visibility about files on user devices, including files not selected for backup. Forensic Search enables you to search file metadata to gain a clearer understanding of file activity throughout the organization.
Upgrades and maintenance
Upgrades and maintenance for your Code42 console and Code42 apps happen automatically during the scheduled maintenance and release windows. You can manage Code42 app updates in Administration > Client Management > Updates. For more helpful resources about releases and maintenance to the Code42 cloud, see:
Many of the configuration options and settings that appeared under Administration > Settings in your on-premises authority server no longer apply in your Code42 cloud environment. However, you can still configure Device Backup Default Settings like backup exclusions, file selections, and frequency and version settings, in organization settings.
To view and update Device Backup Default Settings in your Code42 console:
- Go to Administration > Environment > Organizations.
- Select an organization.
- Click the action menu.
- Choose Device Backup Defaults.
These settings apply to that organization as well as any organization inheriting settings from it.
Improved identity management screens in the Code42 console make it easy to connect and manage authentication and authorization for Code42. Go to Administration > Integrations > Identity Management to:
- Add new authentication providers for single sign-on
- Configure provisioning: In the Code42 cloud, you now use the Code42 User Directory Sync to provision users. This feature automatically adds, creates, updates, and deactivates users in Code42 based on changes made within your directory service.
- View logs specific to authentication and authorization
Using RADIUS for user authentication is not supported in Code42 cloud environments.
More administration tools
The Code42 console contains more tools for managing your Code42 environment under Administration. You must have certain product plans to see all the available menu options. Contact your Customer Success Manager (CSM) for assistance with product plans.
Use Support Access to give Customer Champions permission to access your environment to assist in troubleshooting.
Archive Keystore enables you to store copies of users' encryption keys in your own keystore.
View the Audit Log for a record of who did what and when in your Code42 environment.
Use Data Connections to add and manage third-party applications such as cloud and email services to provide file event data to Code42.
Troubleshooting environment issues
To access Code42 app logs in Code42 cloud environments, follow the instructions at Retrieve device logs from the Code42 console.
In the past, you may have accessed the history.log or com_backup42_app.log server logs for troubleshooting environment issues like:
- Code42 console configuration changes and the user that made them
- User, organization, and device creation
In Code42 cloud environments, contact our Customer Champions for support to get this information.
Update documentation links
Documentation for the Code42 cloud is located in the cloud section of the support site. Update any bookmarked links. To get to the cloud version of an article, go to the top of the page, and click the Cloud link.