Getting Started With Identity Finder on Windows

Getting Started With Identity Finder on Windows

  1. To begin, open the Start Menu at the bottom left corner of the screen. Navigate to the "All Programs" folder. Locate the “Identity Finder” folder. Open the Identity Finder application.

    Image Showing Where to Launch Identity Finder

  2. If this is your first time running Identity Finder, you will be prompted to set a password. This password is the same one you will use every time you run Identity Finder. It also protects access to any passwords or files you decide to store in the vault, so it should be a strong password that you can remember. If you forget your password, THERE IS NO WAY FOR SUPPORT TO RECOVER THIS PASSWORD. If you have already set a password simply enter your password and click "OK".

    Image Showing How to Setup Up a Password for Identity Finder

    1. Image Showing the Profile Password Set Confirmation Window
  3. If this is your first time running Identity Finder, the Identity Finder Search Wizard will ask how you would like to proceed. Select “Open Advanced Interface”.

    Image Showing how to Open the Advanced Interface for Identity Finder

  4. You will be asked if you would like to skip the Search Wizard dialogue box in the future. The options from the dialogue box are all features you can access in the Advanced Interface.

    Image Showing the Identity Finder Box That Allows you to Skip the Wizard in the Future

  5. Now you are ready to utilize Identity Finder. We recommend that you start by running a scan to search for PSI.
Using Identity Finder to Scan for PSI on a Windows Machine

Evaluate Identity Finder Scan Results in the Identity Finder Client on Windows

Evaluate Identity Finder Scan Results from the .csv Report Sent by the Management Console on Windows



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