After you have successfully deployed the Block Application in your environment, you may for various reasons like to change the settings that you entered when you configured the application.
Note: All settings can be done on-the-fly so you will not need to restart the application/machine to ensure that the settings take effect.
To begin you will need to open the Block application installed on your machine, to display the dashboard that you see below.
Navigate to the top right corner of the application and click on the gear-shaped icon (see below)
In order to add/remove subnets you will need to click on the Network drop-down. Here you will be able to add subnets using CIDR notation individually, OR, you can create a text file containing one subnet in CIDR notation per line. While we accept subnets from /16 and upwards, we recommend entering subnets in /24 notation.
Active Directory (Domain Controller)
In order to add/remove your Domain Controllers, navigate to the Active Directory section of the Settings Menu. Here you can add any domain controllers that are required within the scope of the assessment. Ensure that no error messages appear when adding new domain controllers. If you're experiencing difficulty at this stage, please reach out to email@example.com!
To enter Windows credentials, navigate to the Credentials section and click on Windows Credentials. Here you will need to add an account with the required permissions, as expressed in our Technical Prework Documentation, it can be a domain/local admin account or a service account. Ensure that the application accepts the credentials as without these the application will not have the required permissions to do a proper assessment.
Office 365 Credentials
If you are looking into Office 365 data such as your Secure Score, Usage, and Activation Data you will need to provide the application with your Office 365 Global Administrator Account. Navigate to the Credentials section, and then click on Office 365 Credentials. Once you've added the GA account that you would like to use, the application will direct you to the Microsoft Sign-In page, from here, you will grant the application read-only access to your O365 Data. Please note, the Global Administrator account is ONLY used to grant the application permission to read the data that already exists on Office 365, it will not be used for any other purposes.
VMware (adding vCenter servers/standalone ESXi hosts)
If you need to add any vCenter servers or standalone ESXi hosts, you will need to navigate to the vCenter settings page. In order to do that, click on the Inventory drop-down and select VMware. Here you can individually add the IP addresses, OR you can create a text file containing one IP address per line and upload that to the application.
To enter VMware credentials, navigate to the Credentials section and click on VMware Credentials. Here you will enter the local/domain credentials for an account with access to the required permissions within the VMware environment. If it is the same as the Windows credentials you will still need to reenter them at this time.