Monitoring Microsoft Office 365 Behind a Proxy Server

This document describes the process by which OpenLM Server monitors the Microsoft Office 365 License behind a proxy server.

 

Requirements #

OpenLM Server version 21.9 installed on a machine in your organization.

Monitoring Capabilities and Features #

The monitoring capabilities available for Microsoft Office 365 are as follows:

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Required Proxy Settings in OpenLM appsettings.json File #

In order to monitor the Microsoft Office 365 License behind a proxy server, specific proxy settings are to be defined in the OpenLM appsettings.json file to communicate through the proxy server. The following table provides the required proxy settings in the OpenLM appsettings.json file under the Proxy Settings section:

 

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Proxy Settings:

Description: Proxy with the user credentials – username and password.

“Proxy”: {

“UseProxy”: true,

“ProxyUrl”: “http://10.0.0.140:3128”,

“ByPassProxyOnLocal”: false,

“UseCredentials”: true,

“UseDefaultCredentials”: false,

“UseDefaultWebProxy”: false,

“UserName”: “openlm”,

“Password”: “b3Blbmxt” (The password should be base 64 encoded text of OpenLM).

},

Description: Proxy without username and password.

“Proxy”: {

“UseProxy”: true,

“ProxyUrl”: “http://10.0.0.140:3128”,

“ByPassProxyOnLocal”: false,

“UseCredentials”: true,

“UseDefaultCredentials”: false,

“UseDefaultWebProxy”: false,

“UserName”: “”,

“Password”: “”

},

Description : The following proxy doesn’t need the username and password for communication to the destination.

“Proxy”: {

“UseProxy”: true,

“ProxyUrl”: “http://10.0.0.140:3128”,

“ByPassProxyOnLocal”: false,

“UseCredentials”: false,

“UseDefaultCredentials”: false,

“UseDefaultWebProxy”: false,

“UserName”: “”,

“Password”: “”

},

Description : If the settings for UseProxy is set to false, all other provided values will be ignored.

“Proxy”: {

“UseProxy”: false,

“ProxyUrl”: “http://10.0.0.140:3128”,

“ByPassProxyOnLocal”: false,

“UseCredentials”: true,

“UseDefaultCredentials”: false,

“UseDefaultWebProxy”: false,

“UserName”: “openlm”,

“Password”: “b3Blbmxt”

},

 

Adding the Office 365 License Manager Server #

To add the Office 365 license manager under the License Manager Servers tab in the OpenLM EasyAdmin User Interface:

  1. Click Start>Administration>License Manager Servers.

  2. Click LM Servers, and select Add LM.

  3. In the Display Name, enter the unique name to identify the License Manager Server.
  4. In the LM address, enter the Office 365 License Manager URL / address.
  5. In the Username field, enter the Username.
  6. In the Password field, enter the Password.
  7. In the Timezone field, from the dropdown, select the time zone of the License Manager Server.
  8. Click Enabled to enable or disable the license server monitoring.
  9. Click the Save button to save the information.

To configure access permissions, click the Set Access Permission button (optional).

 

 

How to Verify Your Office 365 Configuration #

To verify that the configured Office 365 license manager – server appears in the server list, a green checkmark indicates that OpenLM is successfully monitoring the Office 365 license manager server.

On EasyAdmin, go to Start Widgets License Manager – Servers.

The added Office 365 license manager – server will appear in the server list, as shown in the image below.

In case you are unable to view the Office 365 license manager server in the License Manager – Servers screen, click the Refresh icon available on the License Manager – Servers screen. The added license manager server will appear in the server list.

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