Advanced Settings for Virtual Appliances

Advanced Settings for Virtual Appliances

The Lumu Virtual Appliance (VA) allows for full visibility into the compromises inside your network and is available for the most commom hypervisors. This document lists and describes procedures for managing advanced settings and troubleshooting for Virtual Appliances.

For more details about managing the appliance in the Lumu Portal, consult Manage Virtual Appliances and Collectors.

Reset a Virtual Appliance's Password

To reset a VA password, use the Linux command passwd , then inform the current password and the new password.
Reseting the Lumu VA password

Check Virtual Appliance Version

You can check the current version of the virtual appliance from both appliance and from the Lumu Portal. To check the current version of the virtual appliance using the following command:
lumu-appliance -v

To check the appliance version in the Lumu Portal, go to: Collectors > Virtual Appliances and clicking in the VA to view its configuration details:
Check the Lumu VA version on Lumu Portal

Be aware that some appliance information takes about 5 minutes after activation to be updated on the Lumu portal.
For more information on how to upgrade the Lumu VA, consult Upgrade Virtual Appliances.
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