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By following these steps, you create a user account for Expel which keeps Expel activity separate from other activity on the Wazuh console.

Note

This guide is for on-premises installations of Wazuh. For cloud installations, see the Wazuh cloud article.

Step 1: Create an account in Elasticsearch

  1. Open the Elasticsearch console and select Stack Management from the Management menu.

  2. Select Users and click Create user.

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    • For Username type expel_svc.

    • Set the Password.

    • For Full name type Expel Service Account.

    • For Email type soc+<Your_Organization_Name>@expel.io.

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    • For Roles select kibana_admin.

  3. Click Create user.

Note

Note the Elasticsearch server address and port number (the default port is 9200) for later use.

Step 2: Configure the technology in Workbench

  1. In a new browser tab, login to https://workbench.expel.io.

  2. On the console page, navigate to Settings and click Security Devices.

  3. At the top right of the page, click Add Security Device.

  4. Search for and select Wazuh.

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  5. Enter your user credentials as follows:

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    • For Where is your device? select On-prem.

    • For Assembler select <?>.

    • For Name and Location enter Wazuh and <?>.

    • For Username and Password enter the username and password created in Step 1.

    • For Server address enter the server address with the port number.

    • For Is this a Wazuh cloud instance? enter <?>.