You can provision and manage security settings for multiple services through Trend Micro Cloud App Security’s (TMCAS) unified, self-service portal. To configure TMCAS settings, you need to do the following:
- Log in to TMCAS Portal from Customer Control Panel (CCP)
- Provision services
How to: Log in to TMCAS Portal from Customer Control Panel (CCP)
1) Open your Customer’s Control Panel (to learn how to do this, refer to Login to Customer Control Panel, ‘Accessing the Customer Control Panel’)
2) Select TMCAS tab (highlighted in Fig. 1)
3) The ‘Trend Micro Cloud App Security’ page opens
4) Click on the Open Console button
Note: In case clicking the Open Console button does not open the TMCAS dashboard try the following:
- Clear your browser history and
- You have assigned a service user
5) The TMCAS portal opens (Fig. 5)
About the TMCAS Portal
The TMCAS Portal has 6 main tabs: Dashboard, Advanced Threat Protection, Data Loss Prevention, Logs, Quarantine and Administration. Table 1, provides a brief description of each of these tabs. For more in-depth help refer to TMCAS’s online help documentation available here.
Table 1: Descriptions of main menu options
How to: Provision Services
Configuring security settings is done on the TMCAS Portal. Before you can begin to configure network security for various services, each service must first be provisioned.
Following is a description of the steps to provision Exchange Online, SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business.
1) Open the TMCAS portal (refer to ‘How to: Log in to TMCAS Portal from Customer Control Panel (CCP)’)
2) Click the Dashboard tab (this is usually the tab selected by default)
3) The list of services that require provisioning can be seen under the Dashboard tab
4) Place your mouse over ‘Exchange Online’
5) A message pops up
6) Click the Provision button
7) The account information pop-up opens
8) Enter the service user name and password
Note: Please use the same credentials used to log in to the Microsoft Office portal.
9) Click the Verify button
10) Verification begins
11) Once verification is successful, you can do the following
12) (optional) Tick the ‘Promote all Delegate Accounts to the Global Administrator admin role’ checkbox,
Note: If you do not wish to select the ‘Promote all Delegate Accounts to the Global Administrator admin role’, the user will be given Service Administrator status and the Global Administrator will have to log in for synchronizing SharePoint and OneDrive changes.
13) Tick the checkbox corresponding to each service you want to provision
14) Click the Submit button
15) Provisioning begins, this may take a little while
16) Click the ‘Tasks’ icon located on the top right-side
Fig. 19: Tasks icon
17) Check the status of the provisioning
18) When the services have been successfully provisioned, the status for each service will be updated
Once provisioning is complete, you can configure the network security for the services. Refer to Trend Micro’s detailed online help, you can find the link here.
You may want to know how to do one or more of the following:
- Trend Micro Cloud App Security – Starter Guide
- Opening and Understanding the TMCAS Tab in CCP
- How to: Assign Service User Global Administrator Rights
- How to: Add/Remove Service Users
- How to: Add Resources