This app is not officially supported by Splunk Support. If you have a current Splunk Enterprise Support entitlement, Splunk will provide best-effort support for cases involving this app directly, but such cases will not be subject to the Splunk Enterprise Support SLA.
A quick 5:32 minute video detailing some use cases for this app can be found here.
This app is designed to provide comprehensive data collection and field extraction for Dropbox for Business and a set of dashboards covering sharing, device, application, and security activity. The data collection includes the following coverage from the DfB REST API:
In addition, this App is CIM-compliant: it leverages both the Authentication and Change Analysis Data Models.
Note: the Dropbox for Business admin account is used to authorize the Splunk App for Dropbox for Business and generate the OAuthe 2.0 access token. The Dropbox for Business admin account credentials are not stored on the Splunk instance.
Minor update for changed Dropbox authorization flow.
Bug fix for Windows platforms
- File and Folder metadata is now collected. Refer to the setup instructions within the app for more information.
- Removed dependency on search macros to enable support for Splunk clusters.
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