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Windows File Server Auditing encourages administrators with 50+ web-based Search Attributes based on 10+ Pre-Configured Reports, displayed as easy to understand Graphs and Tables to aide in quicker computer forensics, Network Security and Compliance!
Find answers to the vital 4W's - 'Who effected what change in File Server, when and from where'. The 'Quick Search' option helps narrow the search by allowing you to enter known Attribute details for better pinpointing. With respect to tracking Windows File Server modifications - Creation/Modification/Deletion, the below Reports shed light on the 'Windows File Server Events'
File Server Access Permissions form the backbone of Windows File Server's existence as a location for shared disk access. Access Permissions for Files / Folders / Shares make way for further modifications of the crucial Windows File Server components. Once an unauthorized entry is made, this asks for an immediate thought and the Reports point to a solution!
Keep track of the access/modifications to business-critical files with this Report. From the file permissions to the folder permissions to the modifications to a file! It's time you know-it-all on network 'File/Folder, Shares & Permission' modifications! Know the File / Folder creator and who-gave-whom logon permissions, since being an owner of a File / Folder gives the right to give permissions to the particular File / Folder.
Sometimes the Securing forces need Security! Track the 'discretionary' and 'system access control list' modifications with detailed attributes, crucial amongst them in the Report are the New & Original Security Descriptor Values! Audit the security settings and arrest the 'owners of Permission change'. Being an 'Administrators only' function, know who-wanted-to-access this function as repeated attempts might help you to identify a pattern and thwart the possible data destruction!
With ManageEngine ADAudit Plus- Windows File Server Auditing, Tracking the Modifications & Access Permissions leaves the 'Who-Did-it' with no other way out than, having his happy merry-go-round in the Enterprise Network Environment come to a grinding halt!