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Network administrators maintain NTFS share permissions and folder permissions viz. access control lists (ACL), permission inheritance and audits for file level security. Administrators face a huge challenge over the maintenance of their computers in the face of constantly evolving security threats. Companies need to be aware of attacks by malicious or unauthorized access to NTFS which could lead to corruption, misallocation or loss of files in the system. For this Administrators should have reports of access permissions, their inheritance and other parameters, as well as be able to drill down to details. Besides importance and complexity of this task, the difficulty in using native AD tools and PowerShell adds to the administrator woes.
ADManager Plus generates and also exports reports on access permissions of all NTFS folders as well as files and their properties in easily understandable formats that gives administrator a clear insight into file-level security settings in his environment.
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