The Active Directory security Reports enable administrators to view and analyze the permissions over AD objects. This in turn helps in the detailed security assessment of your Windows network infrastructure. Unlike native AD tools or PowerShell, ADManager Plus provides the following out-of-the-box security reports which you can also export automatically or as and when needed for easy, hassle-free reporting:
Report to determine the Active Directory objects where a specific user has complete control. This web-based Active Directory management and reporting tool offers a free download of the trial version that allows you to try out all its pre-built reports including the security reports.
Report to identify the objects whose permissions are blocked from being inherited by its child objects.
Active Directory reports to assist you for compliance to Government Regulatory Acts like SOX, HIPAA, GLBA, PCI, USA PATRIOT...and much more! Make your organization compliance-perfect!
Reset password and set password propertied from a single web-based console, without compromising on the security of your AD! Delegate your password-reset powers to the helpdesk technicians too!
Configure Active Directory Terminal Services attributes from a much simpler interface than AD native tools. Exercise complete control over technicians accessing other domain users' computers.
A mini Active Directory ticket-management and compliance toolkit right within ADManager Plus! Define a rigid yet flexible constitution for every task in your AD. Tighten the reins of your AD Security.
Get rid of the inactive, obsolete and unwanted objects in your Active Directory to make it more secure and efficient...assisted by ADManager Plus's AD Cleanup capabilities.
A complete automation of AD critical tasks such as user provisioning, inactive-user clean up etc. Also lets you sequence and execute follow-up tasks and blends with workflow to offer a brilliant controlled-automation.
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