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ADManager Plus, a web-based Active Directory (AD) management and reporting solution, combines the capabilities of an end-to-end identity management solution and file server permissions management software into a single console. With ADManager Plus, you can manage the access permissions of multiple folders and files at once, or granularly assign permissions for individual files and folders.
Leave no room for misuse or tampering of data with disciplined, accurate management of permissions. Modify or remove NTFS and share permissions in just a few easy clicks.
Set or modify NTFS permissions
Specify the access rights that users have on network files and folders. Set the access level or folder level at which accounts can exercise the given permissions.
How to set NTFS permissions using ADManager Plus.
Specify the type of permissions that user accounts have on a shared resource. Define the folder level at which the accounts have the designated permissions.
Revoke the NTFS and share permissions that have already been assigned to users for specific folders and files.
Provide access to critical resources only when a request for access is raised. Revoke the permissions once the task is completed.
Just enough permissions:
Do not assign file or shared folder permissions to everyone. Giving users access to everything is a bad practice, especially in the case of permissions. Provide only the required type and level of resource access to accounts to prevent insider attacks and misuse of permissions.
Bulk administration of permissions:
Instead of assigning the same permissions to the same user account for multiple folders one after the other, perform bulk administration of permissions. Assign permissions for multiple folders to multiple user accounts at once with ADManager Plus.
Time-based permissions management:
To ensure data security, set a time limit after which the assigned permissions must be automatically revoked.
The access to files for users, groups, or applications is regulated by NTFS file permissions, comprising reading, modifying, and executing files. There are five types of NTFS file permissions.
|NTFS file permission||Allowed access|
|Read||Users or groups can read file and view attributes, ownership, and permissions.|
|Write||Users or groups can overwrite, change attributes and rename files.|
|Read & Execute||Users or groups can run the application and perform all duties allowed by the Read permission.|
|Modify||Users or groups can modify, delete, and perform all actions allowed by NTFS permissions.|
|Full Control||Users or groups can modify file permissions, take ownership, and perform permitted actions.|
NTFS permissions and share permissions are two distinct sets of permissions used in Windows operating systems to control access to files and folders. Here are five points explaining the differences between NTFS permissions and share permissions:
ADManager Plus offers these GUI-based reports to eliminate the need to struggle with complicated options like PowerShell scripts to query Active Directory. The following are the NTFS share and folder permissions reports that can be generated and also exported to XLS, CSV, PDF, HTML, and CSVDE formats.
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