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Monitoring and analyzing changes in Active Directory is one of the major challenges, faced by any IT Administrator. User Reports from ADManager Plus give complete insight of the Windows Active Directory domain, having multiple Organizational units and numerous users.
AD Audit can be an effective tool that can help you meet your Compliance Audit Requirements. A whole set of must have reports can be generated and can be used as a key resource for facing Compliance Audits.
The types of reports that AD Audit can provide are as follows:
General User Reports:
Under General User Reports, the All Users report gives detailed information on all the users within the selected domain. The history of the users' Recent Updates can be checked from Recently Created Users Report, Recently Deleted Users Report and Recently Modified Users Report, Users with blank passwords.
User Account Status Reports:
User account status report extracts details of disabled users, locked out users and user account expiry information. Reports on Account Expired Users, recently account expired users, user accounts that are soon to get expired, and those users whose accounts will never be expired can be maintained from active directory user report set.Logon Failure report:
Over time, user and computer accounts become obsolete and needs elimination. Our Audit helps you to trace out all inactive, disabled, account-expired users and computers in Active Directory.
Active Directory Policy Reports:
The AD Audit Policy Reports enables the administrators to view Active Directory policies and the GPOs with their linked Active Directory objects. View the password policies, such as Maximum Password Age, Minimum Password Age, Maximum Password Length and Complexity. Report to view the details of the account lockout polices, such as Lockout Duration and Lockout Threshold
Active Directory Security Reports:
The AD Audit Security Reports enables the administrators to view and analyze the permissions over the objects. This helps in security assessment of the Windows network infrastructure. Report to identify the objects where a specific user has access. Report to identify objects whose permissions are blocked from being inherited by its child objects.
What platforms/vendors/technologies does it support ?
Platforms: Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 7.
Windows Server 2000, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2
Technologies: Microsoft Active Directory only.
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OU (Orginiztional Units)