Active Directory Change Notifications (Real-time Alerts)
Without quick action, inappropriate or harmful Active Directory modifications can put your organization and sensitive data at risk potentially creating legal liabilities and causing financial damage. Without Active Directory change notification for instant awareness over restricted and sensitive resources, a security breach in these areas can be especially devastating. The longer an inappropriate or harmful change goes undetected or unreported, the more likely it may have lasting negative business impact.
Active Directory Change Reporter solves this problem by eliminating the delay in the form of a real-time alert feature that activates when selected Active Directory changes are detected. These real-time alerts are customizable to specific selectable criteria, allowing the administrator to quickly neutralize risks. Alerts are sent by e-mail and/or SMS immediately after a change is detected.
Real-time alerting is also capable of subscribing selected recipients to receive instant e-mail and/or SMS alerts when designated changes in Active Directory are made. For example, if the membership of an important security group changes, the IT manager and a representative from the legal department and an IT security mailbox can be subscribed to receive this alert.
This feature allows each IT group or administrator to distribute real-time awareness to suit a variety of devices and scenarios as well as maintain an audit trail. Alert notification text can be customized and notification templates include "who", "what", "when", "where" fields as well as "before" and "after" values for each alert. Adding real-time alerting to Active Directory changes can significantly reduce exposure to financial, regulatory, security and system stability risks.
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I´ve enjoyed the Active Directory Change Reporter and you guys keep improving it, so it just keeps getting better. You guys create additions to Microsoft products that are so essential, it´s kind of amazing to me they aren´t in there already. /Shay Wilson, Network Administrator of the Alaska State Legislature IT Department/