for Change and Access Auditing, Systems Management
and Identity Management
Be notified of changes and access attempts automatically, every day. Reviewing user
activity is as simple as opening your email.
Monitor user activity across multiple critical systems, including Active Directory, Group Policy, file servers, Windows
Server, Exchange, Office 365 and SQL Server and more.
Receive daily reports on changes to AD users, groups, group membership, organizational units, permissions, GPO links and various policies; successful and failed logons.
Monitor all changes made in your Azure AD and keep track of both successful and failed attempts to access your cloud directory and its applications.
Stay on top of changes to mailboxes, Exchange role groups, mailbox databases and Exchange configuration; non-owner mailbox access events, both on-premises and in the cloud.
Stay updated on changes to files, folders, shares, and permissions; successful and failed access attempts.
Get daily summaries about activity on your Dell EMC storage devices, including changes to files, folders, shares and permissions, and successful and failed data access attempts.
Stay current on changes to the files, folders, shares and permissions on your NetApp filers, as well as all successful and failed attempts to access the data stored there.
Stay informed about changes to farm configuration, groups, permissions and user content, as well as document reads, both on-premises and in the cloud.
Get visibility into changes made to database objects, roles and permissions, and about successful and failed attempts to access production databases and structured data.
Track changes to SQL instance configuration; database creations and deletions; changes to database users, roles and schemas; data manipulations; successful and failed logons.
Keep track of changes to Windows Server configuration, including installed software and hardware, local security settings, and registry settings.
Monitors network devices for configuration changes, scanning threats, hardware failures and brings visibility into both successful and failed attempt to log on to network devices or gain VPN access to the network.
Identifies the root cause of each account lockout so you can quickly solve the issue and restore critical services.
Change passwords in bulk across a domain, a subset of computers or your local machine.
Report on accounts that have been inactive for a specified
number of days.
Make sure that employees’ permissions correspond to their roles in your organization by checking who has permissions to what in Active Directory and file shares.
Be alerted in real time via email when disk space falls below certain thresholds on one or more of your servers.
Collect and get alerts and reports on events from the Windows servers across your network.