Windows file Server Management tools
Web-Based Reporting with 'Quick Search' option helps narrow the search by allowing you to enter known Attribute details for better management. Reports can be Scheduled and Emailed to recipients. Web-Based Report generation just got more personal with Filter-Based Event Tracking Reports!
Earmarked for an Administrator are comprehensive listings of critical events, painstaking detailed and packaged into 'Intelligent Reports', wherein the audit reports are displayed as easy to understand Graphs and Tables. The below defined Reports are self-explanatorily titled and are a delight to work on, en route to Compliance and to Secure & be Vigil on Enterprise Network Security!
How easy can it get than this? Solve the Who-Did-It Maze with an aerial overview monitoring with the 50+ Search Attributes.
10+ Pre-Configured Reports
'All audit Reports Lead to a Definite Conclusion' with the broadest of Windows File Server Event scrutiny tools in the 10+ Pre-Configured Reports- taking into account the events are presented as easy-to-understand comprehensive graphical display reports.
Track the A-Z of 'File' Read/Write/Access/Modifications with Reports traversing authorized changes to unauthorized changes!
File Server Based Reports
Narrow the tracking of modifications to a particular File Server, saving you time and resources!
User Based Reports
'Tagged' a user or for a specific Compliance purpose, be it what may! You will know a user's File Server actions in easy to understand Reports and Tables!
Audit File Servers based on the Domain of your choice, and choose from the numerous Audit Reports at your perusal.
The most critical File/Folders monitoring can be classified under 'My Reports'.
Instant Alerts- Windows File Server Events
Real-Time On-screen Alerts and instant emailing of Alerts to your inbox!
For the 'Distinguished' Files / Folders, Shares & Permissions; abusing it with unauthorized access would warrant an instant alert for immediate ceasefire to the 'unauthorized war' on File Servers, except here there is nothing formal in the ceasefire, except the trail left behind and the opportunity to act swift for better recoverability on assessing the damage.
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Windows xp and server: user profiles...by freeagent007
One question: after i log onto the server domain in my windows 2003 server from my own PC (windows xp pro),How should i carry my old setting over to the new account?
Previously, some said as below, but I found that user profile is not copi-able. it is greyed. Please help.
The XP way. One of many ways < markupacreek > 02/05 15:00:18
Join the domain. Logon with your new domain account. (This will create a profile for the domain login on your computer.) Logout and log back on with a different account with administrative rights
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