File Server Migration: Get Your File Server Back in Shape Now!

By |2021-09-16T13:58:03+02:0007 / 07 / 2021|Active Directory|

Microsoft® Windows is to IT departments like air is to humans. Well, maybe not quite as dramatic, but you really couldn’t imagine one without the other. And using Windows inevitably means you’ll be dealing with permissions, too – and lots of them! Permissions in the Active Directory, permissions on file servers and permissions on [...]

Active Directory Permission Management Explained

By |2021-08-10T15:06:16+02:0016 / 06 / 2021|Active Directory|

Microsoft® Windows is to IT departments like yin is to yang, like whiskey to coke, like grass is to sheep. It’s a symbiosis and the existence of one without the other is almost unimaginable. But being joined at the hip doesn’t automatically make the relationship a healthy one – and the widespread use of [...]

Modify Plus: Secure NTFS Permission Endpoints

By |2021-01-22T15:56:14+01:0022 / 01 / 2021|Active Directory|

To grant users access to files and folders on Windows drives, admins can use either share permissions or NTFS permissions. NTFS (New Technology File System) is the more common method, though, as it allows a more granular approach to granting permissions. Read on to learn how to use the “Modify Plus“ option to further [...]

SAP and AD: Make the Connection With Access Management

By |2020-12-13T10:53:19+01:0003 / 12 / 2020|Active Directory|

Corporations and organizations of a certain size usually rely on some form of ERP software to optimize their business processes. The undisputed market leader in this field is the German company SAP, which currently provides over 100 solutions for various business areas. Several companies even have multiple SAP systems running concurrently. SAP is an [...]

Does it Make Sense to License tenfold Only for Parts of the AD?

By |2021-08-09T12:45:58+02:0024 / 04 / 2020|Active Directory|

tenfold allows you to manage and monitor access rights across systems automatically and always in compliance with applicable policies. But licensing tenfold only for certain parts of the Active Directory can lead to incomplete and possible faulty logs and reports. In this post, we are therefore going to lay out for you why partial [...]

tenfold Import Feature – Integrate Existing Structures

By |2021-04-12T13:36:11+02:0003 / 06 / 2019|Active Directory|

Organizations who decide to implement access management software commonly ask themselves: what to do with existing infrastructures? What can we do with file server groups that were established as part of a painstaking manual process that took forever? With tenfold, your efforts will not have been in vain because you can simply import these [...]

NTFS Permissions and Share Permissions – What’s the difference?

By |2021-08-23T17:39:05+02:0018 / 04 / 2019|Active Directory|

If several people in a company need to use the same local resources, there must be a simple and efficient way of controlling access to these resources. Commonly, this is done using share permissions and/or NTFS permissions. Both serve the purpose of protecting data and preventing unauthorized access. While they can coexist, they work in different [...]

Access-Based Enumeration and List Rights: Best Practices

By |2021-08-23T17:01:50+02:0017 / 07 / 2018|Active Directory|

Access-based Enumeration (ABE) allows objects (files, folders) on local resources to be hidden from users who do not have permission to access them. Why is this important? Take the lady in our header image, for instance. Let’s call her Ms. McNosy. If ABE is not activated, Ms. McNosy might not be able to view [...]

NTFS Permissions Best Practices: Avoid These 5 Common Mistakes!

By |2021-08-09T14:05:18+02:0016 / 01 / 2018|Active Directory|

NTFS permissions are used to control access to directories in Microsoft environments and are particularly relevant for directories that are shared over a network. Setting NTFS permissions is not overly complicated, but many administrators still slip up. Today, we are going to take a look at the five most common mistakes made when setting [...]

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