The intuitive tenfold auditor will give you a clear breakdown and overview (with drill-down function) of which changes were made to objects and on what day. It also recognizes changes not made via tenfold.
The tenfold Essentials Edition monitors only objects in the Active Directory and on file servers. The tenfold Essentials Plus Edition additionally monitors objects in Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft SharePoint. Those who opt for the tenfold Enterprise Edition will be given a more detailed breakdown of changes made to application permissions. The tenfold auditor makes it easier to retrace and understand any changes made.
Documenting File Server Permissions
tenfold allows you to generate evaluation diagrams (e.g. for file servers), both online and offline (.pdf, Excel), in a matter of seconds:
- Access to folders on file servers (or mailbox folders in the Exchange server or objects in the SharePoint server): groups are broken down automatically and represented in a schematic diagram. Changes to subfolders (like additional permissions, broken inheritance) can be identified immediately. Any changes to permissions can be viewed within the chronological history sequence. tenfold is a program that allows you to document file server permissions in a simple and straight-forward manner, using only a few mouse-clicks.
- User access: all access options a user may have, regardless of whether these are set directly on systems or through permission groups, are displayed and broken down on an object-level and on permission-level.
- tenfold allows you to visualize any permission changes to users or resources in the chronological history sequence.
- Access to data history for evaluations.
Pathfinder for Active Directory
The Pathfinder allows you to view diagrams of nested groups in the Active Directory. This helps you to maintain a better overview of the permission situation and leads to a higher level of data security because falsely assigned permission can be identified immediately from the diagram. The Pathfinder can be launched directly in tenfold by any Active Directory object in the interface.
Oftentimes, we come across Active Directories that are left in a disastrous state, mostly as a result of certain grown company structures. The administrator dashboard will help you to obtain a quick overview of the situation and any possible problems, like unused accounts, orphaned SIDs, empty groups, etc.