Reporting




What Makes the Reporting Function So Important?

The only way to significantly reduce (or eliminate) the risk of data abuse is to know and keep track of who has access to critical data at any given time and who requested, approved or implemented any type of change. This is why tenfold keeps detailed records of users and their privileges. These history logs are available in the form of reports and can be retrieved through additional functions also comprised in tenfold. The reporting feature is a valuable asset in adhering to compliance guidelines and for excelling in audits.



Advantages (CIOs, CISOs, IT Managers)

  • Compliance policies are met because privilege changes are recorded correctly

  • Elimination of faulty group structures improves data security

Advantages (IT Admins & Infrastructure)

  • Attain better understanding of Active Directory groups

  • View effective file server, SharePoint and Exchange privileges

  • Changes are presented in a clear and structured format




Reporting Online and Offline

With tenfold, you can produce concise reports which are made available both online and offline (PDF, Excel sheets) in a matter of seconds. Reports cover two main areas, both of which can be customized individually. You can set the reports to show both the current status of privileges in your company as well as historical data.

Who Has Access to [Resource] ?

Who has what type of access (Read, Modify, Full control, etc.) to which folder? The report function also breaks down in what way the user is authorized, i.e. whether he/she has a direct permission or whether access has been granted via group membership.

What Does [User] Have Access To?

What rights does a particular user have? This report includes direct & indirect AD groups, all file server permissions (direct and via groups), Exchange and SharePoint privileges and all other applications such as SAP. Reports also encompass permissions for third-party systems connected via the Generic Connector or scripting.

Screenshot of the IAM software tenfold's user interface, showing various aspects of reporting. Permission reporting.
Screenshot of the IAM software tenfold's user interface, showing various aspects of reporting. Permission reporting.

tenfold Auditor Compiles Changes Into Categories

tenfold’s auditor provides a clear overview of what changes have been made to which objects. The report is arranged by categories (e.g. Active Directory > Users > Users created) and days. You can tell right away how many changes were made on what day and in which category. For details as to what exactly the changes encompass, use the drill-down-function.

Screenshot of the IAM software tenfold's user interface, showing various aspects of reporting. Permission reporting.

Reporting on Changes That Were Made Externally

The Auditor’s reports also list changes that were not implemented via the workflows set in tenfold (as is normally recommended), but were made directly inside the target system. For this reason, tenfold regularly synchronizes with the connected target systems to identify discrepancies in the user and permission data.

tenfold Pathfinder for Breaking Down Active Directory Structure

The tenfold Pathfinder illustrates relationships between users and groups in the Active Directory graphically, allowing you to click your way through and understand even the most complex nested AD groups, without much effort. Forget those time-consuming Windows dialogues. With tenfold‘s Pathfinder, you can easily navigate back and forth between users and groups. You can launch the Pathfinder directly in tenfold from any Active Directory object on the interface.

Screenshot of the IAM software tenfold's user interface, showing various aspects of reporting. Permission reporting.


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