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Guide: Active Administrator
Active Directory becomes very complex to manage in Windows networks. Administrators leave, users are given elevated privileges, applications require special accounts - very soon you have an Active Directory full of security weaknesses.
Guide: Secure Copy
Getting data moved over to a new server is more than merely copying the most recent files and folders to that machine. File security, permissions, shared folders and local groups facilitating access need to be maintained.
Guide: Patch Authority Ultimate
With exploits for known vulnerabilities unleashed on the Internet within as little as 5 days from the release of new patches from Microsoft, it is imperative your desktops and servers be regularly updated to keep them safe from attack.
Guide: Enterprise Security Reporter
In large networks, the sheer number of permission settings makes it almost impossible to gain a clear overview of overall security, and checking that all those permission are in compliance with corporate and regulatory standards is a Herculean task.
Guide: Enterprise Security Reporter for SharePoint
With more and more sensitive data moving from file servers to SharePoint sites, it's important to keep a close eye on what users can access documents, what users have permissions to change the SharePoint sites, and what documents are getting modified.
Guide: Desktop Authority
Desktop Authority comprehensively manages the Windows desktop throughout the desktop lifecycle, reducing the total cost of desktop and application ownership.