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Security Explorer provides a single, intuitive console with the ability to manage security on multiple platforms, simplifying and centralizing security management across the enterprise.Manage security on NTFS volumes, file shares, registry keys and printers. Also allows for managing account settings such as resetting passwords on services and tasks across the network.
The Security Explorer platform provides real-time interactive management of access controls and security on Microsoft servers and workstations. Security Explorer gives the IT professional the power to manage, search, duplicate, backup and recover permissions and security across the network from a single centralized console.
Security Explorer overcomes the difficulties encountered when using native tools to manage security. Backup, restore, search, grant, revoke, clone and export functions take management of permissions to new levels. Tasks that were previously either impossible or extremely difficult are now as simple as Point, Click, Done!
Desktop Authority comprehensively manages the Windows desktop throughout the desktop lifecycle, reducing the total cost of desktop and application ownership by enabling administrators to proactively manage, inventory, secure and support desktops from a central location.
With Desktop Authority, you can eliminate logon scripting so you can manage printer deployments, Registry values, drive mappings, application deployment and more from one centralized console.
ScriptLogic Secure Copy automates data migration and replication between Windows NT/2000/2003 servers without agents or scripts while maintaining the NTFS file permissions and other security information associated with the data.
Data Replication. Secure Copy speeds up the data replication process between locations or onto back-up servers as a preparation for disaster recovery, and ensures that security on backup file servers is identical to that on the primary file server.
Patch Authority Ultimate, ScriptLogic’s enterprise-class patch management solution, prevents attacks and exploits through centralized control of updates on all Windows desktops and servers. Patch Authority Ultimate’s interface and feature set deploys the latest patches in a few simple steps to all desktop and servers, local and remote.
The main purpose of Active Directory is to provide central authentication and authorization services. Active Directory has native tools for basic administration, but, lack enterprise-class management capabilities that give administrators the ability to view, audit and report on the ever-changing state of their Active Directory infrastructure.
Active Administrator is an Active Directory management and auditing solution that takes over where the management tools supplied with Windows leave off. Active Administrator, the Active Directory solution from ScriptLogic provides administrators the ability to establish, view and enforce delegated security throughout Active Directory management, perform Group Policy management including Group Policy reporting and Resultant Set of Policies (RSoP) as well as auditing and reporting of changes within Active Directory.
Desktop Authority, a desktop management tool for Windows-based networks, significantly reducing the total cost of desktop and application ownership by enabling administrators to proactively secure, manage, support and inventory desktops and applications from a central location. Desktop Authority specifically caters to the needs of Terminal Services environments by dynamically configuring every aspect of the user’s environment according to what device the user has, where they are, how they are connecting into the network, whether they log in to a fat client or through a Terminal Server and so on…. This is all possible thanks to our patented Validation Logic technology, which allows administrators to determine which configuration settings are applied based on a wide range of criteria. By configuring the entire desktop, and not just deploying applications, Desktop Authority creates a working environment where the user enjoys a consistent desktop, no matter where they are, or which Terminal Server they are on.
Desktop Authority manages the Windows desktop throughout the desktop lifecycle, reducing the total cost of desktop and application ownership by enabling administrators to proactively manage, inventory, secure and support desktops from a central location.
Desktop Authority centralizes control over the desktop, combining into one solution the functionality usually achieved with a combination of logon scripting, group policies, user profiles, and a variety of security solutions. By integrating configuration, inventory, reporting, patch management, anti-spyware, device lockdown, power management and remote management into a single solution, administrators can efficiently and effectively manage the desktop environment from one console, lowering the total cost of desktop ownership.
The Enterprise Security Reporter platform features agent-less, fast, comprehensive discovery and reporting solutions for file security, group memberships, Active Directory, printers, file shares and other security settings on Windows and SharePoint servers. Enterprise Security Reporter is essential for administrators burdened with compliance reporting and security audits, automating reporting and simplifying analysis.
Enterprise Security Reporter provides a reporting and auditing solution for corporate data stored on a file share, or in a SharePoint site. Easily discover necessary security information, run reports, create custom reports and conduct ad-hoc queries across the entire organization.
Best practices for client security requires administrators to run users with the least privileges necessary to get their jobs done. But some applications, ActiveX controls, and application updaters require administrator rights, preventing least privilege user practices. Native tools lack application level granularity.
If one application needs administrative rights, you have to run the user as an administrator. Privilege Authority provides the granularity native tools lack. Now, run users with the least privileges possible, and elevate applications and ActiveX controls only when needed.