Manage All Your Permissions from One Location
Bring all of your organization’s access management–NTFS, registry, printers, services, task management, SharePoint, SQL Server and Exchange–into a single location with Security Explorer. You no longer need to open a dozen file explorer windows to set up permissions for new users. Security Explorer also enhances the management of Windows Server 2012 Dynamic Access Control by allowing you to add, remove, modify, back up, restore, copy and paste permissions that include conditional expressions.
Meeting and maintaining compliance is easier when all of your organization’s access permissions live in one place. Discover, manage and restore access to resources with just a few clicks.
Track Disabled Accounts
Search for, report on and manage the permissions granted to the disabled accounts in your environment. Quickly determine if a disabled account can be deleted or if it retains necessary permissions.
“Just give him the same permissions as that other guy” is one of the most common security management tasks, and it’s no problem with Security Explorer’s clone feature. You can clone permissions and group membership settings from one account to another across Windows file servers, Exchange Servers, SharePoint Servers, SQL Servers and more.
Segment Management for Different Areas of Responsibility
If your IT organization is segmented to give administrators very specific areas of responsibility, use role-based access management to enable management for segmented and accountable permissions for different Microsoft technologies. For example, you can set up Security Explorer so that the IT administrators who handle only Microsoft Exchange see only the Security Explorer Exchange module.
Manage Dynamic Access Control from a Windows 7 Client
When a workstation is part of the Windows Server 2012 domain, you can use Security Explorer to add, back up, restore, copy and paste permissions that include conditional expressions from a Windows 7 client.
Save Time Managing Conditional Expressions
Conditional Expressions in Windows Server 2012 can take a while to configure and build. Security Explorer saves you time by allowing you to copy, paste, load and save Conditional Expressions.