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I would like to get a report that can give me the last modified date done on a Domain group for example an AD Security Group who members were added/removed and the date.
I am using Enterprise Reporter on active directory users creating a report to find out who creates user accounts. For example, testUser1 was created on (Date) by user account (JSmith1). I was looking through the Field list in the report definition...
I am looking into a customer request (Iron Mountain) for a report which would enumerate all direct and indirect subordinates to an AD user to the bottom most level. Their use case is primarily centered around constructing and altering distribution lists...
I need to find if a specific group have access on any folder on my file server.
What is the better Report to do that?
thanks for help me
I would like to get a report that can give me the last change done by a user (UserID) for example an AD Security Group identify who was the last person to add or remove a member.
I have set the discovery for AD to collect group nestings as needed -but I need to make a report now for it.
Required fields Domain and Group name to input to report nested information on.
Domain name, Group name, OU path to group, domain...
The Report: User Password Information, can show the users with weak passwords?.
Or ER can do something like that?.
I am trying to show dispaly name attribute in report NTFS - Folder permssion with membership, instead of Account Name.
I was able to select Display Name attribute under available filelds, but I don't know how to modify the layout of the report...
We love ER for the installed software reports. Does ER also show the new modern Store apps that come via the Microsoft Store (also called "click to run apps").
we are scanning NTFS discoveries over DFS namespaces.
Our issue is that part of DFS namespace is folder INTL where are links to existing namespaces.
How to exclude folder INTL from scan?
I tried to use global exclude *...