Enterprise Reporter for Office 365 helps ensure the security of Azure AD, Exchange Online and OneDrive for Business environments by delivering visibility into users, groups, permissions, configurations, vulnerabilities, licensing and more. Detailed, customizable reports deliver visibility into workloads across Office 365, so organizations can protect sensitive data and more easily prepare for internal and external audits.
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Gain visibility into the configuration of critical IT assets in Azure Active Directory, Exchange Online and OneDrive for Business. Comprehensive reports provide the insight necessary to ensure Office 365 security, as well as compliance with internal policies and external regulations.
Stay on top of who can access which resources across your Office 365 environment, including Azure Active Directory, Exchange Online and OneDrive for Business, with permissions reporting on:
Easily optimize Office 365 license allocation and service plan decisions with visibility into your tenants, subscriptions and licensing service plans.
Ensure a smooth domain migration or consolidation project by pinpointing Azure AD user and group dependencies, matching conflicts and disabled accounts before the migration starts.
Scale to Office 365 environments of any size and location. Schedule collections during off-peak hours to minimize the impact on network and server performance, and leverage the distributed collection architecture for load balancing.
Ensure stakeholders get the reports they need, when they need them, with automated report generation and flexible delivery schedules.
Honor departmental and business function boundaries by enabling auditors, helpdesk staff, IT managers and other stakeholders get exactly the reports they need and nothing more.
Disk space requirements will vary with the Enterprise Reporter components you install:
The following operating systems are supported for Enterprise Reporter components.
NOTE: It is not recommended that the server or console be installed on a domain controller.
The follow versions of Active Roles are supported as targets of Active Directory discoveries. See the Active Roles web site for hardware and software requirements for your version of Active Roles:
Enterprise Reporter can be configured to send discovery information to the following versions of IT Security Search. See the IT Security Search web site for the hardware and software requirements for your version of IT Security Search.
The following versions of SQL Server® are supported for the Enterprise Reporter database. See the Microsoft® web site for the hardware and software requirements for your version of SQL Server®:
SSL Encryption of SQL Server Connections using Certificates
Enterprise Reporter can be configured to work with a SQL Server® instance. To secure communications while working with Enterprise Reporter, data sent over connections to the SQL Server can be encrypted using an SSL certificate.
The steps required to configure this encryption are as follows.
To obtain links to the following required software, open the Enterprise Reporter Autorun.
To collect Active Roles information, the following software is required on the computer where the Enterprise Reporter Configuration Manager is installed and on the computer where the Enterprise Reporter node is installed:
For more information and installation instructions, see the Active Roles Quick Start Guide. The following additional considerations are required:
To collect Exchange® 2007 information, the following additional considerations are required:
The following services are required on the Enterprise Reporter server and nodes.
The following services must be enabled on discovery targets for collections.
For more information see the release notes.
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