Displays information giving details about both user and computer accounts. The report updates the administrators on the login status of Accounts by providing data like the Last Login, Object details, Security & Auditing details, Profiles, Personally Identifiable Information like address, phone numbers, etc. and important data like all the permissions assigned to the account.
Details about additional attributes like the employee number, employee ID, licenses, department number, logon details, etc.
Auditing information about objects in the active directory such as, owner, permissions assigned, etc.
Details of computers located in a domain like security, location, operating system of the computers, how they are managed and their audit details. Shows deleted objects related to these computers.
This report provides information about the delegated tasks assigned to various organizational units, and also updates administrators with details like auditing, security, group policy settings, and memberships.
Generates information about objects that have been deleted from the Active Directory, details like the location of the objects deleted, their creation & deletion dates. Administrators can also find out the last associated parent of deleted objects.
Provides details about accounts that are disabled, which contains logon name, account status, Kerberos authentication, password settings, trusts permitted, expiry date and the computers into which these accounts can log on to.
This report containing specific information about the domain controllers, operating system, site name, FSMO roles, service pack information, and IP Address. The domain administrators can update themselves with the latest status of their domains.
Provides the data of Expired Account, Object name, Display name, Logon name and the computers to which the account could logon to prior to their expiry.
This report contains details of Group Policy Objects, SOM links, links, auditing & security policies, deleted objects covered under the group policies and the security filtering applied.
Reports about accounts that have been inactive for ‘n’ number of days, like users whose last logon is less than 90 days. Administrators can specify the period of inactivity to determine which accounts to include in their report. All accounts with last login within this period are displayed.
Gives details on Organization Units like members, Group Policies applied to them, Delegated permissions, how the organization units are managed and the users/accounts managing these are described.
This report provides password settings object that is part of a domain, maximum & minimum password age, list of users linked to this PSO, Security & Auditing policies are displayed in the report.
Provides details about security permissions assigned to different objects in the Active Directory. It displays permissions set under the Discretionary Access Control Lists (DACL), Group Policy settings and the Delegated Permissions.
Reports about trust relationships among the domains. It lists the type of trusts (unidirectional or bi-directional). Trusting domains names, with their created and modified dates.
Provides the AD Users’ information like Security, Auditing, Account details, Address, Profile, and Object in the Active Directory are displayed.
Reports about the types of permissions granted to Users, Computers and Groups. The administrator has the choice of filtering / selecting the types of permission he wishes to see about various accounts.
Displays the details of trusts and security groups. Administrators can implement better security for their domains and network through the Security structure of the Active Directory.
Displays information about the users, groups, contacts, domain, role and tenant information from the given Azure AD tenant.
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