Configure your Domain connections, Database settings and Email notification settings using a Wizard.
Share Activity Reports (accessed, created, modified and deleted objects), Permissions Changes, File System Access and Change Reports (accessed (read), created, modified, deleted and ownership changes), Ownership Changes and Who Accessed What report. A powerful free-text search filter allows you to generate the events reports based on keywords. For example, report the Permissions Changes of a particular folder or file in the last 30 days.
Configure Shared Folders, Folders and Files in servers and workstations for fast data collection and storage of change events using asynchronous, multi-threaded data collection from multiple servers and workstations. Real time alerts through email – powered by the multi-tasking background listener (NTFS Listener Service). Enables notifications of change events that occurred in File servers in real time.
The powerful search tool lets you select Event IDs for the selected date range and host names. For example, extract all the ‘4663’ event IDs that occurred in the month of March from the events history database.
Quickly filter data based on search strings and dates. Wildcard characters may be applied. For example, all rows of change data pertaining to “Administrators” may be filtered by a simple string filter “*admin*” across all fields or a single field.
Advanced Filter tool in the reports allows you to filter the report based on complex filter conditions. Advanced Filter allows the User to perform advanced query based filtering using Field names and their values and save the filter configuration for future use. Selecting and applying a saved filter will apply the filter and directly produce the desired subset of data. For example, all rows of Share accessed data pertaining to ‘Change made by’ field can be filtered by compound filter (([Change made by] ends with ‘%Martin %’) or ([Change made by] = ‘Contoso\Williams’)).
A simple string-based Find operation highlights all cells containing the string. Especially useful in determining string occurrences and their frequencies in a large set of displayed data. For example, find all occurrences of a particular file.