Archive for 2012

MS SQL server is a very popular database management system (DBMS) which is used to store records or data stored in a computer system in a proper way. This database software is equipped with a number of beneficial options for the entry, storage, management, and retrieval of data from the database. The SQL server database files are very essential so they must be handled with care so that safety, security … Read more

A database management system (DBMS) is computer software developed with the objective of managing databases. The DBMS are structured collections of records or data stored in a computer system storage medium. The MS SQL is one of the best known DBMS which is responsible for the entry, storage, management, and retrieval of data in a database.

Vital IT resources like user accounts, computers, and security groups are stored in Active Directory (AD) in the form of AD objects in Organizational Units. Each of this AD object is protected by several security permissions. Typically, an Active Directory can contain thousands of objects, thousands of Access Control Lists (ACL)

Administrators generally face problems in collecting correct last logon time of users in the domain. Almost all administrators have this requirement to see the actual last logon timing of users that logon to the domain server. To serve the purpose, there are a few effective tools but the Lepide last logon tool is the best utility. By using this tool, administrator can easily get information on last logon time of … Read more

It is commonly observed that admin personnel of an organization often feel the overburden of requests that come from the users to change or reset their account settings. The administrators and helpdesk professionals are always loaded with the requests of updating profile information, resetting account password or unlocking a locked account.

The prime objective behind deploying Event Log Managers is to meet network security and compliance standards and thus simplify network administrator tasks. They help administrators with centralized and effective management of Windows and W3C event logs. An event can be interpreted in a variety of ways, based on circumstances. The default Event Viewer on Windows systems doesn’t provide any elaborate report to categorize every event specifically or takes proactive measures … Read more

Active Directory is used for an array of network services to store information and data related to network and domains. Active Directory utilizes central database and enables administrators to assign policies, share software and perform critical updates for entire organization. Active Directory may consist of thousands of users and different domains and can be small, large or anything in between. AD controls access and sets security wall therefore, any unauthorized … Read more

As the number of users and volume of user-account related transactions carried out by them increases in an organization, enterprises are increasingly getting concerned about the manageability and security of account related data. Of all the Identity Management related challenges, password related

One of the toughest challenges for the Network Administrators is to implement network wide event collection and auto-correlation between them. Over a wide network spanning across different geographical areas, collection of event logs by moving from one machine to another could be a challenging and illogical task.

Self service Active Directory utility is very essential for those users who have configured AD database as it makes the tasks of administrators easier by effectively managing active directory. It has been experienced that administrators are often overburdened with the requests of updating profile information or resetting account password or unlocking a locked account. All these operations cause backlogs which further affects productivity. Using self service Active Directory systems, the … Read more

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