Filtered by: Auditing
This is a little PowerShell script that finds and exports a list of users not logged in, in a number of days, from your Active Directory.
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This article explains how to configure rules so that a manager is restricted to audit reports of only those employees who report to him.
Submitted by: vgulshan on Thu. 08.11.2011
Filed Under: Identity & Security Management Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions
Topic: Administration, Auditing, Identity & Security Management, Monitoring, Point of Sale, Reporting, Secure Access, Secure Identity, User Management
Product: Privileged User Manager, Secure Identity Management
New updates to Novell Storage Manager and Novell Dynamic File Services include significant feature enhancements you'll want to use right away.
Submitted by: buckgashler on Wed. 02.23.2011
Filed Under: Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Cool Blogs: Official Novell Bloggers, File Management Suite
Topic: Administration, Announcements, Auditing, Automation, Collaboration, Configuration, Especially for School Administrators, File Management, IT Management, Load balancing, Migration, Notification, Policies, Reporting, Storage, User Management, Windows
Product: eDirectory, File Management Suite, File Reporter, File System Factory, NetWare, Open Enterprise Server, Storage Manager
Our client asked us to automatically produce a monthly report which would allow them to see all users and what their last logon time was. This is an audit requirement, and it needs to be done by someone other than the system administrators, making it a perfect candidate for automation.
This solution is an example of how the XML tokens can be used to create new HTML to be inserted into an eMail template. While this is a relatively simple task, it did offer an opportunity to utilize this new, unheralded feature of IDM 3.6.
The XDASv2 specification provides a standardized classification for audit events. It defines a set of generic events at a global distributed system level. XDASv2 provides a common portable audit record format to facilitate the merging and analysis of audit information from multiple components at the distributed system level. The XDASv2 events are encapsulated within a hierarchical notational system that helps to extend the standard or existing event identifier set. eDirectory 8.8 SP6 support XDASv2 format to log eDirectory events into the file.