NetPro ships major security and compliance solution upgrade

NetPro Computing announced ChangeAuditor 4.0 and Security Manager 4.0, representing a significant upgrade to its security and compliance solution for Active Directory, File Systems and Exchange. ChangeAuditor 4.0 now provides expanded alerting, with more than 160 new alerts for Member Servers, DNS, Registry, File Systems, and Exchange, as well as new database maintenance and anti-tampering features.

ChangeAuditor’s sister solution, SecurityManager also prevents security breaches with a new anti-tampering feature and improved object-locking capability, and it enables granular policy checking enterprise-wide with more than 20 new specialized server roles. Both solutions will be generally available in late June 2007, but they will be showcased this week in NetPro’s booth (#934) at Microsoft’s TechEd Conference in Orlando, Fla.

ChangeAuditor 4.0 Features:

· Features extensible object auditing with more than 160 new audit events for Member Servers, DNS, Registry, File System, Exchange, and more
– Offers a database maintenance wizard that conducts archiving and data purge activities for improved operational efficiency, long-term archiving and compliance
– Enables enhanced File System auditing, now including File and Folder Read Access auditing
– Includes User and Group auditing on member servers for access alerting and enhanced security
– Allows side-by-side audit comparisons with event analysis views
– Features optional anti-tampering agents to prevent manipulation of ChangeAuditor controls, ensuring constant auditing and compliance

SecurityManager 4.0 Features:
– Features anti-tampering agents to prevent manipulation of Security Manager controls, ensuring constant auditing and policy enforcement
– Includes 20 new server roles, enabling refined policy checking on a server-by-server basis enterprise-wide, including overrides for servers matching server roles.
– Enables automatic generation of object locking rules to lock the configuration container while leaving certain objects unlocked for normal replication and Exchange-related activities.




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