Tracking Active Directory Changes


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The Active Directory Change Tracker monitors your Active Directory recording every change and reporting it to you as specified. It emails instant updates on the status of active directory and whatever changes have been effected, by whom, where, how, etc. Leave it to monitor and report on Active Directory while you concentrate on other responsibilities.

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Tracking Active Directory Changes

  1. 1. Active Directory Change Tracker Active Directory auditing and tracking solution from Vyapin Software Systems Private Limited
  2. 2. ADCT Highlights • Track and audit changes made to Active Directory, across the Enterprise – example critical OUs and GPOs • Incremental data collection process lessens the burden on the servers • Monitor specific objects – additions, modifications and deletions on – specific Users & Groups, Organization Units, object property values etc. • Track changes with or without the use of Active Directory’s native auditing capabilities • Real time alerts provide instantaneous updates on marked events • Search feature covers Domains, Event IDs, etc. for the specified period and provides appropriate data • Stores reports in databases – useful for long term study, analysis and troubleshooting AD / domain problems
  3. 3. Some of the important features of the Active Directory Change Tracker (ADCT)
  4. 4. Quick and easy installation and configuration. Works right out of the desktop tracking changes in domain controllers
  5. 5. Provides instant updates on changes in all marked GPOs and their links
  6. 6. Search Change History feature provides you data about changes on specific objects and for the specified period
  7. 7. Search Events feature provides data on specified Events from the specified Domains identified by their Event IDs
  8. 8. Select individual objects to prepare your own list of monitored objects in the Active Directory. This gives you AD data according to your need
  9. 9. Configure email alerts to update you instantly on the Event IDs / Domain controllers you want monitored for changes
  10. 10. The Quick Filter feature under Search Change History allows you to filter out unnecessary data
  11. 11. Narrow down your tracking tasks by excluding AD properties from the properties list
  12. 12. Change history instances to start afresh whenever necessary. This allows you to keep your records current
  13. 13. Identify values of your interest from the change reports using the Find feature. This saves you a lot of time and trouble (example shown here in yellow)
  14. 14. Export change history to the desired destination and in the required file format. This saves you the hassle of formatting the report once its received
  15. 15. For more on the Active Directory Change Tracker visit tracking/active-directory-change-reporting.htm