NTFS Security and Permissions Management Solution


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NTFS Security Manager secures your Folders, Files & Shares on Windows servers & workstations by helping you manage and manipulate NTFS permissions to achieve the best security.

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NTFS Security and Permissions Management Solution

  1. 1. NTFS Security Manager from Vyapin Software Systems Private Limited Managing permissions of Users/Groups/Shares/Folders/Files on Windows Servers www.vyapin.com
  2. 2. NTFS Security Manager Highlights • Set permissions in bulk for multiple accounts and folders • Assign role based permissions in bulk on multiple accounts and folders • Secure your Shares, Folders and Files on servers & workstations • Grant, revoke, modify and copy NTFS permissions across servers & workstations in multiple domains • Apply / revoke Central Access Policies (CAPs) on shares & folders across servers & workstations in a domain • Restore broken inheritance • Restore administrative permissions • Use conditions/rules to control how you grant, revoke, copy permissions • Replace existing set of permissions with a new set of permissions • Perform a granular search of various types of permissions on specific files and folders
  3. 3. Some of the important features of the NTFS Security Manager
  4. 4. Grant permissions for multiple Accounts to your Files, Folders, and Shares in your File servers using a rule-based assignment approach. Highly effective in controlling different types of access based on the different Organizational Roles for users and groups
  5. 5. Replace existing NTFS permissions for multiple accounts with a completely new set of permissions
  6. 6. Remove permissions clutter accumulated over a period of time. Remove Accounts completely along with all associated permissions from the Files, Folders and Shares permissions list
  7. 7. Revoke central access policies from the Files, Folders and Shares. You can revoke central access policies from shares only if the selected central access policy is applied on the selected shares
  8. 8. Apply selected central access policy from domain to multiple Files, Folders and Shares in a single operation to centrally manage shares in a domain
  9. 9. Assign explicit permissions for multiple accounts with the option to break or retain inheritance from the parent, following the standard windows behavior of Copy or Remove when inheritance is broken
  10. 10. Copy permissions from a selected share to multiple shares in your file servers using a rule-based assignment approach
  11. 11. Review all changes made to permissions using Change History
  12. 12. For more on the NTFS Security Manager visit http://www.vyapin.com/products/ntfs-securitymanager/ntfs-permissions-management.htm