SolarWinds Access Rights Manager (ARM)
SolarWinds Access Rights Manager (ARM)
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To be able to manage and report file server permissions. And also I would like to automate AD user account settings.
We're using ARM to manage our Active Directory and File services. In addition too that we periodically need our users to reevaluate the …
We use SolarWinds Access Rights Manager [(ARM)] across the entire organization. It was primarily put in place to meet audit requirements …
SolarWinds ARM is used for the self service platform and the automation of access rights on File Server.
Managing and auditing access rights in our organization with SolarWinds Access Rights Manager (ARM) it's simply easier, much faster, and …
We make use of Access Rights Manager in our organization for the provisioning of new user accounts, determining folder permissions for all …
We purchased SolarWinds ARM when it was owned by 8Man. We bought it as we were commencing a records management project and it was …
SolarWinds Access Rights Manager is used throughout our organisation to manage and inspect access rights to most of the online services we …
ARM is being used by our IT department mainly for auditing of Active Directory, file server permissions, and Exchange mailbox access. ARM …
Only admins in IT use it. We manage the Dataowner and the Permissions they wanna give to their Users. With ARM we have completely …
Easy to use and to manage your Microsoft AD environment, FileRights, and AD Objects and Exchange. Perfect to track your AD changes and …
SolarWinds Access Rights Manager is used by our IT department for the quarterly access reviews for audit purposes. We managed to shave …
We have multiple domains which can be challenging and time-consuming, especially as we have a large staff base of roughly 1500 users. Its …
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SolarWinds Access Rights Manager (ARM) is designed to assist IT and security admins to quickly and easily provision, deprovision, manage and audit user access rights to systems, data, and files.
By analyzing user authorizations and access permission you get visualization of who has access to what and when they accessed it.
Demonstrate compliance with most regulatory requirements with customized reports.
Provision and deprovision users using role-specific templates to help assure conformity of access privilege delegation in alignment with security policies.
- Supported: Active Directory Monitoring
- Supported: Auditing of Windows File Share
- Supported: Monitoring of Microsoft Exchange
- Supported: SharePoint access monitoring and management
- Supported: User Provisioning and Management
- Supported: User Permissions Analysis
- Supported: Custom Report Generation
- Supported: Self-service Permissions Portal
SolarWinds Access Rights Manager Overview
|Operating Systems||Windows, Windows Server|
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- File server permissions management
- File server audits and alerts
- Alert types and settings are not sufficient and there are lots of bugs
- Manage Active Directory Users and Groups
- User creation using templates and automation
- Documentation of changes
- You cannot create organizational units in the AD with it.
- Automation and templates need knowledge of JSON and are not intuitive.
- Deleted folders cannot automatically delete from recertification as well.
- Very good integration with Active Directory
- Tracking changes made in Active Directory
- Approvals for access to different group memberships
- Helps us to improve our processes
- The emails generated could be improved, a little HTML or RTF goes a long way to readability
- The UI was designed by a coder, would be better to have some usability testing done.
- Better integration with non AD applications
- Ease of installation and upgrade
- Level of access should be different in the Self Service portal, depending on where you want access
- Support is not the greatest I've seen
- Windows File Server Auditing
- Exchange Auditing Software
- Active Directory Auditing Tool
- Active Directory Permissions Reporting Tool
- Active Directory Reporting Solution
- Monitor and Manage OneDrive Permissions
- New User Creation
- Security group maintenance - eg displaying all groups which are empty.
- visual representation of all security permissions set on shared files/folders on our file/print servers
- The main gripe I have is the process of creating user templates. At present, You have to use a 3rd party addon to create new user account templates. It would be great to have this integrated with ARM as default.
- Report on file permissions
- Lists actions performed on files by users
- AD management
- Provide reports on accounts in AD
- Licensing model when we changed over to SolarWinds was [I feel] a nightmare. It needs to be more streamlined and SolarWinds needs to understand what their customers require. When we changed over to SolarWinds we found it very hard to get answers to what modules we were still licensed for.
- Our current system is not functioning. We can't login to the application with the accounts we created that were working. The error that appears doesn't help to resolve it. So at present we just renewed licenses for this year and we can't use the system.
- Auditing a particular use is very simple and clear
- You can generate automated reports for review
- It is easy to set-up
- The user interface is not very modern or fancy
- It does not have a lot of integrations with our identify providers beside Active Directory
- The reports cannot be customised alot
- Auditing is simplified for user permissions and access to corporate resources. The flow diagrams show which group is granting access.
- Provisioning if user accounts is simplified and standardized along with easy detection of scope creep.
- Developing of a self service password reset portal would make ARM even more critical to our infrastructure.
- Easy to use, drag and drop, permission change with every change made logged
- Generating automated Reports for Dataowners to review
- Log all activity on the File server in case of Breaches or Viruses
- Design - the old 8Man design was more friendly
- I miss to option to create custom "Who has access here" reports. My Dataowners dont need to know where users have List rights
- File Access Rights
- Exchange reporting
- Data owners grant access rights to files and folders.
- Data owners manage group membership.
- Data owner management (reports from data owner changes).
- Exchange access reports
- Recertification overview for admins (which was not recertified until now).
- More webinars needed to get all the function and to get more out of the product.
- SolarWinds Access Rights Manager is easy to set up and configure. We had the first report generated in a few hours.
- The automated feature for the reports is great. We just set it and forget it and now the reports get emailed on schedule.
- One thing I'd like to see is more customization within the reports. Company branding and colors as well as individual items to include or exclude.
- Alerts for access and changes to Windows file servers
- Reporting aspects
- Regulatory requirements
- Audit changes to active directory and group policy
- The GUI can be misleading at times in terms of what you're actually looking for
- Cumbersome in some places