Hi! ARM is no solution/tool to administer hardware - no, it's not possible. With ARM you make user access rights transparent, log AD events etc. If you have an Active Directory ARM will help you a lot to administer your AD, file server, Echange, etc.
As of release ARM v9.0.821 release, installation along with NPM is not recommended/supported. This is due to some dependent services version incompatibilities. I'm sure this will change in future release at least for small environments.
We are very excited to make our new Access Rights Manager product available to our customers. Now it's time for us to focus our attention on the next great update. Here is a view of what we are working on: FIPS-compatible encryption. All communication between client, server, and web server will be encrypted using FIPS compliant cryptographic…
ARM supports multiple domains. Also monitoring (logging as we call it – AD Logga) is supported. However, the domain needs to be prepared accordingly – see also http://help.8man.com/en/ueberwachungsrichtlinien-fuer-dc.html. Sven
Welcome to the Access Rights Manager Forum! According to the recent Insider Threat Report: 2018 over half of organizations have confirmed an insider attack within the last 12 months. The majority of these are attributed to too many users with excessive access privileges. Access control is one of the key components of an organization’s…(Show moreShow less)