A centralized solution for IT and Help Desk staff for administering network wide accounts on Windows, UNIX, Linux, OpenVMS, AS400, databases and custom applications. Full Audit Logging in a central database keeps track of the details of all changes giving accountability to the operations staff.
The Sysgem Account Manager (SAcM) is a fully featured application for user account management on multiple platforms. It supports basic operating system accounts and user profiles in end-user layered applications. With SAcM, you create accounts from default templates on multiple systems in one simple operation.
Existing accounts - across all platforms, network-wide - are sorted, filtered and multiply-selected, and updated in a single operation.
SAcM allows you to delegate responsibility with confidence and safety. Statistical and detailed user account reports are produced with ease.
And with the separately available Sysgem Development Manager (SDeM) Module, its features and functions are easily customized to meet your own specific needs.
Key Features and Benefits
Provides a single point for creating & managing multiple accounts on multiple computer systems of multiple platform types, including the maintenance of user entries in layered applications.
Prevents delays in creating the user account environment for "new starters" by simplifying the process. Whereas this once involved many tasks and a number of different people, with SAcM a single and simple operation by an authorized user-account administrator is all it takes.
Simplifies help desk operations for user administration, enables responsibility to be delegated with safety, and ensures full audit trail accountability.
Makes it easy to produce accurate, up-to-date reports on the usage and deployment of user accounts across the entire network, for supervisor and security manager use. Information can be sorted and filtered to meet your own requirements.
Enables you to identify and resolve security issues for accounts across the entire enterprise.
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Windows Server 2008,