How to Consolidate Privilege Account Management for Simplified Audit and Control
sponsored by FoxT

While transitioning core applications and databases to Windows Server 2003 R3 or 2008 R2 can offer operational savings, simplified administration and greater consistency for support, it can also lead to security risks. Active Directory cannot provide global assurance and control to protect data if it's required that a sub-set of critical applications must be installed with local accounts.

In this resource explore how FoxT ServerControl can help overcome these security challenges, enabling you to:

  • Centrally provision and administer Windows Server local accounts
  • Easily centralize and implement security policies for the support staff controlling access to privilege accounts
  • And more
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