Admin Report Kit for Windows Enterprise (ARKWE) is a powerful reporting solution for the Microsoft Windows Network. ARKWE collects configuration information about Windows domains & servers, users/groups, policies, events, services, installed applications, shares, permissions, printers, data sources etc. The reports are presented in a variety of formats that are simple, elegant and highly customizable for System Administrators, IT infrastructure Managers and Systems Audit personnel to use and act on. ARKWE’s basket of Built-in reports provide powerful, ready-to-use reports that assist in both Management reporting and Compliance reporting requirements such as SOX and HIPAA. A single solution that serves your everyday needs of administrative tasks as well as complex data preparation tasks for assisting in compliance.
ARKWE has been architected using the latest Microsoft .NET technology, bringing you the best-in-breed reporting solution for your entire Windows Network. ARKWE is highly optimized for performance (using native Windows API calls wherever appropriate), resulting in fast data collection of deeply embedded configuration data. Imagine scanning your vast network of workstations and servers without having to wait forever to see your reports! You can create data subsets for your network using ARKWE’s powerful scan options and meaningfully segment your entire network for data collection and reporting.
ARKWE supports current versions of Microsoft Windows Server (2000/2003) and localized versions of Windows Server, including German, Spanish and French.
- Report NTFS permissions across servers and workstations in multiple domains, including Files, Folders and Shares. View permissions using different dimensions:
- Given a set of users and groups, determine which folders and files do they have access to.
- Determine which users and groups may indirectly impact NTFS permissions based on their group memberships (to analyze impact of inherited permissions).
- Report Effective Permissions of groups and users on shares, folders and files – permissions that have been explicitly set and those that have been inherited through groups and nested groups.
- Report local groups and their users of individual workstations in your windows network to analyze and plug security holes, because local groups can contain user accounts or global group accounts from multiple domains.
- Take a complete Software and hardware inventory of your entire Windows network – servers, workstations, network resources, configuration settings etc. Identify security holes based on service packs, security updates and hot fixes.