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Friday, February 10, 2012

Selamat kepada AXA SERVICES Indonesia

Selamat kepada PT AXA SERVICES INDONESIA yang telah memilih solusi ADManager. Dengan menggunakan ADManager maka manajemen Active Directory akan lebih mudah.

Active Directory Reports

Reports on Windows Active Directory arm an administrator with essential information on Active Directory Infrastructure and Objects. ADManager Plus is a simple, easy-to-use, web-based, secure and cost-effective Active Directory Management & Reporting tool. This software on MS Windows AD is compatible with MS Exchange Server 2007/2010, extracts vital data from Microsoft Windows 2000/2003 Active Directory Environment in minimal time and displays it in an easily understandable format.
Administrators, help desk technicians, auditors and other users, who have access to active directory information, can efficiently control, create and manage Users, Objects, Contacts, Domains, OUs, Groups, Computers, Exchange, Printers and configure any LDAP attribute in the native Active Directory. ADManager Plus also allows for creation of multiple users in a single attempt through the CSV file import option. Specialized and advanced reports on all the above mentioned objects and accounts in all the networks and containers in the organization can also be generated using the Reports module. Active Directory Reports on Inactive objects contain detailed information, making ADManager Plus, an effective Active Directory Cleaner. And the best thing is, you can do all these from a single console in ADManager Plus.
ADManager Plus has an extensive reports list with over 150+ out of the box reports on the active directory infrastructure resources, making it a complete Active Directory Reporting software giving you a comprehensive list of organizational reports. The web-based interface enables users with less or no scripting knowledge to generate reports on Active directory services, in accordance to the required property fields, the report should contain.
Quote I use the ADManager Plus during Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) audits to generate reports for internal and external auditors to give a full description about our corporate AD environment.
- GS Riva. Systems Administrator.   more..
Active Directory reports generated with ADManager Plus retrieve data from the entire Active Directory or from the required domains, OUs or any other container to facilitate a periodic review of the entire active directory inventory objects in compliance with the statutory requirements during audits (especially useful to meet SOX Compliance Audit).
Reports on Security Groups, File/Folder permissions, recently modified Users, Computers, GPOs, OUs, OS based reports, Domain Controller based reports, Nested Reports, Log on hour based reports based on logon-logoff times, soon to expire user accounts reports, expired or disabled user accounts reports, etc., can even be auto generated using the Schedule reports utility. These reports will also enable the administrators to manage the Active Directory proactively and more efficiently. The reports that are scheduled can be sent to a selected/specified list of email addresses. Reports on Security Groups, File/Folder permissions, recently modified Users, Computers, GPOs, OUs, OS based reports, Nested Reports, Log on hour based reports, etc., can be auto generated using the Schedule reports utility. The reports that are scheduled, can be sent to a selected/specified list of email addresses.
Report generation can be limited to an OU in a single domain or to any number of domains in conjunction facilitating an OU based administration OU based administration. Furthermore, a high-level dashboard view helps you and your IT Delegated help desk staff to take a quick glance on the Active Directory object status. Reports that are must for enterprises to face Compliance Audits are listed in the SOX Compliance section. Adherence to the various Security & Password policies, can be monitored with the help of periodic, if needed, automated generation and analysis of policy related reports.
Reporting in ADManager Plus

Arrow Active Directory User Reports Arrow Active Directory Security Reports
Arrow Active Directory Logon Reports Arrow Active Directory Exchange Reports
Arrow Active Directory Password Reports Arrow Active Directory GPO Reports
Arrow Active Directory Computer Reports Arrow Active Directory NTFS Reports
Arrow Active Directory Group Reports Arrow Active Directory Policy Reports
Arrow Active Directory OU Reports Arrow Active Directory Reports Schedulingnew
Arrow Active Directory SOX Compliance Reports Arrow NTFS Shares Reports new
Arrow Folder Permissions and Access Reportsnew  
Arrow Show All Reports
To explore all the different active directory reports and also all the features in ADManager Plus, Download the Free Trial.
ADManager Plus which is also compatible with Microsoft Windows Exchange 2007/2010 integrates management with Active Directory Reporting Solutions, thereby providing a comprehensive package of benefits. You can modify single or bulk user/computer/object properties and perform essential management actions on your active directory from the generated reports with a one click process. Creating, Modifying, generating reports of users and other AD objects in batch (bulk) facilitates easy usage of the product. The active directory reporting tool also facilitates generation of various highly customizable reports, through adding or removing columns, which represent the  LDAP attributes in your Active Directory. Report generated can be exported to various standard formats like CSV, CSVDE, PDF, XLS, HTML and then list printed . A fully functional trial version of this Active Directory Management & Reporting application can be obtained from ADManager Plus Free Trial Download.
For more details on AD Reports, refer to the Reports section in our online Help.

Other features

Active Directory Management Active Directory Management
Make your everyday Active Directory management tasks easy and light with ADManager Plus's AD Management features. Create, modify and delete users in a few clicks!
Active Directory Password Management Active Directory Password Management
Reset password and set password propertied from a single web-based console, without compromising on the security of your AD! Delegate your password-reset powers to the helpdesk technicians too!
Active Directory Delegation Active Directory Delegation
Unload some of your workload without losing your hold. Secure & non-invasive helpdesk delegation and management from ADManager Plus! Delegate powers for technician on specific tasks in specific OUs.
Microsoft Exchange Management Microsoft Exchange Management
Create and manage Exchange mailboxes and configure mailbox rights using ADManager Plus's Exchange Management system. Now with support for Microsoft Exchange 2010!!
Active Directory Cleanup Active Directory CleanupGet rid of the inactive, obsolete and unwanted objects in your Active Directory to make it more secure and efficient...assisted by ADManager Plus's AD Cleanup capabilities.

Thursday, February 09, 2012

Featured Review: ManageEngine OpManager 9

Featured Review: ManageEngine OpManager 9

Are you winning the battle to tame your network? Or are you constantly are surprised by servers running out of disk space and bandwidth shortages? Does the ring of your cell phone make you shudder and wonder what just broke? If you answered yes, then you need better network management software!
ManageEngine’s OpManager can help you take control of the network. OpManager is a powerful network management system that includes features like network monitoring, alarm notification, health reporting, and more.


OpManager has a long list of features that make network monitoring simple and efficient, including some great new features over earlier versions. Some of the new features include:
  • Hyper-V support – OpManager now provides Hyper-V tracking, monitoring, and inventory features.
  • New Improved UI – Menus have been reworked for easier navigation and more intuitive use.
  • REST API – New APIs provide a way to fetch data from OpManager from other 3rd party service desk applications.
How well does it all work? Let’s jump right into the product, starting with:

Easy Installation and Configuration

Installation was fast and simple.  A small number of options presented themselves: whether to install as a service, which web port to use, and whether to use the built-in MySQL or a standalone MSSQL server to name a few.
Configuration is the next step, and OpManager presents a helpful list of recommended tasks on startup.  First on the list is network discovery – enter your SNMP strings and IP ranges, and away you go. In general, configuration is very easy. It’s simple to add devices or to discover new networks.
OpManager allows admins to create Templates that can be assigned to devices, making it easy to set a large number of devices to be treated the same way. Templates specify settings like polling intervals, and parameters that will be monitored on each device. For example, all file servers could be placed into a template that would activate disk utilization, memory, and CPU monitoring.

IT Workflow Automation

One of the new features in OpManager 9 is something they call “IT Workflow Automation.” What is it?
IT Workflow automation allows administrators to automate routine maintenance, as well as troubleshooting tasks that they would perform when a network fault occurs.
For example, suppose that whenever a website fails, your first tasks would be to ping the server, and attempt to re-start the web-service if the server is up. IT Workflow automation can do that for you – minimizing downtime and giving you time to find the real cause of the problem.

Script Monitoring

Closely related to Workflow Automation is Script Monitoring. If you’re like most admins, you have a many scripts that you use to retrieve data and perform tasks on your servers.
OpManager allows you to bring all of those scripts together into a single management console – making it easy to share common scripts among all of your servers.
It also supports setting thresholds and alerts on script results – which could then kick off automated tasks to repair problems. All in all, a very cool set of features!


One of the first things you’ll see in OpManager is the Dashboard, an at-a-glance summary of your network.  Several different dashboard views are available, and all can be customized to suit your particular needs.  Widgets can be added, removed or customized to show data you find useful.
The dashboard is a great help for troubleshooting. For instance, you could add a real-time chart to monitor key variables – memory, CPU, interface traffic, and much more.  Then, you can see instantly if your internet connection is saturated, or if your server is out of disk space.

Device Monitoring

Device monitoring is at the heart of any network management software.
OpManger does a great job of monitoring devices for potential problems.  It can use standard SNMP as a monitoring method, but it can also use WMI to monitor Windows servers and Active Directory.  And, it can use SSH/Telnet to monitor statistics for Linux servers.
Device snapshots display current statistics for monitored systems.  The snapshot page contains information on response time, availability, and various other key metrics depending on the type of system being monitored.

You’ll also find detailed information on interfaces, as well as trend data through links at the bottom of the snapshot window.


The newest version of OpManager adds some nifty new automatic mapping features. Administrators simply chose a “seed device,” and the system dynamically maps the other devices connected to it. Devices are shown with a status icon, enabling an instant view of any trouble spots on the network.

URL monitoring

Have you ever been caught when a website failed, even though the server was up and running? Say goodbye to that problem thanks to the URL monitor. The URL Monitor can perform synthetic transactions, testing to verify that login pages and other web-applications are always working.
Another feature is called “Content Match.” This useful tool allows administrators to monitor a page for specific text. If that text ever goes missing for any reason – maybe an accidental delete or worse, a malicious attack – then an alert is triggered allowing a fast response.


OpManager has a fantastic reporting engine that can generate many different types of reports.

We can’t cover them all, but here are a few examples of the kinds of reports available.
Service level reporting provides a helpful overview of the network’s availability – great for showing the boss what an excellent job you’re doing of keeping the network running.

At a glance reports provide a summary of key metrics for a device, providing a fast way to identify potential performance problems and bottlenecks.

Health reporting dives a little deeper, and contains statistics for key performance metrics for specific devices.  This type of report helps to identify problem devices or circuits in relation to the rest of the network.

Finally, custom reporting allows administrators to query variables for specific devices and date ranges. The only downside to custom reporting is that it is not run from the Reporting module – it is accessed by clicking on a device, then by opening up one of the graphs shown on the device’s detail pages.

Overall, the reporting module is improved over previous versions of OpManager. It is more fully-featured and easier to use, and allows creating of custom reporting as well as filtered report views based on “business views” which are like lists of devices. On the other hand, I’d still love to see a simple query engine that would allow an admin to generate trend reports on the fly, for any monitored SNMP variable on any device. But we’re getting into wish-list territory, and the default reporting is generally excellent.

The User Experience

Overall, OpManager provides a great user experience and version 9 brings several improvements that make it much easier to use. The menu system has been reworked, and is now much more user friendly and intuitive.
The system allows for creation of multiple users with various levels of access.  The UI also supports rebranding – changing the overall look-and-feel to use your own corporate colors and logos.
Additionally, the entire console is administered and accessed almost entirely via the web-console. This makes management a breeze.


What network management software would be complete without alarms and notifications? OpManager doesn’t disappoint here either, with the ability to set threshold alarms to trigger a range of notification methods.  All the usual suspects are here: email, SMS text, run scripts, etc.
Two useful features help to make the alarms well rounded.  A downtime scheduler allows admins to set outage windows in the system – perfect for reducing needless notifications during planned maintenance. And, dependencies can be set so that an outage to a key device doesn’t flood admins with alerts for all of the systems behind that device.

Clicking on an alarm provides a drill-down view of the alarm and event history for the device in trouble. The detailed view is a great troubleshooting tool, helping to identify chronic problems.

Also under the Alarms module: a useful “Devices to Watch” dashboard, which shows all devices that have triggered various types of alarms. The dashboard shows the device name, status, and key performance stats on CPU and Memory usage.

The only complaint I can find is that OpManager still doesn’t have the ability to set multiple threshold alarms – yet.  The good news: ManageEngine tells us this feature is coming in a very near future release of the product.
Having multiple thresholds allows an administrator to specify that warnings will be triggered at a certain threshold, and a critical alarm at another level. This would be useful for monitoring things like temperature or disk utilization that might creep up gradually – and allow administrators to monitor the situation before a critical state is reached. It will be a welcome addition once it’s available.


ManageEngine offers several plugins as separate products that integrate smoothly with OpManager. There are too many to cover here, but examples include their VOIP monitor, and a useful tool called “Compliance Manager.” Compliance Manager scans devices and identifies if a specified policy is not met.
For example, in the screenshot below Compliance Manager has identified several critical violations on a Cisco device.

Other available plugins include:
  • WAN RTT (Round-Trip-Time) Monitor, using Cisco IP SLA Technology
Monitor WAN links for latency, bandwidth utilization, Round–Trip–Time and other key performance indicators.
  • NetFlow Traffic Analysis
The NetFlow plugin provides detailed graphs and reports that show not just how much traffic, but also what kind of traffic is flowing over the network. We recently reviewed the stand-alone NetFlow Analyzer from Opmanager, and recommend it for anyone struggling to understand why they never have enough bandwidth.
  • Network Change Configuration
Detect changes to your network devices when they happen, and automate backups.

Pricing and Editions

OpManager’s pricing varies depending on how many devices you need to monitor – but the pricing scale has affordable options for everyone from small business to large enterprises. For example, a 50-device license would cost as little as $1,995. In addition, different plug-in software can be purchased that add extends functionality.
OpManager has several editions, including an Enterprise edition which is scalable up to 50,000 interfaces. It also has options for high-availability thanks to hot-standby servers and probes.
Given the range of pricing available, we recommend contacting ManageEngine for a price quote. More information can be found on their website.
And, trial versions of OpManager are free for 30 days!


OpManager was good before – now it’s great! It is an extremely versatile, feature-rich system, made better by new features like Mapping, Hyper-V support, and the improved UI. Alerting is comprehensive and full of information sure to help administrators fix problems faster. The reporting module provides data that will be useful for everyone from administrators to service managers. And, features like URL monitoring provide assurance that websites critical to the business are online.
On the downside, it still doesn’t have multiple-threshold alarms, but that feature is on the roadmap and no doubt will appear soon.
In our opinion, the new and improved OpManager is well worth your time to test out. Try out OpManager’s 30-day free trial download and see what you think.

Selamat kepada PT.GEM

Selamat kepada PT.GEM yang telah memilih dan mengimplementasi Fire Extinguisher dengan menggunakan produk FIREPRO.

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