Ecora Auditor: Microsoft Windows Sample Reports

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  • Documentation Report
  • Baseline Report
  • Change Report
  • Fact Finding Reports:
    • Domain Admins Group – FISMA – Reports the membership of the Domain Admins group for all documented domains. It shows Domain, User Name, User Full Name, Expiration date and whether the account is locked out or not and disabled or not.
    • Domain Admins Group – HIPAA – Reports the membership of the Domain Admins group for all documented domains. It shows Domain, User Name, User Full Name, Expiration date and whether the account is locked out or not and disabled or not.
    • Global Group Membership by User – Find out what groups any user is in throughout all your domains. This report is sorted by user name and filtered to exclude computer accounts and the Administrator account.
    • Local Groups by Computer – Shows the local groups on all your servers and workstations and the members of that group. Sorted by computer name.
    • OS and Service Pack by Computer Role – This report is handy for verifying the OS and service pack level of all your computers and is sorted by Computer Role. This way you can be sure that all your DC's, PDC's, and BDC's are at a specified service pack and target those that need attention ASAP.
    • OS Installation Report – This is a high level OS report showing Computer, Install Date, Registered User and Registered Organization.
    • Processor and Memory Summary – Processor count, type, speed, and installed memory by Computer. Quickly identify systems that might be in need of upgrades or replacement.
    • Services Report By Service Name – Identify all services installed on computers. This reports is sorted by service name and will show which computers it's installed on and what the status (running or stopped), Start Method and Startup Account. You can track down unauthorized service easily with this report.
    • Shares Summary – All shares and share descriptions sorted by computer name. Useful to see what is being shared particularly on workstations.
    • Share and NTFS Permissions on shared folders