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Excessive user access privilege can pose a significant risk to your organization’s data*. SolarWinds® Access Rights Manager has been developed to help you improve your security posture and mitigate threats by:
  • Monitoring and auditing unauthorized access and changes to Active Directory®, Windows® file servers, SharePoint™, and Exchange™.
  • Automating the creation, modification, activation, deactivation, and deletion of user access to services and files.
  • Generating management and auditor-ready compliance reports.

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Log and Systems Performance Pack is designed to help you quickly detect, diagnose, and resolve multi-vendor server and application availability and performance issues. Get alerts based on server or application status, performance, or even specific logs. View system performance metrics and log data side-by-side, and in real time, to help resolve issues quickly.

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Log and Network Performance Pack is designed to help you quickly detect, diagnose, and resolve multi-vendor network fault, availability, and performance issues. Get alerts based on network device status, performance, or even specific logs, then view network device metrics and log data side-by-side, and in real time, to help resolve network issues quickly.

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Log Manager for Orion is designed to make it as simple as possible to collect log data, as well as view, search, and alert on those logs, all at an affordable price. Built on the SolarWinds® Orion Platform, it seamlessly integrates with other SolarWinds products, like Network Performance Monitor and Server & Application Monitor, to help provide IT pros with critical log data in-line with other infrastructure and application performance data.

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When an application goes down or is performing poorly, you wonder, "what's changed?" Did someone fat-finger an extra comma in the registry? Did some of your memory get reallocated to another machine without your knowledge? Has a new piece of software been installed that is affecting your application's performance? SolarWinds® Server Configuration Monitor is designed to help you answer these questions and more, both quickly and easily.

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