We are proud to present SysKit Security Manager 2.0. This version brings new features which will help you report more efficiently on SharePoint permissions and keep an eye on permissions changes in your SharePoint environment. Try it now and ensure high visibility and control over your content.
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Compare Permissions and Track Changes2.0
To keep your SharePoint environment under control, you need to know who has access to what at any time. SysKit Security Manager will save you time by crawling your environment and taking a snapshot of all the permissions down to the document or list item level. Use snapshots to compare permissions and keep an eye on changes in your SharePoint environment.
Track External Sharing2.0
Keep Your Environment Clean2.0
Quickly find all users and SharePoint groups without permissions, as well as groups without owners. Remove unnecessary groups for a site collection or appoint new owners/members. Track and delete all orphaned SharePoint users. Keep your environment clean and clutter-free with SysKit Security Manager Cleanup reports.
Permission Matrix and User Permission Reports2.0
Avoid having to check every single object one by one in order to see associated permissions. SysKit Security Manager will help you secure your environment by giving you a complete overview of what users and groups have access to, as well as their permission levels. You decide whether you want to see permissions for the entire site collection, a single subsite or a document library with its content in a single view.
Unique Permission Reporting2.0
Unique permissions can be given for a good reason, but they also bring possible security issues. In an environment with thousands of documents, tracking where broken permission inheritance occurs can be tedious.
Use SysKit Security Manager to detect all objects in your environment that have broken permission inheritance from one place. Check who has unique permissions and decide if they should have access to that content with the permissions they’ve been given.
Export and Analyze Reports2.0
All security reports are exportable as Excel files, so you can analyze them more closely using Excel’s filtering options or share them with your colleagues and management.