SysKit Security Manager
SysKit Security Manager

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  • SysKit Security Manager is a powerful solution for monitoring and troubleshooting your SharePoint server, SharePoint Online, and O365 SharePoint permissions.
  • See all permissions from one place – Being able to review all permissions from one place will definitely help with keeping your SharePoint environment safe, both on-premises and online!
  • Explore permissions in real time or you can review historical data using snapshots of the permission settings

 

SharePoint Security Management

  • Manage permissions for users, SharePoint and Security groups.
  • Grant, copy, transfer permissions in bulk.
  • Create SharePoint groups and manage members.
  • Move users with direct access to SharePoint groups.
  • Manage access requests and external user invitations.

Create snapshots of all the permissions for your sites, lists, libraries, documents, and items.

The interface is intuitive and user-friendly, which enables you to get an overview of your farms’ permission settings in no time.

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Centralized Office 365 groups reporting and management

  • List all groups in the SharePoint Online tenant and get an overview of each group’s owners and members.
  • Explore associated Office 365 groups’ site collections.
  • In a few clicks, create a new group, set privacy levels, assign owner(s) and add members.
  • Easily remove group owner(s) and member(s).
  • Delete groups using one interface and maintain a clutter-free environment.

 

System Requirements

Software

  • Microsoft Windows 7 (with Service Pack 1), Windows 8, Windows 8.1, W
  • indows 10 or later are supported (64-bit only)Windows Server editions: Windows Server 2008 R2 – 2016, all editions
  • Please note that we do not recommend installing the application on a server which is part of a SharePoint farm.
  • Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 or higher

Hardware

  • CPU – any Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10 capable CPU with at least two cores
  • Memory – up to 512 MB (1GB recommended)
  • Disk – 150MB of available hard disk space
  • 1366×768 or higher resolution video card

Database System

  • SysKit Security Manager Setup will install and configure a new instance of SQL Server Express 2016 Service Pack 1 LocalDB named SSMInstance
  • User must have proper privileges to successfully run the application.

User Permission Requirements

  • Local administrator on all the machines you want to monitor. Both SharePoint and SQL server.
  • Site Collection Administrator on the desired SharePoint Online or SharePoint On-Premises environment
  • In order to fully utilize management options of SysKit Security Manager for Office 365 Groups you need to be given consent by a Global SharePoint Online Administrator.

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SysKit Insights
SysKit Insights

SysKit Insights

  • SysKit Insights is a powerful solution for monitoring and troubleshooting your SharePoint servers.
  • All the Logs in One Place – Troubleshooting Made Easy. It’s not an easy task to make sure that the SharePoint environment always runs smoothly, but instant alerts and the ability to search through all the logs from one location make it a breeze.
  • Event Viewer will allow you to monitor information about your farms’ health from the Windows Event Log, SharePoint ULS, and SQL logs across all servers in their farms.

SysKit Insights’ powerful collecting engine will enable you to:

  • Search through collected logs
  • Filter data by category, source, server, message, event ID, and correlation ID
  • Set up a query addressing the problem that you want to proactively track and receive email alerts

SharePoint Performance Monitoring

  • Insights allows you to monitor 30-plus SharePoint-specific performance counters for all servers across all farms.
  • Check out the performance of each farm, or drill down and examine each server individually.
  • Predict future problems
  • Identify potential bottlenecks
  • React in a timely fashion and prevent damage

The interface is intuitive and user-friendly, which enables you to get an overview of your farms’ health in no time.

Intelligent Alerts

Receiving real-time email alerts when your servers’ performance reaches warning or critical levels enables you to relax knowing that if something does go wrong you will have enough time to fix it.

Besides Performance Alerts, there are also SharePoint Alerts that will let you know if Central Administration, SharePoint Timer Service or any site collection is not accessible, and Event alerts that will go off if the event you specified occurs in ULS, SQL, or Windows Event logs.

 

System Requirements

Software

  • Microsoft Windows 7 (with Service Pack 1), Windows 8, Windows 8.1, W
  • indows 10 or later are supported (64-bit only)Windows Server editions: Windows Server 2008 R2 – 2016, all editions
  • Please note that we do not recommend installing the application on a server which is part of a SharePoint farm.
  • Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 or higher

Hardware

  • CPU – any Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10 capable CPU with at least two cores
  • Memory – up to 512 MB (200 MB RAM while idle)
  • Disk – 250MB of available hard disk space
  • Index – we recommend minimum of 200GB disk space required to store the index containing all the data (ULS, SQL logs and Windows Event logs). However, this largely depends on your infrastructure and farm footprint. It is recommended to change the index location to a secondary drive.
  • 1366×768 or higher resolution video card

Database System

  • In order to run the SysKit Insights, you need a database. The SysKit Insights supports SQL Server databases only. SQL 2008 or better is supported.
  • User must have proper privileges to successfully run the application.

User Permission Requirements

  • Local administrator on all the machines you want to monitor. Both SharePoint and SQL server.
  • Minimum of db_datareader on a SharePoint’s Config database.
  • On a SQL server – public server role.
  • SysKit Insights relies on Active Directory to reach the names/addresses of the computer. So, the Service Account needs to have permission to read from AD.
  • After that it uses WMI to collect all the data. Classic WMI TCP/UDP ports are used.
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