MetaVis Security Manager for SharePoint

One of the problems SharePoint Administrators and Site Owners face during their job is to efficiently manage SharePoint security across multiple site collections and server farms, possibly across multiple user directories: active directory domains, federated directories like ADFS or database user directories for form based authentication. MetaVis Security Manager for SharePoint is designed to simplify these activities.

Specifically, MetaVis Security Manager for SharePoint allows its users to perform the following functions:

  • Browse, add, edit and delete groups, users, permissions and permission levels in a visual hierarchical structure of site collections, sites, lists and individual items in a single GUI for multiple server farms, domains and site collections.
  • Copy groups, users, permissions and permission levels between server farms, site collections, sites, lists and individual items possible across different user directories (LDAP, ADFS, RDBMS).
  • Manage permissions for multiple SharePoint objects at the same time.
  • Compare objects permissions.
  • Discover and resolve potential security problems in multi-server farm environments like disabled users with granted permissions, broken chain of permission inheritance, etc.
  • Analyze who has access to what in a multi-server farm and multi-site collection environment. Discover what objects could be accessed by certain users or groups.

MetaVis Security Manager for SharePoint supports SharePoint 2007 and 2010 environments, connects to SharePoint from remote computers, does not require server side installations and supports managing hosted SharePoint environments like Microsoft Office 365.

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