Posts Tagged ‘Active Directory’

MetaVis Feature of the Day: Cleaning up SharePoint Users

June 13, 2014

MetaVis platform includes Orphaned Users report that can find all users in site collection or server farm who are deleted or disabled in the corporate Active Directory. There are several scenarios that could lead to such inconsistency. First, users could be disabled in the Active Directory by mistake and it should be fixed. Also, the users might not be with the organization anymore. In this case, MetaVis offers tools (both interactive and static reports) to analyze permissions that users still have in the site collection and either remove these “orphaned” permissions or transfer them to a new user.

There is also a Content Inventory report that can identify the content owned by the orphaned user. Administrators can keep the ownership of the content for the historical tracking purposes, transfer the content ownership to the other user in the company, potentially even relocating the content to the other location like OneDrive personal workspace. Administrators can alternatively archive the content that belong to the orphaned user to free more storage and improve service usability.

All these functions work to on-premises and hosted SharePoint versions 2007, 2010 and 2013 (without the need to install anything on the server farm) as well for Office 365 tenancies.

Please visit http://www.metavistech.com/product/security-manager-sharepoint for more information about MetaVis Security Manager for SharePoint.

Please visit http://www.metavistech.com/category/architect-suite for more information about MetaVis Architect Suite for SharePoint.

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