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Monitoring & Audit Configurations

Configuration Audit

A configuration management process that confirms the integrity of a systems product prior to delivery. There are two types of configuration audits:

Functional Audit

The objective of the functional audit is to provide an independent evaluation of a software product, verifying that its configuration items’ actual functionality and performance is consistent with the relevant requirement specification.

Physical Audit

The objective of the physical audit is to provide an independent evaluation of a software product’s configuration items to confirm that all components in the as-built version map to their specifications.

Additional Services

Functional Configuration Audit (FCA)

Physical Configuration Audit (PCA)

Privately Developed Item Audits

Enable DevOps

Consolidate tools

Eliminate complexity

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FAQs

Security auditing is a methodical examination and review of activities that may affect the security of a system. In the Windows operating systems, security auditing is more narrowly defined as the features and services that enable an administrator to log and review events for specified security-related activities.

Hundreds of events occur as the Windows operating system and the applications that run on it perform their tasks. Monitoring these events can provide valuable information to help administrators troubleshoot and investigate security-related activities.

Basic audit policy settings are not compatible with advanced audit policy settings that are applied by using Group Policy. When advanced audit policy settings are applied by using Group Policy, the current computer’s audit policy settings are cleared before the resulting advanced audit policy settings are applied. After you apply advanced audit policy settings by using Group Policy, you can only reliably set system audit policy for the computer by using the advanced audit policy settings.
Network Configuration Manager can manage network devices such as switches, routers, firewalls wireless access points and integrated access devices etc. from multiple vendors such as Cisco, Juniper, NetScreen, Juniper, NETGEAR, Dell, Foundry, Fortinet, ADTRAN, Enterasys, Huawei, Extreme, Proxim, Aruba and Blue Coat. It discovers network devices, builds up an inventory database and allows IT administrators to take control of configuring the devices from a central console. The web-based administrator console provides the User Interface to perform all the configuration operations. Additionally, it can be accessed from anywhere using any standard web browser.
Network Configuration Manager at present supports switches, routers, firewalls, wireless access points and integrated access devices. For new device support, send your request.