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Restoring/Undeleting a GPO

Posted February 24, 2012    Morgan Holm

Have you ever needed to undelete or rollback a GPO, but realized you forgot to back it up or could not remember what changes were made to it? Well, we have had many customers with the same problem. That’s why BeyondTrust Recovery for Active Directory also supports group policy objects (GPO). When group policies are deleted or changed, PowerBroker captures the changes and versions the GPO behind the scenes—so you don’t have to. You can then use the native GPMC interface to recover (with the GPOLNKS), rollback and compare GPO versions.

PowerBroker Auditor for Active Directory also supports AD integration, DNS and ADLDS/ADAM as well. So you get the maximum coverage from a single solution. 

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Making Windows Endpoints the Least of your Worries

Posted September 2, 2015    Nick Cavalancia

We’re all concerned that someday an external hacker will try to gain access to your company’s critical data and systems. The problem? Your endpoints – both your workstations and servers – bypass (and often leave) the safety and security of your environment daily.

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Why Customers Choose PowerBroker: Low Total Cost of Ownership

Posted September 2, 2015    Scott Lang

In a survey of more than 100 customers, those customers indicated that BeyondTrust’s low powerbroker-difference-2total cost of ownership was a competitive differentiator versus other options in the privileged account management market.

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Passwords: A Hacker’s Best Friend

Posted September 1, 2015    Larry Brock

After all the years of talk about biometrics and multi-factor authentication, we still have passwords and will likely have them for a long time. Because many “high risk” systems require complex passwords (zk7&@1c6), most people that use them believe their passwords are secure. But they aren’t.

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