Tag: windows-server

Are you listening to your logs? Part 2: Low disk space

In the first part of this blog series, we saw how monitoring slow server response times in your network can help detect denial-of-service (DoS) attacks. In this blog, we look at how logs can detect an operational issue such as low disk space in your Windows servers. Disk space, also known as disk capacity, refers […]

Microsoft Patch Tuesday updates for July 2019

The much awaited Microsoft Patch Tuesday updates for July 2019 are here. If you’re a sysadmin, you probably know what this means for you: a week full of testing and deploying updates and troubleshooting patch failures, and then another week or so of waiting for hotfixes to mend issues in patches that were already released […]

ADAudit Plus Voted WindowSecurity.com Readers’ Choice Winner

Talk about a wonderful holiday gift: Leading Windows security resource site, WindowSecurity.com, recently announced that ManageEngine ADAudit Plus was voted the winner in the  Network Auditing category of the 2014 WindowSecurity.com Readers’ Choice Awards . Better still, ADAudit Plus garnered 25 percent of the votes cast. To put that in perspective, we received almost twice as many votes as the first runner-up.

Monitoring of Active Directory Changes Made Easy

​ ​ There are some things that Microsoft builds into their product that are just amazing, while other things that are just pathetic! When it comes to monitoring Active Directory, we have both. However, by using the good and supplementing the bad with other options, a fantastic solution can be achieved! ​ The Good and Bad of Active Directory Monitoring ​ The good that Microsoft provides with regard to Active Directory monitoring is with regard to the detailed logs that can be generated