Improve Discovery of User Permissions
With the ability to identify and track user and administrator activity across the tenant, you can effectively discover all Microsoft 365 user permissions from a single interface.
You can even identify documents with broken permission inheritance and take immediate action to address these broken permissions in a single click.
Create scheduled permissions discovery reports across Microsoft Teams, SharePoint sites, and more, either individually or by grouping objects together in bulk. These flexible reports offer filtering, sorting and exporting to Excel, so you can discover any changes to permissions, and introduce rules to alert you via email should permission changes occur.
Every single user is included in each permissions report – even if Active Directory Security Groups were used to grant permissions. With a comprehensive overview of every user who has permission to access your content, you can promptly control change and keep your Workspaces secure, while ensuring permission policy compliance across Microsoft 365.
Rapidly Respond to Audits
From membership changes, permission updates to establishing which sensitive documents have recently been accessed and by whom, detailed data can be swiftly accessed, negating the need for complex and time-consuming compliance and auditing tasks.
This impressive auditing feature also allows you to report on permissions on a global scale, as changes occur in your organisation. Bulk permission operations occur through scheduled jobs that don’t affect the performance of Teams or SharePoint and all audit reports can be exported in a readable format.
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