|Devising an enterprise-wide privilege access scheme for Windows systems can be complex. For example, each Window system object has its own access control list and the myriad of OS level rights and integrity levels which can vary by Windows version. For Windows environments it is critical that organizations can delegate administration and establish granular privileges quickly and efficiently. By doing so, IT can restrict administrators so that they can access the servers and resources required to perform their job, and only during the approved times to perform specific tasks.
This white paper examines the security, compliance and efficiency issues surrounding least privilege management for Windows servers, and explains where native Windows tools fall short.
Windows Least Privilege Management and Beyond
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