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ObserveIT has many special features that make it the ultimate enterprise-class user activity recording and auditing technology solution. But here are the top 5 that make us stand out as unique and powerful.

Authorization Manager

Authorization Manager has been improved in the Windows Server® 2008 operating system with several new features and improvements. Authorization Manager provides a flexible framework for integrating role-based access control into applications. It enables administrators who use those applications to provide access through assigned user roles that relate to job functions. Authorization Manager applications store authorization policy in the form of authorization stores that are stored in Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS), Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS), XML files, or SQL databases

BitLocker Drive Encryption

BitLocker™ Drive Encryption (BitLocker) is a security feature in the Windows Vista® and Windows Server® 2008 operating systems that can provide protection for the operating system on your computer and data stored on the operating system volume. In Windows Server 2008, BitLocker protection can be extended to volumes used for data storage as well.

Encrypting File System

Encrypting File System (EFS) is a powerful tool for encrypting files and folders on client computers and remote file servers. It enables users to protect their data from unauthorized access by other users or external attackers.

Security Configuration

With the Security Configuration Wizard (SCW), you can reduce the attack surface of a computer running the Windows Server® 2008 operating system by customizing the security settings of server roles.

What does the Security Configuration Wizard do?

The Security Configuration Wizard (SCW) guides you through the process of creating, editing, applying, or rolling back a security policy. It provides an easy way to create or modify a security policy for your server based on its role. You can then use Group Policy to apply the security policy to multiple target servers that perform the same role. You can also use SCW to roll back a policy to its prior configuration for recovery purposes. With SCW, you can compare a server's security settings with a desired security policy to check for vulnerable configurations in the system. The version of SCW in Windows Server 2008 includes more server role configurations and security settings than the version of SCW in Windows Server 2003. Also, by using the version of SCW in Windows Server 2008, you can:

Disable unneeded services based on the server role.
Remove unused firewall rules and constrain existing firewall rules.
Define restricted audit policies.

Once a security policy is created with SCW, you can use the Scwcmd command-line tool to: Apply the policy to one or more servers. Roll back policies.
Analyze and view an SCW policy on multiple servers, including compliance reports that can show any discrepancies in the configuration of a server.
Transform an SCW policy into a Group Policy object (GPO) for centralized deployments and management by using Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS).

User Account Control

User Account Control (UAC) is a new security component of the Windows Server® 2008 and Windows Vista® operating systems.

What does User Account Control do?

UAC allows an administrator to enter credentials during a non-administrator's user session to perform occasional administrative tasks without having to switch users, log off, or use the Run as command. UAC also can also require administrators to specifically approve applications that will make "system-wide" changes before those applications are allowed to run, even in the administrator's user session.

Who will be interested in this feature?

Understanding the operation of UAC is important for the following groups:

IT security professionals