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Through Active Directory identity-based policies, Senergy automates the following:
- Home folders
- Profile paths
- Remote Desktop Services home folders
- Remote Desktop Services profile paths
- User auxiliary home folders
- Collaborative home folders
- Security analysis
- Quota management
- Storage relocation
- Storage load balancing
- Storage redistribution
- Content analysis
- Storage reporting
- File grooming
- Immediate or deferred home folder deletion
- Home folder vaulting
- Filtered file removal prior to vaulting
How can Senergy help address my organization’s mandates for compliance to industry and government regulations?
Senergy enables you to you demonstrate regulatory compliance for data retention, security, and access.
First, you can specify, within the Active Directory identity-based policies themselves, where user and collaborative storage will reside. This could be on shares or servers where sensitive corporate data is not stored.
Additionally, Senergy lets you set and then the product enforces file system rights when the user home folder and collaborative storage folders are created. Full Control is not a default right that Senergy grants to the user and thus, prevents potential security threats. If users have been previously been given Full Control, or any other right you wish to revoke, you can simply perform a Manage Operation in Senergy to enforce all users into compliance with the rights as indicated in the policy.
Finally, Senergy lets you indicate when and where to vault the user home folders when users leave the organization. With this knowledge, you can easily retrieve and restore this data when needed.
First of all, let’s define what we mean by “collaborative storage.” Collaborative storage is a shared storage area where a group of people in an organization can collaborate by sharing files. For example, a cross-functional project team in an organization might need a collaborative storage area where all members could access and submit project files.
Senergy lets you easily create collaborative storage areas through collaborative storage policies that you can assign to group objects or to an organizational unit (also known as a container). You can structure the collaborative storage in one of two ways:
- Creating a single project folder where all project members have access and have the same rights.
- Creating a project folder with a specified owner. The project folder has subfolders for each of the members of the group. This configuration is done through a process called “Dynamic Template Processing.”
Senergy works with Active Directory to ensure that only members of the Group object have access to collaborative storage. As new members are added to the group, they are automatically granted access to the collaborative storage. As members are removed, they are denied access, but the files that they submitted to the collaborative storage folder remain.
The Cross-Empire Data Migration subsystem is intended for those customers that are undergoing a migration project from one platform to another. We recognize that this feature is not needed by all customers, so we have decided to only make this feature available to those customers that actually need it.
The product may be purchased and delivered through one of the many great Condrey Corporation partners and resellers. A list of Condrey Corporation partners and resellers is available here.
To enable collaborative storage or auxiliary storage management, you must extend the Active Directory schema to enable Senergy attributes. If you do not intend to have Senergy manage collaborative storage or auxiliary storage, there is no need to extend the Active Directory schema.
Note: You extend the Active Directory schema using SchemaTool.exe