Quest One Management Console for Unix

Identity management for Unix that streamlines access

Easily manage difficult Unix tasks via a powerful Web-based, multi-platform console.

Quest One Management Console for Unix empowers you to manage local Unix/Linux/Mac users and groups remotely. It simplifies the access process and streamlines many of your complex Unix management tasks. This powerful Web-based, multi-platform console enables you to report on key Unix identities, privileged access and policy information. And, with the Quest One Privilege Manager for Sudo, it also provides you with a common management interface for optimized functionality to sudo.

Features

  • Centrally manage Unix users and groups – Allows you to manage local Unix/Linux/Mac users and groups remotely, replacing the error-prone and time-consuming process of box-by-box management. Key capabilities include:
    • A single, centralized management console that helps you find and manage existing local Unix users and groups, and enables you to create new local Unix users and groups throughout your environment
    • The ability to empower your organization to securely manage local Unix user and group data over SSH
    • The ability to run the management console from your Unix, Windows, Mac or Linux  platforms, as well as from the most common browsers
  • Account reporting – Enables you to quickly and easily generate granular reports for auditors with details on Unix identity, including local Unix users, local user conflicts, all members of specific Unix groups and more. It also helps you uncover rogue or unused local accounts that could present security risks.
  • Migration and deployment – Provides information to help you determine which systems are ready for advanced functionality (e.g., Active Directory bridge technologies) with a bird’s-eye view of all local Unix accounts and system parameters.
  • Management of Dell One Privilege Manager for Sudo – Enables your organization to integrate with Privilege Manager for Sudo to support keystroke logging, replay and reporting; remote sudo plug-in installation and configuration; and centralized sudoers policy management.
  • Privileged account management reporting – Allows you to get a centralized view of policy, access and usage information, including access to keystroke logs, across a variety of sudo-enabled Unix/Linux systems.
  • Role-based access control (RBAC) – Helps your organization enforce separation of duties by granularly defining which users can use specific Management Console for Unix capabilities based on roles defined in Active Directory.

Specifications

The Management Console for Unix is browser-agnostic (supporting Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari) and can be run from any Windows, Mac, Unix or Linux workstation.

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Quest One Management Console for Unix

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Quest One Management Console for Unix

Quest One Management Console for Unix

 

Quest One Management Console for Unix

Quest One Management Console for Unix

 

Quest One Management Console for Unix

Quest One Management Console for Unix