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OVERVIEW

Micro Focus File Reporter (formerly Novell File Reporter) inventories network file systems and delivers the detailed file storage intelligence you need to optimize and secure your network for efficiency and compliance.

Top Ten Reasons You Should Use File Reporter
Top Reasons Top Ten Reasons You Should Use File Reporter
  • Security reports: Assigned Windows and OES permissions, permissions by path, and permissions by identity.
  • Data reports: Summary, disk quota, storage cost, and comparison reports.
  • Built-in reports: 20 easy-to-generate security and data report types.
  • Custom Query Reports: Create customized reports using a series of SQL commands.
  • Graphical analytics: Analyze data quickly using a variety of graphical tools.
MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Database
Microsoft SQL Server or PostreSQL
Engine
Windows Server 2008 R2 or greater
Windows agent
Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 or greater
Linux agent
Open Enterprise Server 11 SP2 or greater
HIGHLIGHTS
Flexible reporting options pinpoint the information you need

Identify the precise file storage or file security information you need through 20 built-in reports or Custom Query Reports.

Flexible reporting options pinpoint the information you need
A mandatory tool for compliance-burdened organizations

File Reporter helps you quickly discover who in the organization has access to a particular folder or file on the network and how that access was derived. Determine every file that a specific user can access.

A mandatory tool for compliance-burdened organizations
Intelligence to optimize storage for efficiency and compliance

Generate reports detailing the files being stored on potentially petabytes of network storage. Use this information to then initiate measures to retain, restrict access to, move, archive, or delete the data.

Intelligence to optimize storage for efficiency and compliance
A critical component of a file analysis strategy

An objective of file analysis is getting your “data glut” under control. It begins with defining the contents of your “dark data,” and then determining which files to retain, which files to archive, and which files to delete.

A critical component of a file analysis strategy
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