Netwrix Change Notifier for Group Policy

Audits Group Policy changes and sends reports to administrator

Group Policy change auditing is highly important for all organizations utilizing Group Policy in their IT environments. Native Group Policy management tools don't offer built-in auditing capabilities. Manual audit of changes made to security policies, desktop configurations, software deployment and other settings can be time consuming, unsecure and error-prone. Netwrix Change Notifier for Group Policy is a free tool that makes Group Policy auditing and change reporting convenient and easy to implement. The reports generated by this product reports changes made to GPOs, GPO links, audit policy, password policy, software deployment with additional setting-level change details.

Changes: Major release, for the list of the features see the product website

Minimum requirements: Internet Explorer 6.0, .Net Framework 2.0 or later

Operating system: WinXP,WinVista,WinVista x64,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Win2000,WinServer

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