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Userlock 8.5

Access Control Management to Windows Server Network

UserLock sets and enforces enhanced logon controls for all authenticated users.  This customised user access policy helps stop inappropriate user access to a Windows network and the resources contained within.

Secure authenticated users logon and protect your network

In today’s enterprise it is often authenticated users (or those with whom they share their login) who are considered to be one of the biggest network security risks.  Whether dealing with unintentional, careless or malicious activity, all authenticated users access must be better controlled to help prevent security breaches from this insider threat.

User Logons are the first line of access – and defense - in protecting a Windows based network.  Whilst native Windows Active Directory provides basic network logon security – checking credentials supplied match user profiles - it’s vital to build on this with further protection to what all authenticated users can do.

A Customised User Access Policy

With UserLock a comprehensive matrix of access rules automatically permits or denies user logins and ensure that persons logging into the system are who they say they are.  

Enhanced Security Controls

The prevention of concurrent logins, contextual access restrictions and real-time monitoring and alerts of all access events are crucial measures in protecting a Windows network but have proven cumbersome (and even impossible) to achieve through native features alone.

Granular access restrictions

UserLock sets restrictions that consider each session type (including Wi-Fi, VPN and IIS session control) allowing IT to monitor and respond to any suspicious behavior on PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone.  

Centralised Access Control

Restrictions can also be set by user, user group or organisational unit (OU).  Setting restrictions for an entire group saves considerable time and helps IT implement effective login controls that can’t be achieved in native Windows functionality.