Security Group Reports

Security groups provide a convenient way to organize users and resources, making it easier to manage permissions for various objects within an Active Directory domain. They also simplify user management, as users can be added or removed from groups to grant or revoke permissions on multiple resources simultaneously. These reports include details about local groups, global groups, universal groups, and built-in security groups.:

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All Security Groups Report

The report titled "All Security Groups" provides a comprehensive list of all security groups present in the domain, encompassing built-in, local, global, and universal groups.
Select Domain > Groups tab > Security Groups

AD Reports All Security Groups Report

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Built-in Security Groups Report

"Built-in Security Groups" are created by default when an Active Directory domain is set up. They serve specific purposes, such as assigning administrative privileges or permissions to predefined resources.
Select Domain > Groups tab > Built-in Security Groups

AD Reports Built-in Security Groups Report

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Local Security Groups Report

"Local Security Groups" are security groups that exist on individual computers in a Windows domain. Local groups are used to grant permissions to resources specific to that computer only.
Select Domain > Groups tab > Local Security Groups

AD Reports Local Security Groups Report

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Global Security Groups Report

"Global Security Groups" are used to organize users from the same domain into logical groups. They can be used to assign permissions to resources that are located in the same domain where the global group is created.
Select Domain > Groups tab > Global Security Groups

AD Reports Global Security Groups Report

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Universal Security Groups Report

"Universal Security Groups" are used to organize users and global groups from multiple domains in a Windows forest. They are mainly used to assign permissions to resources that span across multiple domains.
Select Domain > Groups tab > Universal Security Groups

AD Reports Universal Security Groups Report

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