Access Rights Manager (ARM) Public Training Class

This 3 (half) days virtual training class takes an in depth look at the installation, configuration and administration of SolarWinds Access Rights Manager.

The Access Rights Manager virtual training class will provide an introduction to ARM covering installation, system configuration and administration of the components that make up the ARM architecture.   The class will review important features, share best practices and provide instruction on some of the more  advanced admin configurations. The ARM training class will be led by a SolarWinds Certified Professional instructor with many years of experience in the field.

Class Content

Introduction to ARM
  • Scans and Loggas
  • Supported Technologies
  • Architecture and System Requirements
  • Installation and Configuration
  • Licensing
Scans Scheduling
  • Creating Domain AD Scans
  • Change Configuration Settings
Event Monitoring (Logga)
  • Using Logga for AD and File Servers
  • AD Audit Policy Settings
  • Alerts
The ARM Thick Client
  • Logging On
  • Manage Resources
  • ARM User Management
  • Account and Group Management
  • New Accounts / Groups
  • Reports
  • Using the Logbook
  • Scan Comparison
ARM Web Client (GrantMa)
  • Logging On
  • Accounts
  • Analyze & Act – Flexible Reports & Bulk Actions
  • Bulk Actions
  • Risk Assessment Dashboard
  • Department Profiles
  • Workflow Settings
Devolved Management
  • Organizational Categories
  • The Data Owner
  • The Requester
  • The Resources
  • Workflows
  • Processing Requests
  • The Manager Role
Templates
  • Design and Use

Meet the Instructor

Darryl Drinkwater

Darryl has spent the whole of his working career focused on the Management and Monitoring of IT Systems and networks, often within secured environments. He has been working with SolarWinds software for more than 20 years, and currently holds all 8 available SCP’s, as well as being a SolarWinds Channel Champion.

Darryl has a background in training and development, with a post-graduate award from Cambridge University and a Fellowship from the Learning & Performance Institute. He has an evangelists zeal for implementing consistent, accurate and effective system monitoring following ITIL guidelines.

A typical week for Darryl consists of 50% end-user training and 50% consultancy provision for clients of all sizes and across all industry sectors. Darryl is a frequent participant and invited speaker at trade shows and conferences.

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