The ability to backup NTFS permissions from the command line using a list of file paths, greatly reducing the time needed to use the command-line backup and making it a more portable solution.
- In addition, the ability to view account Security Identifiers (SIDs) graphically from within the main interface has been included to ease security troubleshooting.
- The latest release of Security Explorer is also fully internationalized and has the ability to handle multi-byte character sets.
- When searching for permissions in Security Explorer you can now specify local and global groups for a complete solution.
- The interface has also been modified to include an address bar for advanced users to quickly reference the locations they need.
- Security Explorer features a way of renaming groups and users that is intuitive and easy to use.
- Security Explorer now offers the ability to remove servers from its licensing that have been decommissioned or were accidentally managed.
- Security Explorer can be launched from any folder by using the right-click functionality of the product.
- Security Explorer now fully supports the inheritance model for security in Windows 2000 and later operating systems and the extended permissions that are now part of those operating systems.
- Security Explorer is now Unicode compliant.
- Distribution of Security Explorer is provided in the Windows Installer format to provide robust, self-repairing and easily distributable packages.