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August 24 2016
System Frontier v1.16.6080.17975 has just been released. Check out the changelog to see all the new features and enhancements that you can start taking advantage of today.
July 7 2016
Multiple credential support is finally available with the 1.16 release of System Frontier. Now you can manage Windows servers in multiple domains, trusted or untrusted, as well as workgroups, all from a single console.

Many other fixes and improvements are included as well.
January 18 2016
It's 2016... Are you still waking up at 3 AM to do break/fix work? System Frontier 1.13.1 is available today and with it comes even more reliable RBAC for Windows server and workstation management.
Also new, no more "per user" licensing costs! Pay only for the objects being managed and delegate admin rights to as many users as you need in your organization. Try it for FREE.
August 6 2015
System Frontier 1.12.5 has been released. Several new features and some major performance improvements have been added.
Privileged Access Management is much easier with the flexible role model in System Frontier. Join other top companies today and improve your security strategy with this solution.
February 2 2015
Check out the latest version of System Frontier, released today. With this release, more granular permissions are even easier to configure, like only allowing a role to see specific processes, scheduled tasks or services.

Are you enforcing a least privilege approach for Windows server and workstation management in your environment yet?
December 7 2014
System Frontier 1.9.5 has been released today. New features to improve delegation of scheduled task management have been added, along with several other updates and improvements based on customer feedback.
Organizations around the globe, across healthcare, financial, energy and other sectors, have chosen System Frontier as part of their privileged management and IT support strategy. Use the contact form now to get the conversation started.
September 14 2014
A completely redesigned installer fixes many issues that many users have encountered. Several new features have been added and many issues have been resolved in the 1.9.0 release.

Whether you need to delegate rights to run PowerShell from a web interface or give your Help desk staff the tools they need to support your Windows servers and workstations - give System Frontier a try. Check out for more information on pricing and features.
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June 1 2014
Several issues have been resolved, mostly around scheduled task management, in the 1.8.4 release of System Frontier.
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March 28 2014
New features have been added and several issues have been resolved in the 1.8.0 release today.
Local account management now includes the ability to reset passwords. Things like vendor management and service desk empowerment are much easier and more secure with System Frontier.
January 31 2014
Ever need to give temporary access to a support person or vendor only to forget to remove it when they are done? With System Frontier 1.7, a new temporal constraint feature has been added that lets you configure an expiration date for any delegated permission.
Download a free trial today and see how easy it is delegate granular access control to your Windows servers.
January 1 2014
Happy New Year to all from Noxigen. Look for more innovation and great things to come in 2014.
November 13 2013
Several issues have been resolved and some new improvements added in the 1.6.4 release of System Frontier. Check out the changelog and download a free trial today.
September 29 2013
With the release of System Frontier 1.6 today, now you can create and modify scheduled tasks across Windows Server 2003, 2008 and 2012 from a single web interface.
 Easily delegate rights to non-administrators to modify only certain tasks based on the task name.
Do you have other web based tools in-house that store information about your servers? Link to them directly from System Frontier using context-sensitive http links. See all the new features.


System Frontier bridges the gap between IT operations, information security and the business. System Frontier has been giving IT admins the ability to easily delegate granular rights to specific objects on a server or workstation using role based access control since 2012.

All rights are centrally managed and fully audited to make it much easier to see what was done on any given system and by who. Eliminate the guesswork. Eliminate admin rights.


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Here's a partial list of features and rights you can delegate:
- Start, stop, create and modify scheduled tasks
- View local users and groups
- Enable or unlock local users
- Reset password for local users
- View all or only specific event logs
- Start and stop Windows services (Terminate hung service process)
- Terminate processes
- Remote reboot (with required reason)
- Filter permissions to specific services, processes, tools, scripts and tasks by name
- Apply permissions to specific computers or containers for easier management
- Run any script or command-line tool and capture its output
- Temporal constraints (Configure an automatic expiration date for any permission)
- View audit history of all actions taken on any computer to see "who, what and when"
- Easily run audit reports to see what type of access exists for all systems
- Add any custom attribute to a server to store extra information about it
- Launch an RDP session right from your browser when viewing a computer

How does it work?

Instead of giving users direct access to your servers or workstations with local administrator rights, access is proxied through System Frontier via an an easy-to-use web interface. Delegated admins only have access to view or modify what you have granted rights for them to do using RBAC policies.

Click on the image to see a high level diagram of how System Frontier works.
System Frontier High Level Architecture

Delegate Admin Rights

How many people in your organization have full administrator access to servers? With System Frontier, you can finally have total control over the security of your data using an intuitive web based console.

Now your Help Desk, Developers, 24/7 Operations staff and even non-technical staff can manage their own systems while your Windows administrators and engineers focus on the next big project or more proactive work.

Avoiding the next breach is great, but you can also save in labor by delegating to your first level support tier. See the cost benefit with the ROI Savings Calculator.

Audit and Compliance Reporting

A history of all actions taken in System Frontier is stored in the database. Now you can easily and accurately report on the type of access any user has and what they've done. Trying to accomplish this with native Windows Server mechanisms is cumbersome and nearly impossible in most scenarios.

Leverage Your Existing Tools

Scripting and automation have been extremely powerful tools for many system administrators over the years. If terms like PowerShell, VBScript, batch files or "command-line arguments" actually make you perk up in your seat - then System Frontier will help you take it to the next level.

You can import command-line tools or scripts (PowerShell, VBScript, etc...) then give any role access to execute them on specific systems, with the users in that role not needing admin rights on the target systems.