Microsoft Active Directory and LDAP Integration

Microsoft Active Directory (AD) is the directory service provider that supports LDAP for Windows operating systems. It lists all elements in the administered network such as user accounts, servers, workstations, shared folders or printers.

  • Its primary objective is to provide centralized identification and authentication services to a network of machines using the Windows operating system. 
  • It is used by administrators to attribute and apply strategies, distribute software and install critical upgrades.
  • It enables users to locate shared resources easily and administrators to monitor usage thanks to functionalities that store information, distribute, duplicate, partition and secure access. 

To manage access rights to corporate resources, customers can:

  • Integrate their Microsoft Active Directory (AD) directory service in Product name - ev itsm.png and use the authentication and authorization mechanism of this directory -  Open url.png See LDAP authentication.
  • Use the Product name - ev itsm.png native access rights management tool.

Supported Versions

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2003 2003 R2 2008 2008 R2 2012 2012 R2 2016
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