Hybrid Active Directory, simple and secure with Quest Active Roles. Administrators struggle to keep up with requests to create, change or remove access with today’s hybrid AD environments and the limited capabilities of native tools of Microsoft Active Directory (AD) and Azure Active Directory (AAD). Thankfully, help has arrived. With One Identity Active Roles, you can solve your security issues and meet those never-ending compliance requirements by securing and protecting on-premise and cloud AD resources simply and efficiently. Overcomes native-tools limitations with Quest Active Roles. Manages identities for Exchange Online, Lync, SharePoint Online and many more. Provides a single, intuitive tool for hybrid environment. Active Roles is optimized to serve the needs of both on-premise AD and Azure AD in a hybrid deployment. It offers a single console, unified workflows, and a consistent administrative experience across the entire hybrid environment.
It eliminates the cumbersome, error-prone, and limited nature of using separate tools and manual processes. Quest Active Roles provides comprehensive privileged account management for Active Directory and Azure Active Directory, enabling you to control access through delegation using a least-privilege model. Based on defined administrative policies and associated permissions, it generates and strictly enforces access rules, eliminating the errors and inconsistencies common with native approaches to hybrid AD management. Plus, with Quest Active Roles you get robust and personalized approval procedures establish an IT process and oversight consistent with business requirements, with responsibility chains that complement the automated management of directory data. It also automates the process of reassigning and removing user access rights in AD, AAD and AD-joined systems to ensure an efficient and secure administrative process over the user and group life cycles.
Quest Active Roles — Day-To-Day Directory Management
With Quest Active Roles — you can easily manage all of the following for both the on-premise and Azure AD environments. Exchange recipients, including mailbox/OCS assignment, creation, movement, deletion, permissions and distribution list management. Computers, including shares, printers, local users and groups. Active Directory and Azure Active Directory. Quest Active Roles also includes intuitive interfaces for improving day-to-day administration and help-desk operations of the hybrid AD/AAD environment via both an MMC snap-in and a web interface. It also automates the process of reassigning and removing user access rights in AD, AAD and AD-joined systems (including user and group de-provisioning) to ensure an efficient and secure administrative process over the user and group lifetimes. When a user’s access needs to be changed or removed, updates are made automatically across all relevant systems and applications in the hybrid AD/AAD environment.
Future-Proof Your Tactical IAM Projects
Transform your IAM obstacles into enablers of success. It’s often thought that identity and access management (IAM) is a term that is reserved for large-scale, strategic projects that focus on governance, enterprise provisioning and privileged account management (PAM). Without question, these things are very important and deserve a high level of attention, budget and effort. However, there is another layer of IAM that addresses the more tactical, day-to-day activities such as enabling users to gain access to the systems and applications they need to perform their jobs. And while these functions are essential for business productivity, it’s important to properly implement them so they don’t become obstacles to your overall IAM success. Learn about the most common IAM project types and the obstacles that can impede them, as well as proven, tactical strategies to help you overcome the potential barriers to success.
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