If your company uses Microsoft Active Directory to manage user accounts and groups, you can enable those user accounts and groups access to Deep Discovery Director.
Microsoft Active Directory Integration has to be configured before an Active Directory user account or group can be added.
For details, see Microsoft Active Directory Integration.
Deep Discovery Director syncs Microsoft Active Directory user accounts and groups every 24 hours. User accounts or groups that are removed from the Active Directory server will be removed from Deep Discovery Director after syncing with the Active Directory server.
If a Microsoft Active Directory user is a member of one or more groups, the user's level of access in Deep Discovery Director is determined by the highest level of access granted to the user's Deep Discovery Director account or any group the user is a member of.
The Add Account screen appears.
Matching user accounts and groups are displayed in the results table.
User accounts are not displayed in the results table if:
The user account's User Principle Name (UPN) is not specified on the Active Directory server
The user account is disabled on the Active Directory server
The Active Directory email address of the user account or group will be used on Deep Discovery Director.
Administrator: Users with this role have full access to all management console features.
Operator: Users with this role have read-only access to all management console features.