How to Simplify Active Directory Using rDirectory
Managing your organisations Active Directory is challenging. Using Namescape rDirectory’s management tools, for Microsoft Active Directory, the task is greatly simplified. rDirectory uses your existing schema to create custom web applications, taking advantage of virtually any class, attribute and relationship already present in Microsoft Active Directory. All this is achieved without additional programming. (Namescape, 2015)
The Active Directory tools of rDirectory allow you to apply a custom look and feel, to Active Directory for the entire organisation. One of the strengths of rDirectory is that it enables users to locate and access the current information about services, resources and people. Additionally, users can navigate and explore organisational relationships.
To understand how rDirectory makes it easier to administer the Active Directory, let’s take a look at the primary features provided by this fantastic tool.
Instant Active Directory searches results Search active directory for any resource using the customizable search application supplied with rDirectory, and
display the results in the format that suits your business requirement.
Complete Group Management
Create, modify or delete the group memberships, and settings. Also, receive email notifications of group activity and even allow self-subscription to
Role-based, self-service editing with data integrity controls
Securely grant users the ability to create, edit and delete information in Active Directory. Using rDirectory’s expanded role-based access control system, you
can give them as much (or as little) access as needed.
Template based Account provisioning
rDirectory safely delegates account creation and automatic Exchange and Home Folder provisioning, using customizable Create templates.
rDirectory Activity Reporting
Quickly track, audit and report on any activity in rDirectory with instant filtering, in-depth drill down and easy to read summaries.
Supported Authentication Modes
The following authentication modes are built into rDirectory:
– Forms authentication
– Anonymous access
– Integrated Windows authentication
The following browsers are supported by rDirectory
– Microsoft IE 7.0 or later
– Safari 5.0.3 or later
– Mozilla Firefox 3.6.3 or later
– Chrome 8.0 or later
– Opera 10.62 or later
rDirectory has introduced a set of active directory management tools for use in any environment. Be it a locked-down internal network or an internet kiosk.
rDirectory uses your existing schema to create custom web applications, taking advantage of virtually any class, attribute and relationship already present in
the Active Directory.
Namescape, 2015. Available: rDirectory product sheet [May 2016]