Active Directory Administration, Automations & Maintenance
AD is a industry standard and there is so much you can do with it. We are experience AD admins and developers and can deliver any type of maintenance, customization and integration.
Simplified user and network-resource management
Using Active Directory, you can build hierarchical information structures that make it easier for you to control administrative credentials and other security settings and that make it easier for your users to locate network resources, such as files and printers.
Flexible, secure authentication and authorization
Flexible and secure authentication and authorization services provide protection for data while minimizing barriers to doing business over the Internet. Active Directory supports multiple authentication protocols, such as the Kerberos V5 protocol, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) v3, and Transport Layer Security (TLS) using X.509 v3 certificates, and security groups that span domains efficiently.
You can organize and simplify the management of users, computers, applications, and devices, and make it easier for users to find the information they need. You can take advantage of synchronization support through Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)-based interfaces, and you can work with directory consolidation requirements specific to your applications.
Directory-enabled applications and infrastructure
Active Directory features make it easier for you to configure and manage applications and other directory-enabled network components.
Scalability without complexity
Active Directory scales to millions of objects per domain and uses indexing technology and advanced replication techniques to speed performance.
Use of Internet standards
Active Directory provides access through LDAP and uses a Domain Name System (DNS)-based namespace.
A powerful development environment
Active Directory provides a powerful development environment through Active Directory Service Interfaces (ADSI), which provides an object-oriented interface to Active Directory. ADSI makes it easy for programmers and administrators to create directory programs by using high-level tools such as Microsoft Visual Basic, Java, C, or Visual C++, without having to worry about the underlying differences between the different namespaces.
Replication and trust monitoring
Active Directory provides Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) classes to monitor whether domain controllers are successfully replicating Active Directory information and whether trusts are functioning properly.
Message Queuing distribution lists
Message Queuing (also known as MSMQ) enables you to send messages to distribution lists that are hosted in Active Directory.