AD groups play a crucial role in the IAM strategy of any Windows-based organization as they are used to regulate user access to several resources, including email communication groups. However, the sheer number of groups and the frequency with which users' roles change in an organization make group management a challenging task.
ADSelfService Plus supports a self-service group management system through which users can opt in to and opt out of selected security and distribution groups on their own, provided they satisfy the group subscription policies prescribed by their IT administrators.
Quite often, users find themselves emailing or calling the help desk to request access to a particular email group. With a bit of research on the organizational hierarchy or departmental roles, administrators can easily identify the email groups that a user would need in their line of duty. These groups can be made available to end users with a group subscription policy.
Here are some star features of self-service group management:
By deploying a self-service tool for AD group membership changes, you can:
Free Active Directory users from attending lengthy help desk calls by allowing them to self-service their password resets/ account unlock tasks. Hassle-free password change for Active Directory users with ADSelfService Plus ‘Change Password’ console.
Get seamless one-click access to 100+ cloud applications. With enterprise single sign-on, users can access all their cloud applications with their Active Directory credentials. Thanks to ADSelfService Plus!
Intimate Active Directory users of their impending password/account expiry by mailing them these password/account expiry notifications.
Synchronize Windows Active Directory user password/account changes across multiple systems, automatically, including Office 365, G Suite, IBM iSeries and more.
Ensure strong user passwords that resist various hacking threats with ADSelfService Plus by enforcing Active Directory users to adhere to compliant passwords via displaying password complexity requirements.