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ADManager Plus—the web-based solution for managing Active Directory, Exchange, Office 365, and more—supports granting access through smart card-based authentication.
The following methods can be used to log in to ADManager Plus:
Provisioning multiple AD users in Office 365 is a breeze with ADManager Plus. Just import a CSV file to specify the AD users, and the tool sends those users' required attributes to Azure Active Directory-based Office 365 to create their Office 365 accounts.
When users attempt to access ADManager Plus' web-interface, they can proceed only after completing smart card logon in the machine, that is, by presenting their smart cards and entering their PINs. ADManager Plus' web-interface supplements smart card technology with SSL communication. So, the user is prompted to specify the X.509 certificate to get access.
Users can choose to provide the certificate from the smart card or the local certificate store, in which case ADManager Plus performs the steps to authenticate the user with the certificate. Users can also decline to provide the certificate and the software will take them to the usual login page for authentication.
ADManager Plus is a one-stop solution to manage Windows Active Directory, Exchange Server, Office 365, G Suite, and Skype for Business (Lync). It offers a wide variety of features—bulk user management, automation of routine AD tasks, more than 150 preconfigured reports, role-based help desk delegation, customizable workflow, CSV and template-based user management, and more—that make IT management a breeze. Furthermore, its iOS and Android apps ensure that you are in control of your AD even while you are on the move. Download a free 30-day trial of ADManager Plus now.