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  • ADSelfService Plus login

    ADSelfService Plus login

  • Admin portal

    Dashboard

    Dashboard

    The efficacy of features offered in ADSelfService Plus relies on how the administrator has administered the feature to the Active Directory domain users and also on how often the user monitors the feature's functionality. ADSelfService Plus offers a streamlined admin portal with a sleek user interface. The portal lets admins configure the various features available in ADSelfService Plus and also customize feature functionality according to their requirements.

    Dashboard

    The Dashboard provides the admin with an overview of important user information like the number of locked-out users, users with expired passwords, and enrolled users. It also displays the number of self-service and identity verification actions performed by users.

  • Self-service policy configuration

    Self-service policy configuration

    Create self-service policies to enable self-service features based on users' domains, organizational units, and group memberships.

  • Multi-factor authentication

    Authenticators list

    Multi-factor authentication

    Over 15 authentication methods are available for admins to configure multi-factor authentication. The configured methods can be enabled for users belonging to specific self-service policies.

  • MFA for password reset and account unlock

    MFA for password reset and account unlock

    MFA can be enabled for self-service password reset and account unlock. The number of authentication factors and the type of authentication methods can also be set.

  • MFA for endpoints

    MFA for endpoints

    Admins can enable MFA for machine (Windows, macOS, and Linux), VPN, and OWA logins using the admin portal.

  • MFA for application logins

    MFA for application logins

    MFA can also be configured to secure access to the ADSelfService Plus admin and user portals and enterprise applications (via SSO).

  • Forced enrollment

    Forced enrollment

    In order to enroll users with the product, admins can force users to complete enrollment right after they log in to their workstations using logon scripts.

  • GINA, macOS, and Linux login agent installation

    GINA, macOS, and Linux login agent installation

    The ADSelfService Plus login agent can be installed on users' computers via the admin portal. Once installed, the login agent enables self-service password reset and account unlock from login screens along with MFA for machine logins.

  • Login Settings

    Login Settings

    Under the Login Settings section, you can find important settings that secure access to the ADSelfService Plus portal.

  • Connection Settings

    Connection Settings

    Secure connections between the ADSelfService Plus server and other entities the server may contact, like the user's machine, from the Connection Settings section.

  • Email and SMS settings

    Email and SMS settings

    In the Mail/SMS Server Settings section, you can configure the mail server to send notifications of self-service actions, password expiration, verification codes, and more via email.

  • Email and SMS settings

    Email and SMS settings

    In the Mail/SMS Server Settings section, you can configure the SMS provider to send notifications related to self-service actions, password expiration, verification codes, and more via SMS.

  • User portal

    User portal

    With ADSelfService Plus users are empowered to reset their passwords and unlock their accounts right from their web browser, login screen, or mobile device. The ADSelfService Plus user portal can also provides users a gateway to access SSO-enabled enterprise application. Users can also update their Active Directory profile information, subscribe to user groups, and search for employee information using the portal.

  • Feature screenshots

    Self-service password reset

    Self-service password reset

    In the self-service password reset page, the user provides their username and enters the CAPTCHA.

  • Self-service password reset

    Self-service password reset

    The user then verifies their identity using the multi-factor authentication methods configured by the admin.

  • Self-service password reset

    Self-service password reset

    Once their identity is verified, the user then enters the new password according to the password policy.

  • Self-service account unlock

    Self-service account unlock

    In the self-service account unlock page, the user enters their username and selects their domain.

  • Self-service account unlock

    Self-service account unlock

    The user then verifies their identity using the multi-factor authentication methods configured by the admin.

  • Endpoint multi-factor authentication

    MFA for machine logins

    Endpoint multi-factor authentication

    The user enters their domain credentials.

  • MFA for machine logins

    Endpoint multi-factor authentication

    The ADSelfService Plus window opens and the user then verifies their identity. Once authenticated, the user is logged in to the machine.

  • MFA for VPNs

    MFA for VPNs

    The user opens the VPN application, enters their VPN credentials, and logs in.

  • MFA for VPNs

    MFA for VPNs

    The user is then asked to enter the verification code according to the authentication method configured. Once authentication is complete, they are connected to the VPN.

  • MFA for OWA

    MFA for OWA

    The user enters their credentials in the Outlook Web Access login page.

  • MFA for OWA

    MFA for OWA

    The ADSelfService Plus multi-factor authentication page is loaded and the user has to verify their identity using multi-factor authentication methods configured by the admin. The user is then logged in.

  • Enterprise single sign-on

    From the user portal, the user can access the enterprise application configured for single sign-on from the Applications tab.

  • Password synchronization

    Password synchronization

    When resetting or changing their password using ADSelfService Plus, the user can choose the accounts they want to synchronize the password change with.

  • Password policy enforcer

    Password policy enforcer

    The administrator can configure a custom password policy enforcer that will be applied during password reset and change using the ADSelfService Plus portal along with native password changes (resets in the Active Directory Users and Computers console and changes using the Ctrl+Alt+Del console).

  • Password expiration notification

    Password expiration notification

    Admins can configure notifications that alert users on their impending password and account expiration and send them via email, SMS, and push notifications.

  • Conditional Access

    Conditional Access

    Admins can create conditional access rules to enable or disable access to features based on factors like IP address, device used, business hours, and geolocation.

  • Conditional Access

    Conditional Access

    The conditional access rule can be assigned to a specific set of users via self-service policies.

  • Directory self-update

    Directory self-update

    The user can update their Active Directory attributes via the Profile tab in the ADSelfService Plus user portal.

  • Employee search

    Employee search

    Users can search for employees in their organization via the Search Employee field at the top-right corner of the user portal.

  • Employee search

    Employee search

    The users can also use filters to narrow down the employee search.

  • Organization search

    Organization search

    The Organization Chart allows users to view other employees and their positions in the organizational hierarchy.

  • Password change

    Password change

    The user can change their domain password from the ADSelfService Plus user portal. The user has to ensure that the new password adheres to the password policy.

  • Group subscription

    Group subscription

    Users can subscribe to the Active Directory Groups of their preference using the ADSelfService Plus user portal.

ManageEngine ADSelfService Plus is an integrated self-service password management and multi-factor authentication solution. It offers self-service password reset and account unlock, endpoint multi-factor authentication for machines, VPN, and OWA logins, single sign-on to enterprise applications, Active Directory-based multi-platform password synchronization, password expiration notification, and password policy enforcer.

Benefits

  • Reduced help desk workload: Since end users can perform crucial actions like password reset and account unlock themselves, it reduces the workload on help desk admins. They can instead focus on the more critical tasks.
  • Secured endpoints: When machine, VPN, and OWA logins are secured through multi-factor authentication, stolen credentials cannot be used to breach your network. Also, using the Password Policy Enforcer, administrators can create and implement stringent password policies that require end users to create strong, complex passwords for domain user accounts and enterprise application accounts linked through password synchronization.
  • Alleviate password fatigue: With SSO in place, users only need to provide their login credentials once to access all their applications. Password synchronization ensures any changes to users' account passwords are applied across all the integrated applications.
  • Enhanced employee productivity: Users don't have to wait for the help desk to reset their passwords or unlock their accounts and have quick access to the resources they need. Users are also notified well before password expiration to change their passwords. This helps improve productivity.
  • Fine-grained customization: Administrators have the provision to build self-service policies that are customizable based on Active Directory OUs and groups. They can also choose from more than 15 different authentication methods to deploy multi-factor authentication.
  • Compliance with regulations: The Password Policy Enforcer, multi-factor authentication, and conditional access help meet the password and access control requirements of various compliance mandates such as NIST, the GDPR, and HIPAA.

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