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External identity stores (such as Windows Active Directory) are common deployments today in enterprise environments for user management, authentication, and provisioning. Therefore, leveraging the AD (Active Directory) setup while implementing security controls for your organization saves a lot of time in the onboarding process.
Password Manager Pro's AD and LDAP integration capabilities enable quick user importation. The database constantly synchronizes with the directory, and is automatically updated whenever users are added or removed in AD. In addition, Active Directory's authentication and single sign-on capabilities can be extended to Password Manager Pro, letting users log on with their AD or LDAP credentials. Moreover, users logged on to their Windows applications already can log on to Password Manager Pro without supplying credentials.
When you can replicate AD groups and organizational units (OUs) as user groups in Password Manager Pro, password sharing operations are a lot easier. For instance, you can quickly allocate passwords in bulk to users based on AD groups, such as database passwords to database admins, and root passwords to UNIX admins.