Utilize Active Directory’s authentication, single sign-on and group policy capabilities, including on Linux, UNIX and Mac systems.
The BeyondTrust Active Directory Bridge centralizes authentication for Linux, UNIX and Mac by extending Kerberos authentication and Active Directory’s single sign-on capabilities to these platforms. You can also use BeyondTrust Active Directory Bridge on these non-Windows platforms, allowing you to configure and define policies centrally.
Enables users to use their AD identifiers to access Linux, UNIX and Mac systems as well.
Achieve consistent configuration across your organization by adding specific settings for Linux, UNIX and Mac to your group policies.
Audit events in real time; access them using the BeyondTrust console or forward them to other systems.
Users can move between different systems and across platforms, without having to constantly re-enter their user IDs and passwords.
UIDs and GIDs can be automatically assigned to users and groups in Active Directory when importing Linux, UNIX and Mac user files.
Your IT staff don’t necessarily have to use Windows tools to perform configurations. BeyondTrust’s Active Directory Bridge provides an extendable framework with user interfaces for Linux and Mac OS X.
User-defined and predefined reports can be viewed easily to keep track of access rights, users and groups.