Category Archive: 1. AD View

AD view

In the window of the “Active Directory Import”, there is a magnifying glass – the “View AD” for each domain in the column “Action”. This function can be used after reading in the AD. This AD-View enables it for you to display all members and all memberships of this object on the basis of the read in AD-objects for a selected user or a group. Not only direct members, but also indirect nested members are displayed. The same is applicable for the memberships.

If we call this function, a new window opens, which includes one search row and three windows. In the row, we can enter a search term, a user, a group or a character string, which is a component of an object. After the third character, all results matching below are listed, from which we can select any one. After a short time the groups are displayed in the left window, in which our object is member. In the right window, if applicable, the members of our object appear. In the middle window data for the selected object appears.

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Colleague Check

In the AD-view you find apart from the function “Analyze group accounts ” a second function, the “Analyze plausibility of group accounts” (Colleague check).

In the colleague check, you can display, as to how the users are connected to each other over the groups. A user that appears in the left window is selected. To the right automatically all users are displayed, for which the first one has a connection over the groups. If you click on a user to the right, in the middle window the groups appear, in which there are both members, directly or indirectly. Here now one group is selected, and in the lower window appears the selected group and to the right and left both the users. Both the users are direct members of the group.

Both users are in the group Everyone.

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Display a Selection of AD Attributes

AD Attribute 1

In the AD-view we have the possibility to display more AD-attributes of objects displayed.

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