Active Directory (AD) Integration provides AD-based authentication and authorization facilities within the FileOnQ suite of applications. Administrators can authorize groups of users for application access, and grant specific roles and permissions within applications. AD Integration can be configured to either automatically authenticate the current domain user or to always prompt for credentials. This can be useful on shared common-area computers, or when security policies require it.
Single Sign-on Access
Users will have access to all authorized FileOnQ applications after logging into their PC using their login credentials.
Reduced IT Resources
AD integration, central user/group management, and a central password management policy have many advantages. Practical day-to-day benefits include fewer passwords for users to remember, no password reset work for supervisors, and no need to separately add new users to the FileOnQ security system. Active Directory ensures accurate group membership and provides advanced authentication methods to keep a company's corporate network secure..
Versatile IT Management Options
Administrators can authorize groups of users for application access, and grant specific roles and permissions within applications.
Streamlined User Deployment
The FileOnQ Active Directory Portal reduces the load on IT resources. Administrators can easily get employees up and running according to their job functions and need for information.