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Centralized Management for UNIX, Linux, Mac, Web and Database Platforms with Active Directory

This white paper examines the compelling business and technical case for centralizing administration in Microsoft’s Active Directory, which is a robust, scaleable and supported identity management and policy infrastructure that the vast majority of enterprises have already deployed. Learn how to seamlessly integrate your Unix, Linux, Mac, Java and web platforms with Active Directory's identity, access and policy management services in order to: (1) Reduce infrastructure costs by moving to a central directory with a single point administration. (2) Strengthen security by eliminating orphan and dormant accounts and enforcing consistent security and configuration policies across heterogeneous systems. (3) Simplify compliance with regulatory requirements. This white paper also introduces the solution architecture and benefits of Centrify DirectControl.

This white paper examines the compelling business and technical case for centralizing administration in Microsoft’s Active Directory, which is a robust, scaleable and supported identity management and policy infrastructure that the vast majority of enterprises have already deployed. Learn how to seamlessly integrate your Unix, Linux, Mac, Java and web platforms with Active Directory’s identity, access and policy management services in order to: (1) Reduce infrastructure costs by moving to a central directory with a single point administration. (2) Strengthen security by eliminating orphan and dormant accounts and enforcing consistent security and configuration policies across heterogeneous systems. (3) Simplify compliance with regulatory requirements. This white paper also introduces the solution architecture and benefits of Centrify
DirectControl.

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