Change in Active Directory / Visual Guard .Net
Posted by z Jean-jacques Jouanneaux on 25 August 2010 06:05 PM

If we change something in Active Directory, how this change will be reflected in Visual Guard .Net?

Visual Guard .Net does not change the Active Directory accounts. Actually, Visual Guard does not use the Active Directory accounts directly? Visual Guards saves the SID of each AD user account. If you edit the information in AD (name of the account, password, address or any other information) it does not have consequences on Visual Guard.

If you suppress a user account in Active Directory, the name will be maintained in Visual Guard .Net but the permissions will be deactivated.
When you create a user in AD, you have to declare it in the Visual Guard repository. The option Add Windows user or group allow you to declare as many Active Directory accounts as you want in Visual Guard .Net in one time.

Then you get a list of the Active Directory users who have access to the application and you are able to associate them to a role.

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