BeyondTrust AD Bridge centralizes authentication for Unix and Linux environments by extending Active Directory’s Kerberos authentication and single sign-on capabilities to these platforms. By extending Group Policy to non-Windows platforms, BeyondTrust provides centralized configuration management, reducing the risk and complexity of managing a heterogeneous environment.
Empower administrators: Provide a single familiar toolset to manage both Windows and Unix systems. Perform account maintenance and password updates through a single directory administration tool (Active Directory Users and Computers).
Configuration: Enables one-to-many management of Unix and Linux configuration settings.
Reduce costs: Leverage existing Active Directory deployments to centrally manage heterogeneous workstations and users.
User management: Allow users to use their Active Directory credentials (Username and Password) to gain access to Unix and Linux, consolidating various password files, NIS and LDAP repositories into Active Directory and removing the need to manage user accounts separately.
Extend Active Directory: BeyondTrust AD Bridge is the only solution that does not have to modify your Active Directory schema to add Unix and Linux systems to your network.
Granular Reporting: Effortlessly manage and view access privileges for users and groups through customizable reports. Provide audit details to audit and compliance teams via enterprise-spanning access and authorization reports.
Extend Group Policy: Extend the capabilities of native group policy management tools to include specific group policy settings for Unix and Linux – achieving a consistent configuration across the enterprise.
SSO: Get single sign-on for any enterprise application that supports Kerberos or LDAP, including Samba, Apache, SSH, Websphere, JBoss, Tomcat, Oracle, and MySQL.
File sharing: Support for Remote Network file share access for Unix and Linux systems.
Access control: Centrally control access to non-Windows systems by defining which users are permitted to log onto which systems via Active Directory.