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Who's in Control of Active Directory?

WHO'S IN CONTROL OF ACTIVE DIRECTORY? C Active Directory management still a core IT security concern Who does the administration tasks for AD and/or Exchange? Identity management management team Specialized team handles AD/Exchange admin 32.8% Each group I don't know Security Generalized IT staff manages own instance team 9.9% 9.5% 38.3% 3.3% 6.2% What tools do you currently use to administer Active Directory? Tools developed in-house 7.0% I don't know Native Commercial –ěpen tools third-party tools source tools 2.6% 66.7% 13.6% 10.1% Is Active Directory integrated into your Identity Management? We provision AD with our We provision AD with our identity managementsolution BUT, the ID management team IS NOT involved in day-to-day identity management solution AND the ID management team also does the day-to-day administration of AD. administration of AD. 40.4% 27.8% 22.0% 9.7% I don't know. We DO NOT connect most of our AD instances to the ID management team. Separate teams and separate functions. WHAT are your main AD and ID management challenges? Better integration between AD and ID management solution 47.8% Ability to do fine-grained delegation of authority 40.7% Automating repetitive administration tasks in AD or entire environment 50.4% Controlling unauthorized changes in AD 36.9% Limiting domain admins 26.5% Other 11.9% NetIQ. Download this whitepaper to understand how combining ID & AD management is better for security Source information: Online survey of 273 users of Microsoft Active Directory. D-

Who's in Control of Active Directory?

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Most organizations look to an identity management solution once they reach a certain size or have a certain amount of complexity in their environment. But assuming that an identity management solution...






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