Domain user management

Domain user management refers to the administration and maintenance of user accounts within a domain in a network environment. In a Windows-based network, a domain is a grouping of computers and devices that share a common security boundary and are managed as a single entity by Active Directory (AD). In N-central, domain user management enables you to manage your active directory users without the need to remotely connect to the domain controller.

Domain user Management plays a critical role in ensuring that users have appropriate access to resources while minimizing security risks and maintaining regulatory compliance.

For domain user management to function properly, you must have installed agents on the domain controller for the target domains. A successful discovery of the Active Directory server automatically enables domain user management.

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