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KB-0060: Managing Zone and Unix/Linux User Information Within Active Directory Properties

Centrify DirectControl ,  

12 April,16 at 11:25 AM

Question:

Is it possible to view and edit Zone and Unix/Linux user information within AD properties.


Answer:

Centrify provides a properties tab in the Active Directory Users and Computers. In this tab you can configure and manage the Unix/Linux properties associated with Active Directory users and groups. In addition, Centrify provides our own easy-to-use Administrator Console (Access Manager) that combines all of the functionality of the properties page, including the ability to create and manage Centrify Zones, and to produce reports that give you a view of your entire Unix/Linux identity space.

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