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ActiveRoles Server

Active Directory, einfach und sicher

ActiveRoles Server löst Sicherheits-Probleme und erfüllt die niemals enden wollenden Compliance-Anforderungen durch einfache und effiziente Sicherung sowie Schutz des Active Directory. Durch die Bereitstellung automatisierter Tools für das Management von Benutzern und Gruppen und für die Active Directory-Delegierung füllt ActiveRoles Server die nativen Lücken des Active Directorys, damit Sie Ihre Arbeit schneller erledigen können. Dank der modularen Architektur kann Ihr Unternehmen es sich leisten, die geschäftlichen Anforderungen heute und in der Zukunft zu erfüllen.

Myt ActiveRoles Server können Sie:

  • Wichtige Daten des Active Directory schützen und unkontrollierten Zugang zu Ressourcen verhindern
  • Kontenerstellung zum sicheren Benutzer- und Gruppenmanagement in AD- und AD-verbundenen Systemen automatisieren

Funktionen

Sicherer Zugriff – Funktioniert als virtuelle Firewall um das Active Directory und ermöglicht Ihnen die Zugangssteuerung durch Delegierung nach dem Least-Privilege-Prinzip. Erstellt und erzwingt Zugangsregeln auf der Basis definierter Verwaltungsrichtlinien und verbundener Berechtigungen und schließt Fehler sowie Ungereimtheiten aus, die bei nativem AD-Management häufig auftreten. Robuste und personalisierte Genehmigungsprozesse gewährleisten, dass IT-Ablauf und -Übersicht die Geschäftsanforderungen erfüllen und Verantwortungsketten gewährleisten, die das automatisierte Management der Directory-Daten ergänzen.

Automatisierte Kontenerstellung – Automatisiert zahlreiche Aufgaben, unter anderem:

  • Erstellung von Benutzer- und Gruppenkonten in AD
  • Erstellung von Postfächern in Exchange
  • Population von Gruppen
  • Zuweisung von Ressourcen in Windows

ActiveRoles Server automatisiert außerdem den Vorgang der Neuzuteilung und Aufhebung von Benutzerzugriffsrechten in AD und AD-zugehörigen Systemen (einschließlich der Deaktivierung von Benutzern und Gruppen) und gewährleistet effiziente und sichere administrative Abläufe für Benutzer und Gruppen während ihrer Lebensdauer. Wenn die Zugriffsrechte eines Benutzers geändert oder entfernt werden müssen, werden Aktualisierungen automatisch in AD, Exchange, SharePoint, OCS, Lync und Windows sowie allen anderen AD-verbundenen Systemen wie Unix, Linux und Mac OS-X vorgenommen.

Tägliches Directory-Management – Vereinfacht das Management von:

  • Verwaltung von Exchange-Empfängern, einschließlich Postfach/OCS-Zuweisung, Erstellung, Bewegung, Löschung, Berechtigungen und Verteilerlisten
  • Gruppen
  • Computer einschließlich Freigaben, Druckern, lokalen Benutzern und Gruppen
  • Active Directory einschließlich AD LDS

ActiveRoles Server enthält auch intuitive Oberflächen zur Verbesserung alltäglicher Administrations- und Help-Desk-Aufgaben über MMC-Snap-In und eine Web-Oberfläche.

Gruppen und Benutzer in einer gehosteten Umgebung verwalten – Arbeitet mit Quick Connect zusammen in einer gehosteten Umgebung, in der Konten von einer Active Directory Domain eines Kunden mit einer gehosteten AD-Domain synchronisiert werden. ActiveRoles Server gestattet das Management von Benutzern und Gruppenkonten von der Kunden-Domäne zur gehosteten Domäne bei gleichzeitiger Synchronisierung von Attributen und Passwörtern.

Bei dieser Lösung werden sofort einsetzbare Anschlüsse für die Synchronisierung Ihrer lokalen AD-Konten mit Cloud-basierten Anbietern wie Salesforce.com, Google Apps, Microsoft Office 365, Lync Online und SharePoint Online eingesetzt.

Konsolidierte Managementpunkte durch Integration – Ergänzt Ihre vorhandene Technologie und Strategie für Identity- und Access-Management. Die „Extend All“-Funktion vereinfacht und konsolidiert Management-Punkte, indem eine einfache Integration mit vielen Dell-Produkten gewährleistet wird. Dazu gehören unter anderem Quick Connect, Identity Manager, Privilege Password Manager, Desktop Virtualization, Authentication Services, Defender, Password Manager, Webthority und ChangeAuditor. ActiveRoles Server automatisiert und ergänzt außerdem die Funktionen von PowerShell, ADSI, SPML und anpassbaren Webschnittstellen.

Systemanforderungen

Quest One ActiveRoles includes the following components:

  • Administration Service
  • Console (MMC Interface)
  • Web Interface
  • Collector
  • Report Pack
  • Add-in for Outlook

The tables below outline system requirements for installing and running each of these components.

Administration Service hardware and software requirements

Platform1 GHz or higher Intel Pentium-compatible CPU.
Memory (RAM)1 GB or more recommended. The amount required depends on the total number of managed objects.
Hard Disk Space100 MB or more of free disk space. If SQL Server and Administration Service are installed on the same computer, the amount required depends on the size of the ActiveRoles database.
Operating System

You can install the Administration Service on a server running any of these operating systems:

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008, Standard or Enterprise edition, 64-bit (x64), Service Pack 2
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2, Standard or Enterprise edition, Service Pack 1
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012, Standard or Datacenter edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2, Standard or Datacenter edition
SQL Server

You can use any of these SQL Server versions to host the ActiveRoles database:

  • Microsoft SQL Server 2005, any edition, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64), Service Pack 2 or later
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2008, any edition, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64), with or without any Service Pack
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2, any edition, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64), with or without any Service Pack
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2012, any edition, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64), with or without any Service Pack

Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Native Client is required on the computer running the Administration Service. You can install SQL Server 2012 Native Client from the Redistributables page in the ActiveRoles DVD Autorun window.

Microsoft .NET FrameworkMicrosoft .NET Framework 4.5 (see "Installing the .NET Framework 4.5" at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=257868)

You can install .NET Framework 4.5 from the Redistributables page in the ActiveRoles DVD Autorun window.

Windows Management FrameworkWindows Management Framework 3.0 (see "Windows Management Framework 3.0" at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=272757)
ActiveRoles Management Shell for Active DirectoryAdministration Service requires version 1.7 of Quest One ActiveRoles Management Shell for Active Directory.

The Administration Service Setup program automatically installs the appropriate version of ActiveRoles Management Shell. Optionally, you can install ActiveRoles Management Shell from the Solutions page in the ActiveRoles DVD Autorun window.

Microsoft Exchange Server Management Tools
  • To manage Exchange 2010 recipients, ActiveRoles requires the Management Tools for Exchange 2010 Service Pack 3 or later to be installed on the computer running the Administration Service. Use the Exchange Server 2010 Setup program to install the Management Tools on the computer where you plan to install the Administration Service.
  • To manage Exchange 2007 recipients, ActiveRoles requires the Management Tools for Exchange 2007 Service Pack 2 or later to be installed on the computer running the Administration Service. Use the Exchange Server 2007 Setup program to install the Management Tools on the computer where you plan to install the Administration Service.
  • To perform the Move Mailbox task on Exchange 2003, ActiveRoles requires the Exchange Management Tools for Exchange 2007 to be installed on the computer running the Administration Service.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Remote ShellActiveRoles uses remote Shell to manage Exchange 2013 recipients. Remote Shell requires the following software on the computer running the Administration Service:

Remote Shell also requires the following:

  • TCP port 80 must be open between the computer running the Administration Service and the remote Exchange 2013 server.
  • The user account the Administration Service uses to connect to the remote Exchange server (the service account or the override account) must be enabled for remote Shell.
  • Windows PowerShell script execution must be enabled on the computer running the Administration Service.
Operating System on Domain Controllers

ActiveRoles retains all features and functions when managing Active Directory on domain controllers running any of these operating systems, any edition, with or without any Service Pack:

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2

Notes

  • Domain controllers running Microsoft Windows 2000 Server are not supported by Quest One ActiveRoles. Ensure that the Active Directory domains managed by Quest One ActiveRoles do not have Windows 2000 Server based domain controllers.
  • Quest One ActiveRoles deprecates managed domains with the domain functional level lower than Windows Server 2003. We recommend that you raise the functional level of the domains managed by Quest One ActiveRoles to Windows Server 2003 or higher.
Exchange Server

ActiveRoles is capable of managing Exchange recipients on any of these Exchange Server editions, with or without any Service Pack:

  • Microsoft Exchange Server 2003
  • Microsoft Exchange Server 2007
  • Microsoft Exchange Server 2010
  • Microsoft Exchange Server 2013

Note Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server is not supported.

Quest One ActiveRoles Console (MMC Interface) hardware and software requirements

Platform1 GHz or higher Intel Pentium-compatible CPU.
Memory (RAM)1 GB or more recommended. The amount required depends on the number of objects being administered.
Hard Disk SpaceAbout 100 MB of free disk space.
Operating System

You can install the ActiveRoles console on a computer running any of these operating systems:

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008, Standard or Enterprise edition, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64), Service Pack 2
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2, Standard or Enterprise edition, Service Pack 1
  • Microsoft Windows 7, Ultimate, Professional or Enterprise edition, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64), Service Pack 1
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012, Standard or Datacenter edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2, Standard or Datacenter edition
  • Microsoft Windows 8, Professional or Enterprise edition, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64)
  • Microsoft Windows 8.1, Professional or Enterprise edition, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64)
Web BrowserActiveRoles console requires Windows Internet Explorer 8.0 or later.
Microsoft .NET FrameworkMicrosoft .NET Framework 4.5 (see "Installing the .NET Framework 4.5" at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=257868)

You can install .NET Framework 4.5 from the Redistributables page in the ActiveRoles DVD Autorun window.

Quest One ActiveRoles Web Interface hardware and software requirements

Platform1 GHz or higher Intel Pentium-compatible CPU.
Memory (RAM)1 GB or more recommended. The amount required depends on the number of objects being administered.
Hard Disk SpaceAbout 100 MB of free disk space.
Operating System

You can install the ActiveRoles Web Interface on a Web server running any of these operating systems:

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008, Standard or Enterprise edition, 64-bit (x64), Service Pack 2
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2, Standard or Enterprise edition, Service Pack 1
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012, Standard or Datacenter edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2, Standard or Datacenter edition

Internet Services

ActiveRoles Web Interface requires Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0 or later.

On Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2008 R2, Web Interface requires the "Web Server (IIS)" server role with the following role services:

  • Web Server/Common HTTP Features/
    • Static Content
    • Default Document
    • HTTP Errors
    • HTTP Redirection
  • Web Server/Application Development/
    • ASP.NET
    • .NET Extensibility
    • ASP
    • ISAPI Extensions
    • ISAPI Filters
  • Web Server/Security/
    • Basic Authentication
    • Windows Authentication
    • Request Filtering
  • Management Tools/IIS 6 Management Compatibility/
    • IIS 6 Metabase Compatibility

On Windows Server 2012 or Windows Server 2012 R2, Web Interface requires the "Web Server (IIS)" server role with the following role services:

  • Web Server/Common HTTP Features/
    • Default Document
    • HTTP Errors
    • Static Content
    • HTTP Redirection
  • Web Server/Security/
    • Request Filtering
    • Basic Authentication
    • Windows Authentication
  • Web Server/Application Development/
    • .NET Extensibility 4.5
    • ASP
    • ASP.NET 4.5
    • ISAPI Extensions
    • ISAPI Filters
  • Management Tools/IIS 6 Management Compatibility/
    • IIS 6 Metabase Compatibility

You can use Server Manager to confirm that the "Web Server (IIS)" server role with the required role services is installed.

Additionally, Internet Information Services (IIS) must be configured to provide "Read/Write" delegation for the following features:

  • Handler Mappings
  • Modules

Use "Feature Delegation" in Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager to confirm that these features have delegation set to "Read/Write".

Web Browser

Any of the following Web browsers can be used to access the Web Interface:

  • Firefox 24 on Windows
  • Google Chrome 29 on Windows
  • Safari 5 on Windows
  • Windows Internet Explorer 7
  • Windows Internet Explorer 8
  • Windows Internet Explorer 9
  • Windows Internet Explorer 10
  • Windows Internet Explorer 11

A higher version of Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari or Internet Explorer can be made to work as a Web Interface client; however, the Web Interface pages of version 6.9.0 have been tested only against the Web browser versions listed above.

The Web browser should be run on a system with screen resolution of 1024x768 or higher.

Microsoft .NET FrameworkMicrosoft .NET Framework 4.5 (see "Installing the .NET Framework 4.5" at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=257868)

You can install .NET Framework 4.5 from the Redistributables page in the ActiveRoles DVD Autorun window.

Quest One ActiveRoles Collector hardware and software requirements

Platform500 MHz or higher Intel Pentium-compatible CPU.
Memory (RAM)512 MB or more recommended.
Hard Disk SpaceAbout 50 MB or more of free disk space. If SQL Server and Collector are installed on the same computer, the amount required depends on the size of the Collector database.
Operating System

You can install the ActiveRoles Collector on a computer running any of these operating systems:

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008, Standard or Enterprise edition, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64), Service Pack 2
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2, Standard or Enterprise edition, Service Pack 1
  • Microsoft Windows 7, Ultimate, Professional or Enterprise edition, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64), Service Pack 1
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012, Standard or Datacenter edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2, Standard or Datacenter edition
  • Microsoft Windows 8, Professional or Enterprise edition, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64)
  • Microsoft Windows 8.1, Professional or Enterprise edition, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64)
SQL Server

You can use any of these SQL Server versions to host the Collector database:

  • Microsoft SQL Server 2005, any edition, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64), with or without any Service Pack
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2008, any edition, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64), with or without any Service Pack
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2, any edition, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64), with or without any Service Pack
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2012, any edition, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64), with or without any Service Pack

Quest One ActiveRoles Report Pack software requirements

SQL Server Reporting Services

ActiveRoles Report Pack requires one of the following versions of SQL Server Reporting Services software:

  • Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64), with or without any Service Pack
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64), with or without any Service Pack
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Reporting Services, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64), with or without any Service Pack
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64), with or without any Service Pack
Operating System

You can install the ActiveRoles Report Pack on a computer running any of these operating systems:

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008, Standard or Enterprise edition, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64), Service Pack 2
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2, Standard or Enterprise edition, Service Pack 1
  • Microsoft Windows 7, Ultimate, Professional or Enterprise edition, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64), Service Pack 1
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012, Standard or Datacenter edition
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2, Standard or Datacenter edition
  • Microsoft Windows 8, Professional or Enterprise edition, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64)
  • Microsoft Windows 8.1, Professional or Enterprise edition, 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64)
Quest Knowledge Portal

ActiveRoles Report Pack is compatible with:

  • Quest Knowledge Portal 2.0
  • Quest Knowledge Portal 2.5
  • Quest Knowledge Portal 2.6
  • Quest Knowledge Portal 2.7

Quest One ActiveRoles Add-in for Outlook software requirements

Microsoft Office OutlookAdd-in for Outlook requires Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 or later.
Microsoft .NET FrameworkMicrosoft .NET Framework 4.5 (see "Installing the .NET Framework 4.5" at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=257868)

You can install .NET Framework 4.5 from the Redistributables page in the ActiveRoles DVD Autorun window.

Other Microsoft Office Features

Add-in for Outlook also requires:

  • .NET Programmability Support for Microsoft Office Outlook
  • Microsoft Forms 2.0 .NET Programmability Support

You can install this prerequisite software by selecting the following installation options in the Setup program for the Microsoft Office system:

  • .NET Programmability Support under Microsoft Office Outlook
  • Microsoft Forms 2.0 .NET Programmability Support under Office Tools

Videos

 

Access Control is Easy: Use Active Directory Groups and Manage Them Well

   

10 Steps to Cleaning Up Active Directory User Accounts and Keeping Them that Way

   

Beyond Least Privilege: How to Grant Administrator Authority without Losing Control

   

AD Audits: Top 7 Questions to Answer When Auditors Look at Account Management and Access Control in Active Directory

   

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  • Keeping the Cloud in Sync with Your Active Directory

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Save Time: Use Existing Code to Create Templates, Workflows & Policies

   

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  • Top 10 Cool Things You Can Automate in AD with PowerShell

    Security requires a lot of mundane, repetitive chores and hunting for needles in a haystack. PowerShell is an awesome way to automate those chores and in this webinar I’ll help you break into PowerShell and focus on automatic security related tasks with it. And that’s where the Free PowerShell Commands for Active Directory come in

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Workflow and permission capabilities in ActiveRoles Server

   

Active Directory delegation in ActiveRoles Server

   

Active Directory user and group account creation in ActiveRoles

 

Controlling Access to Cloud Entitlements to Satisfy Compliance

 

Understanding the Security Boundaries and Risks of Multiple Domains, Forests and Trust Relationships

 

Consolidating Active Directory Domains and Forests

 

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A Leading National Health Insurer Chooses Quest Software to Protect Active Directory ADT Stays Secure With Quest's Active Directory Management Solutions Azaleos Chooses Quest Service Provider Partner Program to Offer Fully Managed, Secure and Compliant Exchange 2010 Environments Barry University Adapts Quickly to Changes Using ActiveRoles Server to Automate Its Provisioning Process and Manage Active Directory Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council Automates and Secures User Provisioning as well as Reduces Helpdesk Calls by 67 Percent Brasfield & Gorrie Gets Active Directory Administration Under Control with Quest Software Brighter Future for Knox County Schools Children’s Hospital simplifies account management Cornell University Manages and Centralizes a Distributed AD Environment with Quest ActiveRoles Server DaimlerChrysler Speeds to Active Directory with ActiveRoles Gwinnett County Public Schools Finds a Better Way to Manage Electronic Accounts and Provisioning Independence Community Bank of New York Takes Control of Access Rights with ActiveRoles Server Insurance company saves 75 percent of a service desk FTE within nine months of launch Johnson Matthey accelerates AD consolidation Large Global Bank Relies on Quest to Save More than $1 Million Each Year on User Password Resets Large University Understands Importance of AD Management Migros Implements Quest One for Secure and Automated Identity Management Migros Turns to Quest to Easily Automate SAP Synchronization with AD/Exchange Environments - A4 NUI Galway Gets an Education from Quest in Consolidating its IT Platforms on Time and Automating User Provisioning, Saving €40K Annually Oldham Council Learns Quest has the Answer for Efficient and Secure AD Management PT Thiess Contractors Indonesia Boosts Accuracy of data and Reduces its Costs with ActiveRoles® Server Quest Email Migration and Provisioning Tools Save UK Utility Hundreds of Hours Quest Exchange and Active Directory Migrations Deliver a Great Performance at Arts Council England with Minimal User Impact Quest Improves the Efficiency and Security of La Caja De Canarias' Operations and Customer Transactions Quest Provides Healthy Solution to Help Rotherham PCT Remove IT Security Risks and Achieve Full ROI in Eight Months Quest Software Achieves Compliance and Improves Efficiency with Quest ActiveRoles Server Quest Solutions Help Georgian College Graduate to a More Secure, Easily Managed Active Directory and Exchange Environment San Bernardino County Streamlines Identity and Access Management For Greater Efficiency Siemens Power Generation Turns to Aelita for Active Directory Management Spanish university improves IT efficiency by 60 percent State of Vermont IT Staff Uses Toad DBA Suite for Oracle to Easily Find Bottlenecks, Saving 10 Hours of DBA Time Each Week Swedish council enjoys secure user athentication Swiss Post Speeds Delivery of Active Directory with ActiveRoles The National College of Ireland Gets a Higher Education on Identity Management - and Greater Productivity - from Quest The W. P. Carey School of Business Makes a Smart Investment in Quest ActiveRoles™ Server Thiess Chooses ActiveRoles Server and Receives Immediate Return on Investment TMB improves AD management and security U.S. Army Europe Drives Defense Transformation Program With Quest Software's Microsoft Windows And Migration Tools Universidad de La Rioja manages AD more efficiently University delivers fast, low-impact systems migration Vallentuna kommun automates and secures its Active Directory management for government and HR systems Working Together to Improve Public Safety: Wake County, NC Sherriff's Office nach oben