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Active Roles 7.3.1 - Whats New

Support for Microsoft SQL 2017

Support for Microsoft SQL Server 2017

Active Roles 7.3 supports hosting the database on Microsoft SQL Server 2017. Active Roles 7.3 Administrator Service can be configured by hosting the Active Roles Database in Microsoft SQL Server 2017 Database.

Starling Bootstrapping

Join to One Identity Starling

Active Roles version 7.3 supports integration with One Identity Starling services. The Starling Join feature in Active Roles now enables you to connect to One Identity Starling, the Software as a Service (SaaS) solution of One Identity. The Starling Join feature enables access to the Starling services through Active Roles thus allowing to benefit from the Starling services such as Two-factor Authentication and Identity Analytics and Risk Intelligence.

Starling 2FA Integration

One Identity Starling 2FA for Active Roles

Since Active Roles manages confidential Active Directory user details in both on-premises and cloud based environments, it is appropriate and safer to have an additional security measure such as the two-factor authentication. Active Roles now supports One Identity's Starling Two-Factor Authentication service.

The Starling Two-factor authentication provides enhanced security by necessitating users to provide two forms of authentication to Active Roles, namely a user name and password combination along with a token response. The token response is collected through an SMS, Phone call, or push notification received on a physical device such as a mobile or any other device other than the browser.

Office365 license user provisioning and deprovisioning

Support for Microsoft Office 365 licenses provisioning and deprovisioning policies

Active Roles 7.3 supports Office 365 licensing provisioning and deprovisioning policies.

The Office 365 License Management policy is intended to automate the assignment of Office 365 licenses to Azure AD users at the time of creating or modifying a user account, with flexible options to ensure uniqueness of the policy-generated name.

The Office 365 Licenses Retention policy is intended for retention of all or selected Office 365 licenses assigned to an Office 365 user after the Office 365 user is deprovisioned successfully.

The undo deprovisioning operation reverts the Office 365 user's license assignment to the original status that existed before deprovisioning.

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