Active Roles (formerly known as ActiveRoles®) simplifies and streamlines creation and ongoing management of user accounts, groups, and contacts in Windows Active Directory (AD) and Azure Active Directory environments.
Active roles automates:
Support to provide product feedback from the Web Interface
It provides strictly enforced security, rich capabilities for automating directory management tasks, change approval and easy-to-use Web interfaces, to achieve practical user and group account management for the Windows enterprise.
Major new features in Active Roles Version 7.4:
Reset the password for multiple users at one time.
Major enhancements Active Roles Version 7.4:
Support for the Security Identity Mappings functionality as available in Active Directory Users and Computers (ADUC) Snap-in.
Workflow enhancements that enable you to add Azure or Office 365 modules in PowerShell and run the Office 365 services such as Skype for Business, Azure AD, Azure RM, AZ, and Sharepoint Powershell scripts within existing Active Roles workflows.
Restrict MMC interface access to users, by enabling the MMC Interface access settings using the Configuration Center. By default, on installing Active Roles, all users are enabled to log in to the MMC interface. You can now enable the MMC interface access setting to restrict users from accessing the MMC interface.
Enhancement of SPML operation to get ObjectSid to retrieve the value in the SID format along with the base64Binary format.
Active Role 7.4 version supports the following additional features for hybrid directory support:
Active Roles provides the facility to perform administrative tasks such as create, read, update, and delete groups in Office 365 through the web interface. You can also perform other operations such as add and remove members to Office 365 groups. Some of the group operations can be performed using the Management Shell in addition to the web interface. For more information on managing Office 365 groups using the Active Roles web interface and Management Shell, see the following sections in the Active Roles 7.4 Administration Guide.