About this guide
The (Undefined variable: CommonVariables.SAS_ARS) Administration Guide is intended for (missing or bad snippet), (missing or bad snippet), Linux, and Mac system administrators, network administrators, consultants, analysts, and any other IT professionals installing the Integration Pack for the first time.
|NOTE: To perform the exercises described in this guide, One Identity assumes you have the necessary permissions to manage users or groups.|
Introducing [[[Undefined variable CommonVariables.SAS_ARS]]]
The (Undefined variable: CommonVariables.SAS_ARS) integrates ActiveRoles Server and Safeguard Authentication Services. This chapter explains the key features of the Integration Pack and summarizes how it provides value by lowering costs and simplifying management.
This version of the (Undefined variable: CommonVariables.SAS_ARS) has been updated to take advantage of the latest features of both Safeguard Authentication Services and ActiveRoles Server.
You must install the following software on the computer where you will install the Integration Pack:
- ActiveRoles Server 7.0 or higher, including the Administration Service, Web interface, and ActiveRoles Server console.
- Safeguard Authentication Services 4.1.0 or higher.
You must install the Integration Pack on a computer running the ActiveRoles Server Administration Service. The Administration Service must be running to make all the necessary changes to ActiveRoles Server.
|NOTE: For older versions of ActiveRoles Server or Safeguard Authentication Services, install the Safeguard Authentication Services Support Pack for ActiveRoles Server Web Interface 2.0.5.|
About ActiveRoles Server
ActiveRoles Server offers a practical approach to automated user provisioning and administration, for maximum security and efficiency. It provides total control of user provisioning and administration for Active Directory.
ActiveRoles Server can help you manage, automatically provision, re-provision and, more importantly, de-provision users quickly, efficiently and securely in Active Directory, AD LDS (formerly ADAM) and beyond. ActiveRoles Server provides strictly enforced role-based security, automated group management, change approval and easy-to-use Web interfaces for self service to achieve practical user and group lifecycle management for the (missing or bad snippet) enterprise.