Top 5 Reasons to Get AD Client Extensions Now!
1Enforce same password policy across the enterprise and on all interactive Windows user accounts. No need to configure fine-grained password policy. AD Client Extensions notifies users logging in with cached credentials, even on Windows 7.0, of password expiration and presents simple to use form to update the domain credentials and cached credentials.
2Manage your remote users easily. Help them comply with domain password policy, refresh group policies, synch cached credentials with domain credentials, update security token without re-logging in, map home drive, execute user logon scripts, managed duplicate DNS entries and more. VPN connection is the trigger !
3One software that works across all VPN client software like Cisco VPN Client, Cisco AnyConnect, Juniper SSL based VPN, OpenSSL and several others. AD Client Extensions will launch user logon scripts, GPO assigned computer startup scripts and user logon scripts. Unique to ADCE is the feature to run VPN connection and disconnection scripts
4AD Client Extensions enables Windows User to operate their computers like a Tablet or a Smartphone. WAO your computer ! With “Windows Always On” (WAO), users avoid system startup and user logon delays. Group Policy refreshes are deferred until the user is logged in, Kerberos tickets refreshes represent most current user privileges.
No GINA, No Schema
5No changes in Active Directory schema are required. And there is no need to install any software on a domain server. ADCE does not modify the GINA / Network Credential Provider on the client computer and thus, maintains the integrity of the Windows operating system. ADCE works well with 3rd party GINA installations such as Sophos Safeguard, McAfee Disk Encryption and other such products.