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Add an AD Domain Controller

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Created by Steven Bansil_ret, last modified by Steven Bansil_ret on Jan 17, 2017

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  1. Click Settings > UDT Settings > Manage Active Directory Administrator Credentials.
  2. Click Add AD Domain Controller.
  3. Enter a host name or IP address in the box.
  4. Select Active Directory Domain Controller in Additional Monitoring Options.
  5. Select a credential for UDT to use with this AD domain controller.

    The UDT software populates a user name and password based on the values you entered when you created the credential.

  6. Click Next.
  7. Select the node resources to monitor, and then click Next.
  8. Select Scan device for ports to monitor the ports on this AD Domain Controller.
  9. Review the properties you defined. When you are ready, click OK, Add node.

    The Domain Controller Polling Interval indicates how often UDT updates its information about user activity within the domain.

  10. On the User Device Tracker Settings page click Settings > UDT Settings > Advanced Settings.
  11. Adjust the AD User Update Interval to match the rate at which AD user information is updated. This setting determines how often UDT polls the AD Domain Controller for user information.
  12. After the polling interval, you can review the user information available from this AD Domain Controller in the All User Logins resource on the UDT Summary view.
 
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