Application monitoring
with the ACTIVE-DIRECTORY-USERS package


ServicePilot appmon-active-directory-users


What are Active Directory Users?

Active Directory Users, are users defined in a Microsoft Active Directory forest. Each user has a number of attributes, like Display Name and Primary Group but also administrative properties that indicate when the user last did a logon or if the user has been locked out due to too many bad password attempts.

Active Directory Users monitoring

This package is designed to run a console command to capture information from Microsoft Active Directory servers to extract users that might require attention. This package may be used to determine:

  • Newly created users that are not expected
  • Users that have not logged on recently where the account might be removed
  • Users that have been disabled
  • Users that are locked out due to exceeding a bad password attempt threshold

The output of the console command is then passed back to ServicePilot and presented as indicators that can then have threshold policies applied.

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