It also supports Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) to grant single sign-on access to business users of Microsoft Windows Active Directory and other LDAP-compatible directories.
What does WAD stand for?
WAD stands for Windows Active Directory (Microsoft)
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The SecurID solution can now be integrated with the Microsoft Windows Active Directory Federation Services 2.
About Centrify Express A subset of the comprehensive Centrify Suite, Centrify Express enables UNIX, Linux and Mac OS X servers and workstations to participate in a Windows Active Directory domain and gives users Active Directory-based single sign-on.
Enterprise SSO integrates with Windows Active Directory.
lt;p>Other additions in Sun VDI Software 3 include integration with the Solaris ZFS file system, better support for Microsoft Windows Active Directory, built-in support for Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) clients, simplified installation, and expanded support for VMware.
1 to include an MSI stand-alone installer that allows NetExtender to be deployed through Windows Active directory and supports Windows 2000, XP, 2003 and Vista.
SAFLINK Corporation of Bellevue, Washington, has enhanced its authentication security software product with broader authentication options and Microsoft Windows Active Directory capability.
And to make matters more complex, the current versions of Microsoft Exchange (2000 and 2003) are dependent on Windows active directory.