|AD Delegation of Admin||AD Automation||Import/Export Users in AD|
|User/Computer Templates||AD Dashboard||AD Bulk Password Management|
|Bulk User Management||AD Reports||Security Improvement in AD|
Bulk User Management
The web-based Borna allows you to manage multiple Active Directory in a centralized fashion. To do so, you should only add all the domains in Borne once.
It is also possible to specify the access level of technicians to domains and OUs. Based on their access level and permissions, technicians can perform their tasks easily.
Bulk User Creation
It is very common for IT staff to encounter a situation in which several user accounts must be created in Active Directory. Creating users one by one is extremely tedious and time-consuming. Although it is possible to create user accounts in bulk with Window’s built-in tools, it requires writing a script or using complicated PowerShell commands.
In Borna, user accounts can be created by importing a text file containing user information. This procedure is very simple and only needs a csv file.
For more information, visit Import/Export Users in Active Directory.
User Management in Reports
Bulk Password Management
Resetting passwords is among the most frequent requests. With the aim of Borna features, the process of resetting passwords and informing users is extremely simplified. Some of the Borna features regarding user passwords are listed below.
Quick Search and Modify
Using the quick search feature in Borna, available in all pages, you can easily search users and perform possible tasks from the right click menu.
Moving Users in OUs
Moving users to other OUs is among the most frequent task in domain. You can either delegate these kinds of tasks to the responsible department, such as HR, or select the users and move them to a new OU easily.
- Modify group membership.
- Modify user attributes in bulk.
- Modify logon script, home directory and profile path in bulk.
- Modify technician permissions based on domains and OUs.
All the tasks performed in Borna are logged in event log and you can easily see the history of all tasks and changes, which is extremely cumbersome and sometimes even impossible with built-in tools in Windows.