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Auto provisioning of Active Directory users

When using an on-premise installation, SigningHub gives you an option to use your Microsoft Active Directory credentials to log into SigningHub. You don't even need to have a SigningHub ID, as your organizational domain user ID and password will be used for SigningHub authentication. For this you need to pre-authorise your Active Directory users.

To pre-authorise your Active Directory users, 
  1. Browse your local on-premise installation URL.
  2. Login with the enterprise admin credentials.
  3. Click the "Enterprise" option from the top menu.
  4. Click the "Users" option from the right menu.
  5. Click the "Active Directory Users" tab.
  6. Tick the "Automatically register Active Directory users" check box.
  7. The "Active Directory Authentication Profile" field will appear, listing all the Active Directory Authentication profiles configured in SigningHub Admin console. Select the required authentication profile from the list.
  8. Click the "Save" button.
    All the Active Directory users that belong to the selected authentication profile, will be automatically registered and activated in SigningHub under the default SigningHub role, provided that provisioning is not enabled by any other enterprise within the same on-premise deployment.
    This implies, if multiple enterprises have been configured within an on-premise deployment, then the "Automatically register Active Directory users" check box should be ticked for only one enterprise.



    Furthermore, when you want to give the custom access (i.e. Enterprise Admin, or Enterprise Users, etc) at Active Directory security groups level, SigningHub allows you to manage (Add, Edit, and Delete) the Active Directory Security Groups from the same screen.

    To assign a custom role for an Active Directory security group, 

  9. Click  from the Active Directory Security Group grid header. The "Add Active Directory Security Group" dialog will appear.
  10. Select the required security group from the "Active Directory Security Group" field. These security groups are defined in the Active Directory Authentication profiles configured in SigningHub Admin console. Now select a role to assign to this security group and click the "Save" button. The default role is automatically selected for the security group, change it as required.



  11. The added security group will be listed inside the Active Directory Security Group grid. All the Active Directory users that belong to this security group will be automatically registered and activated in SigningHub under the specified role. 
    From here you can also edit the role of added Active Directory security group or may delete it by using  or  respectively.




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