Customer has an Active-Directory. But clients are not joined Active-directory.
Is it possible to configure User-ID with not joined active-directory clients at the Active-Driectory enviroment??
In other words, i don't want to configure user-id with RADIUS, eDirectory, Terminal Services and etc.
As customer has AD, I assume all users will have AD user account, but the computer is not in the domain.
In that case, you have three options:
1. Use NTLM + captive portal:
User must open a browser to go to any website before they are transparently authenticated at the backgound. The browser must support NTLM,such as IE and Firefox
2. Use LDAP:
Similar to method 1 but the login process is not transparent. User needs to input the username and password.
3. Use Kerberos:
Similar to method 2, but you are using the AD group rather than LDAP group here.
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