Microsoft Active Directory integration
Connect your Active Directory and import user information and user groups available in your organization’s domain to Citrix Analytics. This integration enhances the user profiles in Citrix Analytics. On the user profile page, you can view information such as job title, organization, office location, email, and contact details for a risky user. You get a better visibility of the risky user profile. The User Groups page displays the list of user groups imported from your Active Directory.
Currently, integration with Active Directory is supported only for the United States and the European Union regions. If your organization is onboarded in other regions, Citrix Analytics does not receive events. For more information about supported regions, see Geographical Considerations.
Before connecting your Active Directory to Citrix Analytics, you must first connect Active Directory to your Citrix Cloud account. For more information, see Connect Active Directory to Citrix Cloud.
Connect Microsoft Active Directory to Citrix Analytics
To connect your Active Directory to Citrix Analytics, do the following:
Go to Settings > Data Sources > Security and then navigate to the EXTERNAL DATA SOURCES section.
On the Active Directory site card, click the plus + sign.
Citrix Analytics prompts you to connect Active Directory to your Citrix Cloud account. For more information, see Prerequisites.
After you have connected your Active Directory to your Citrix Cloud account, Citrix Analytics automatically discovers this new data source. On the Data Sources page, the Active Directory site card displays Data processing on.
The Data processing on status indicates that the Active Directory is discovered and user information is being fetched from your Active Directory.
View user information
From the Security tab, click a risky user to view the user profile page. If the user is available in Active Directory, you can view job title, organization, email, and contact number on the user profile page.
View user groups
From the Settings tab, click User Groups. The User Groups page displays the groups imported from your Active Directory. To view the users and their details in a user group, click the specific user group name. On the specific user group page, you can mark the user group as an executive group from the Action list. This action makes the users in the group as privileged users. For more information on privileged users, see Privileged users.