Mission Control Identity Server
The Identity Server answers user and client authentication requests. It also offers full user administration and debugging features. Designated administrators can edit the user credentials, define group permissions and set usernames and passwords in the Mission Control Portal. In addition, the Identity Server integrates into the Active Directory environment by keeping users in sync. Whenever a user changes their password, the Mission Control Portal enforces a strong password policy.
For existing Active Directory environments, user fields such as name, phone number, email address, alias, client VPN group membership, authentication group memberships, job title, and cost center are synchronized to the Identity Server database. A user's password is not exported from Active Directory and is, therefore, validated in real time against the directory. This ensures centralized password storage and privacy. The synchronized information can be combined with two-factor authentication methods on the Identity Server service.