Active Directory (AD) integration allows you to restrict access to the network and enforce Group Policies based on membership in Active Directory groups.
Currently, Active Directory-based authentication works only if one of the following is true:
If there are multiple Domain Controllers in the domain, all of them must meet one of these criteria in order for Active Directory integration to function properly.
This option toggles AD integration on or off.
This option is available only if you have multiple VLANs in your network. It allows you to select which VLANs require manual splash-page AD authentication if a user cannot be identified transparently. If a VLAN does not require AD authentication, it falls back to default traffic and security policies for unauthenticated users.
If there are multiple domain controllers in the domain, all of them should be added to Dashboard. You can add domain controllers by clicking Add an Active Directory domain server. Users authenticating to domain controllers not configured in Dashboard can result in inconsistent user identification and policy application.
For more information about configuring and troubleshooting Active Directory integration, please reference our documentation.