deployment of Active Domain, challenges such as how to enforce the
membership of domain computers and how to enforce the user log onto the
system using AD account may arise. UPAS-ADVantage aims to confront
these challenges and helps the enterprise to promote AD.|
1.The user can log onto the domain computer using local account. To prevent this from happening,
UPAS-ADVantage is able to recognize the domain computer being logged onto locally and block its
2.The AD account name could be used to log onto any domain computer,
and this behavior brings various risks to information security. The AD
account name and computer name binding in UPAS-ADVantage puts
restrictions on which computer the account can log onto and eliminate
the related risks.
3.The 'Computer Name and Account' binding policy is applicable to both DHCP and Static IP networking environment.
4.The non-domain computer that should be part of AD domain is blocked, and the domain membership is enforced.
5.The detailed information about AD account helps the administrator to have insight into the usage of AD accounts.
6.UPAS-ADvantage is capable of managing the computer that is in the
mode of standby or hibernate. When a regulated computer is re-activated
from these states, the ARPScanner will continue to deny its network
7.UPAS-ADvantage is capable of managing remote desktops, and prevents unauthorized user from logging onto the desktop remotely.
8.All the domain computers will be managed by UPAS-ADVantage and the computer with status 'No
Computer Response' will be notified to the administrator or be blocked.
9.Both realtime information and history records include logged-on AD
account names and computer names, and the administrator can easily
manage all the computers and users at one place.
10.The non-compliant user will be redirected to the pre-established web
page, i.e. Redirection Page, when he launches the browser. The message
displayed in this page tells the user which security policy is violated
and how to comply to this policy. Redirection Page helps the enterprise
to promote the appropriate usage of AD.