Connect your Remote Devices to the Corporate Domain

Extend AD/LDAP compliance to all your remote devices and ensure compliance with our domain joining tool

Why does your company need Domain Joining?

Push Group Policies to Remote Devices

Push Group Policies to Remote Devices

Ensure compliance with updated security protocols

Ensure compliance with updated security protocols

Enable control over updates and security patches

Enable control over updates and security patches

Ensure seamless AD/LDAP compliance by all devices outside the corporate domain

Ensure seamless AD/LDAP compliance by all devices outside the corporate domain

Find out how InstaSafe Zero Trust Application Access ensures complete visibility across your network

Issues with Domain Joining

Domain Joining initiatives involve multiple inherent security risks and hence becomes a complicated exercise

Multiple Port Access needs to be provided to devices

Multiple Port Access needs to be provided to devices

Data Centers are exposed to the risk of multiple exposed ports

Data Centers are exposed to the risk of multiple exposed ports

Exposed Ports can be exploited to gain access to critical resources and launch malware

Exposed Ports can be exploited to gain access to critical resources and launch malware

Secure, Seamless, Instant Domain Joining with InstaSafe

Secure, Seamless, Instant Domain Joining with InstaSafe

Secure, Seamless, Instant Domain Joining with InstaSafe

Secure, Seamless, Instant Domain Joining with InstaSafe

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Keep your DC in a private network and block all inbound ports

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Access to your DC is secured by InstaSafe Secure gateway

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A secure tunnel is created from InstaSafe Controller to gateway

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The Controller is used to interconnect users to applications in the DC

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Authenticated users get authorised secure access to the DC through the InstaSafe gateway

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Solve your access challenges with InstaSafe's Secure Remote Access

Improve your security posture and gain better control over your network with Zero Trust

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Frequently Asked Questions on Domain Joining

Yes. The connectivity to the AD domain will be automatically driven by the ZTA Controller.

The AD configurations can be feeded to the Controller Admin Control panel. The controller will reach out to the on-premise or Cloud based AD or Azure AD server for each of the user authentication

The domain server will be hosted on a private network and won’t be reachable to the internet. Controller will access the AD through the gateway.

LDAP is a protocol used by AD for the operation. There are other domain services too that are using the same protocol.

LDAP is a way of speaking to Active Directory. LDAP is a protocol that many different directory services and access management solutions can understand. The relationship between AD and LDAP is much like the relationship between Apache and HTTP:

  • HTTP is a web protocol.
  • Apache is a web server that uses the HTTP protocol.
  • LDAP is a directory services protocol.
  • Active Directory is a directory server that uses the LDAP protocol.

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