Config AD for Microsoft Dynamics GP
Fastpath Config AD for Microsoft Dynamics GP integrates Active Directory with GP to enable single sign-on (SSO), and allow user security to be run by IT without GP access.
Microsoft often recommends Active Directory as their preferred, most secure access option, but Active Directory login for Dynamics GP isn’t available. The need for different logins between Windows and GP, along with being inefficient, increases the risk of forgotten passwords and orphaned users, placing an increased burden on IT.
Fastpath's Config AD for GP enables security administrators to manage all aspects of Microsoft Dynamics GP security from Active Directory. With a simple right-click, a Microsoft Dynamics user can be created in seconds. Security administrators no longer need to have GP installed. This reduces security risks and makes user provisioning a regular IT help desk task.
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