Use advanced technologies for the user’s access to your company's IT resources instead of using obsolete and unreliable password authentication
access manager
Схема работы Indeed AM
  • Indeed AM Providers
  • Indeed AM Enterprise Server
  • Indeed AM Windows Logon
  • Indeed AM IIS Extension
  • Indeed AM RADIUS Extension
  • Indeed AM ADFS Extension
  • Indeed AM Database
This is module library for pairing the Indeed AM to authentication technologies and devices. In general, such modules contain vendor device drivers and implement functions of authentication data receiving and comparing. Thus, the Indeed AM Provider separates working with devices from the system logics and providers for unified interaction interface.
This is the core component the of Indeed Access Manager infrastructure. The server provides for centralized storage and protection of user data, carries out the employee authentication procedure and processing of requests from system components.
This is the client-side software installed to user workstations. The Indeed AM Windows Logon provides for opportunity to login to Windows using the strong authentication technologies.
The IIS Extension (Indeed AM IIS) integration module is used for authentication in web applications that use Internet Information Services (IIS). This module provides for two-factor authentication in such applications without modifying their code. After supplying the username and password, the user is redirected to a separate authentication page to authenticate himself or herself with one-time password. IIS Extension can be used with any web application, such as Outlook Web Access, Sharepoint, Skype for Business, RD Web Access etc.
The Indeed AM RADIUS makes it possible to perform authentication in RADIUS-compatible systems using various one-time password technologies: VPN, VDI etc. The module supports both one-factor authentication and two-factor authentication. With one-factor authentication, a user needs to specify his or her username and one-time password to authenticate. The two-factor authentication requires that a username and a constant password are specified in the first step, and a one-time password is specified in the second one. The module also supports software and hardware password generators for OATH TOTP and HTOTP protocols, as well as sending the one-time passwords via SMS or e-mail.
The Indeed AM ADFS allows for performing of the two-factor authentication (2FA) using one-time passwords in the applications that support the ADFS protocol. Besides, the ADFS technology makes it possible to build a Single Sign-On (SSO) solution in order to eliminate the need of multiple authentication within a single session. The combination of 2FA and SSO approaches significantly enhances the company cyber security level and increases its employees efficiency at the same time.
The Indeed AM RDP Windows Logon module makes it possible to use two-factor authentication with one-time passwords when remotely connecting to servers running under Windows Server system via RDP protocol. Authentication is then performed in two steps: in the first one, a user has to specify his or her domain account credentials, and in the second step, the user has to specify a one-time password. To receive one-time passwords, the module also supports software and hardware password generators for OATH TOTP and HTOTP protocols, as well as sending the one-time passwords via SMS.
The Indeed AM data is stored in Active Directory. No scheme expansion is required. All the data is localized in a separate container.
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