Simple, Centralized Access Rights Management
With Centero Carillon you are able to manage local user IDs and groups in Windows devices – in an efficient and centralized manner.
- Create and manage new IDs and groups.
- Configure user IDs and groups based on the structure of the existing Active Directory.
- Possibility to configure domain-specific ID and group rules on domain level.
- Further specify rules on the level of organization units, and go even deeper on device level.
- All known user IDs and groups are supported, so for instance operating systems in different languages are easy to manage.
Admin Rights as Self-service
When a user needs temporary admin rights to perform an operation, here’s how easy it is!
1 No sufficient
A user tries to do something
requiring admin privileges.
2 It takes just
The user types in the reason they need to perform the operation, then clicks Yes in the Windows dialog.
The user performs the operation, and their work continues without interruptions, without ever needing admin rights.
Centero Carillon gives YOU the superpower of controlling admin rights!
Check out the power of Centero Carillon. From elevated user priviledges to reporting tools – everything you need to keep admin rights in check is within your reach.
|Elevated user privileges||Centero Carillon|
Performing an operation requiring admin rights with an activation code provided by help desk. This is also possible while offline.
|Self-service with a separate user ID|
Performing an operation requiring admin rights with a separate user ID, with no outside help. This is possible only while online.
|Self-service with users’ own ID|
Performing an operation requiring admin rights with a domain based user ID, with no outside help. This is possible only while online.
|ID management||Centero Carillon|
|Creating local IDs|
Creating local IDs according to rules set or in a device-specific manner.
|Managing ID passwords|
Managing ID passwords with Centero Carillon.
|Fetching a password|
Enabling admin to fetch a password from the system.
|Group management||Centero Carillon|
|Managing group members|
Managing local groups according to rules to include IDs wanted in the group.
Creating local groups according to rules set.
|Scheduling group membership|
Scheduling group memberships to for example include an ID in a group for a certain amount of time.
Showing a device-specific situation on local groups and their members.
Showing rules created with Centero Carillon in the local environment.
|Reporting temporary user IDs|
Showing who is able to use temporary IDs and how they have been used.
|Showing fetched passwords|
Showing who has fetched device-specific passwords.
Showing Centero Carillon client application reports.
Enabling the user to create custom reports.
Managing Centero Carillon API to integrate with other systems and build automations.
Integrating Centero Carillon with Active Directory to use for example AD structure in rules.
|Azure AD integration|
Integrating Centero Carillon with Azure Active Directory to use for example Azure AD groups in rules.
|Platform as a Service|
Enables installing on an Azure platform.
|Supported systems||Centero Carillon|
Microsoft Windows Server support.
Microsoft Windows support for all versions.
Support for devices not connected to the environment.
|Domain joined computers|
Support for devices connected to Active Directory environment.
|Hybrid joined computers|
Support for devices connected to Active Directory and Azure AD on a hybrid model.
|Azure AD joined computers|
Support for devices connected to Azure AD environment.
“Now that Centero Carillon is integrated with Windows, and the user can perform the operation they need to perform with higher access rights, it’s significantly faster and easier for them to move on with their task. This means an improved user experience.”
– Petteri Nakamura, Service Manager, Deltamarin
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