Active Administrator for Azure Active Directory enables IT administrators to manage hybrid on-premises/Azure-based Active Directory environments from a single console. Compared to native tools, AD administration is significantly improved with:
Active Administrator for Azure Active Directory is also ideal for cloud-based Active Directory service providers because multi-tenant AD environments can also be managed from a single console.
Manage Azure Active Directory users and groups from the convenience of a simplified GUI interface.
Manage multiple Azure AD tenants from a single console.
Search simultaneously for users and groups in Azure AD from anywhere within the console, overcoming native search capabilities.
Send alerts when users or groups are modified, helping to protect your Active Directory environment.
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