Want to find out exactly what managing a cloud server with JumpCloud’s AD Bridge looks like? Check out the video below to see a detailed discussion and guide on the process with JumpCloud’s associate product manager Kyle Randolph.
Managing Cloud Servers with AD Bridge | Tutorial Video
This video covers the following topics:
- The JumpCloud agent on Linux and Windows servers
- System Management with JumpCloud Groups
- Making associations to the Linux and Windows cloud server using JumpCloud Groups
- Authenticating against the Linux and Windows server using AD user credentials
- SSH key management for Linux servers
- Revoking access to servers using the JumpCloud agent
One important thing to note: in order to follow the steps outlined in the tutorial, you must already have users and groups added to JumpCloud through the AD Bridge. If you still need to set this up, check out our video detailing the AD Bridge setup here.
More on the AD Bridge
This video is just one episode in our series on using JumpCloud’s AD Bridge. If you would like to see more about the capabilities of the AD Bridge, you can check out the rest of the videos in the list below:
- Installing AD Bridge
- Using AD Bridge
- Managing Cloud Servers with AD Bridge
- User Account Provisioning and Control with AD Bridge
- Users & Groups and AD Bridge
- RADIUS & LDAP with AD Bridge
Hopefully you are able to get some use out of these tutorial videos, but if you still want to get more information on the AD Bridge topic then make sure to visit our support page. There are many in-depth articles on the usage of Directory-as-a-Service’s AD Bridge feature, and every other area of the platform. Cloud server management with JumpCloud is a key feature of the DaaS platform, and ensuring that you understand how to leverage it correctly can help you spend less time managing on-prem hardware, use fewer third party apps, and create easier workflows for the end user.
If you have any remaining questions, we’d be happy to help answer them. Any questions about the AD Bridge, other features, or the platform as a whole, can be answered by contacting the JumpCloud team. Alternatively, you can also find more information on our website, our extensive library of Knowledge Base articles, or our other tutorial videos.
Not using JumpCloud yet?
It’s easy to get an account. In fact, it’s completely free for 10 users – no credit card required. Sign up for a free JumpCloud account and test out the AD Bridge feature for yourself. Then, you can see exactly how it will work for you. Check it out today!
This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog post authored by Jon Griffin. Read the original post at: JumpCloud