Use Active Directory to add users

You can use your Active Directory (AD) to automatically add users to OneStop Reporting. In this way, users can log on with their domain credentials instead of having a OneStop Reporting user name and password.


NOTE: OneStop Reporting does not offer Single Sign On.

You can also use Role mappings to limit access based on roles in your AD.

In addition, you can map AD roles to roles in OneStop Reporting. The OneStop Reporting roles are set up in Settings > Administration > Roles tab.

  1. Click Settings.
  2. Click System Settings.
  3. Click the Active Directory tab.
  4. Activate the Active Directory by turning on the C:\Users\ashild\Documents\Åshild User Guides 5_0\pics\Switch_on.png Enabled switch.
  5. In the Active Directory domain field, enter your AD domain.
  6. Select to use the Default authentication or click the Specified button to enter a specified authentication method (domain controller; server, or IP).
    NOTE: Now, all users in your AD have access to OneStop Reporting.
  7. You can limit the access by using a group name from your AD;
    1. In the Active Directory group name field, enter the name of the AD role.
    2. Click the Add role mapping button.

NOTE: Best practice would be to do this in your AD before you enable this in OneStop Reporting.


Map Active Directory roles to OneStop Reporting roles

  1. If you have set up roles in OneStop Reporting, you can map the roles from your AD to the roles in OneStop Reporting:
    1. In the Active Directory group name field, enter the name of the AD role.
    2. In the Portal role name list, select the OneStop Reporting role.
    3. Click the Add role mapping button.
  2. Click Save when you are done.


To delete a Role mapping;

  1. Click the role mapping you want to delete and click the X.
  2. Click Save.