In addition to widely used object types, like User, Group, Computer and Organizational Unit, Active Directory can contain objects of many other types. It is even possible to define your own object types by extending the Active Directory schema. Adaxes Web Interface can be configured to allow you to manage AD objects of any type.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to:
Open Adaxes Web Interface Configurator.
The permissions to configure the Web Interface are delegated via Security Roles. By default, only Service Administrators have the appropriate rights. To enable other users to configure the Web Interface, grant them the corresponding permissions.
In the top left corner, select the Web Interface you want to customize.
To configure the Web Interface to display objects of a custom type when browsing Active Directory, click Browsing in the left navigation menu.
In the Filter Options section:
Click Add and select the object type you need, then click OK.
Select an icon for the specified object type.
Configure how objects of the selected type will be displayed in the Web Interface and customize forms for their creation, modification, and renaming. To do so, click Management in the left navigation menu.
In the Forms and Views section:
Click the down arrow button, and then click Manage object types.
Select the added object type from the drop-down list.
To customize how objects of the selected type will be displayed in the Web Interface, activate the View tab.
Activate the Create, Modify, or Rename tab to customize the forms used for creating, editing, and renaming objects of the selected type.
For details on how to customize views and forms, see Customize Forms for User Creation and Editing.
Save the changes.
The settings in a section can be applied to other Web Interface types. For this purpose, in the top right corner of the section, click the down arrow button and choose Apply to other Web Interfaces.