As a representative for MooD as a tool internal to the organisation I work in
I want to MooD to have better/tighter integration with Active Directory (AD) when it comes to managing and maintaining users and user rights in MooD, both for MBA and MAE.
So That MooD can be set up in such a way as to reduce the amount of manual work currently required to achieve single sign on capability over the web. Also, if the concept can be extended to MBA, such that user can achieve single sign on through to MooD (no extra login prompt required), this would be very beneficial.
As a caveat, I do understand that there are probably technical difficulties that I am now sort of "hand waving" - such as "where would I manage user rights" and "what would happen if user rights to MooD and resources MooD uses do not align (e.g. SQL Server)". The specifics on how to achieve the end goals might need some discussions...
Benefits: Reducing manual work load required to keep MooD as an enterprise tool throughout the organisation. Way of aligning with IT Security requirements.
- Ability to make sure new users get access to MooD through Web/MAE (and maybe MBA) by rights set up in Active Directory, without the manual steps of creating users and assigning them to user groups, which is what is currently required.
- (needs further clarifications) Ability to set up user rights in AD and transferring them over to MooD
Customer / Originator LFV
Priority High (req 1), Mid (req 2)
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