This article explains how to setup/configure your local server to integrate with WhosOffice in order for your Active Directory users to access their WhosOffice account without the need for seperate login information.
You will require access to your local Web Server. If you do not have this access level, this integration will need to be carried out by a System Administrator or equivalent role within your organisation.
You will be required to have the following on your server:
Downloading your custom integration file
You may wish to include this integration within an existing local site within IIS, for the purpose of this document we are assuming a new local site will be created.
Completing your WhosOffice integration
Testing the integration
If you have any problems, contact our support team at email@example.com
Title: Active Directory Integration
Posted: Wednesday, 24th Jun 2015
By: Tony Bushell
Direct link: http://www.whosoffice.com/support/knowledgebase/active-directory-integration
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