Control and protect Windows Active Directory User Logons

Using the contextual information around a user’s logon, UserLock will authorize, deny or limit how a user can access the network, once authenticated. Manage and control all logon and logon attempts to your Windows AD domain.

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Context-Aware Restrictions Stop Unauthorized Access

Working alongside Active Directory to extend its security, UserLock can apply customized login restrictions by user, group or organizational unit (OU). Any logon attempts that don’t satisfy these conditions are automatically blocked.

Origin

Origin

Limit access by location with controls at workstation, device, IP range, organizational unit (OU), department, floor and building levels.

Time

Limit access to specific timeframes and set daily, weekly or monthly time quotas, maximum session times and idle session time.

Session type Session type

Session type

Control workstation, terminal, Wi-Fi, VPN and IIS sessions to protect both interactive sessions and network access for remote and mobile users.

Simultaneous Connections

Simultaneous Connections

Limit the number of unique entry points and concurrent sessions to prevent simultaneous logins from a single identity.

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Build Effective Restrictions That Protect against Security Breaches

It's tough to identify malicious network access from phished, stolen or shared user login credentials. Your system believes that person on the network is who they say they are. But with UserLock you can build effective restrictions — personalized easily to each employee — that protect against unauthorized access, even when credentials are compromised.

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Non Intrusive Security

Non-Intrusive Security That Doesn’t Impede End Users

Transparent to the end user, contextual access protection ensures employees remain productive and not continually interrupted with additional security steps, for example tokens or smartcards.
Learn more about how UserLock offers an alternative to multi factor authentication

Non Intrusive Security

Non Disruptive Technology That Doesn’t Frustrate IT Teams

UserLock is a client server application capable of auditing and controlling different types of user access connections. It works alongside Active Directory to extend, not replace, its security. No modifications are made to Active Directory or its schema.

User Logon Controls Far Beyond Native Windows Active Directory

UserLock helps IT implement effective logon controls that have proven impossible or extremely cumbersome to achieve through native Windows features alone.

Set restrictions by Group and OU
This saves considerable time and allows IT to set a centralized access control policy across the organization.

Apply temporary controls
Set for a defined time period. No users are left with access rules beyond their immediate need.

Identify an Initial Access Point from a nested session
Authorize access based on whether a session is a new point of entry or from an existing session.

Limit or prevent concurrent sessions
Restrict a user account to access only one computer/device at a time.

Force logoff outside of authorized timeframes
Disconnect a user when they are logged on at the console.

Send previous logon notifications
Inform users of previous connection events involving their credential.

Warn users of suspicious credential use
Alert users in real-time to access events (successful or not) involving their account credentials.

Logon Controls FOR REGULATORY COMPLIANCE

Controlling system access, verifying employees' claimed identity, restricting users from sharing logins and preventing simultaneous logins are all key elements required for compliance with major industry regulations. Learn how UserLock can help organizations address these requirements and get compliant:

HIPAA

Address HIPAA compliance to keep patient data safe

PCI DSS

Address PCI DSS compliance to keep sensitive cardholder data safe

Sarbanes Oxley’s (SOX)

Comply with Sarbanes Oxley’s (SOX) security regulations

ISO 27001

Address network and information access for ISO 27001 compliance

NIST 800-53

Address NIST 800-53 compliance to keep federal data safe

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VersionSupported systems
Windows XP | Windows Server 2003 | Windows Vista | Windows Server 2008 | Windows 7 | Windows Server 2008 R2 | Windows 8 | Windows server 2012 | Windows 8.1 | Windows Server 2012 R2 | Windows 10 (64 bits computers included) | Windows Server 2016

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