The Lyftrondata Provider for Active Directory offers the most natural way to access Active Directory data from Lyftrondata with ease and also enables to connect with BI, MDM & ML tools, Data warehouses, Databases and other SAAS based applications with zero code and zero infrastructure requirements. The provider wraps the complexity of accessing Active Directory data into easy-to-integrate relational fully managed ANSI Sql format. Make faster and better business decisions with Lyftrondata’s Active Directory data provider and automatically build your data migration pipelines in minutes, not months
The provider hides the complexity of accessing data and provides additional powerful security features, smart caching, batching, socket management, and more.
- Comprehensive Delta load mechanism.
- Real-time access to Active Directory.
- Comprehensive full support of ANSI Sql to query data with ease.
- Collaborative query processing.
The user must have credentials for Active Directory, Lyftrondata and your destination data warehouse, lake or database to perform the data pipeline operation with Lyftrondata
Establishing a Connection with Lyftrondata's Quickstart Steps
Create your Active Directory connection with Lyftrondata by following the 5 easy steps show below:
Step1. Add your connection
Click on Connect section on the left panel → Click on Add Connection button
Step2. Select your connector
In the connector selection panel, search and click Active Directory for your connection
Step3. Enter your connection details
In the Connection String section enter the values of the below parameters. The following connection string is required to establish Active Directory connection with Lyftrondata."User=MyUserName;Password=MyPassword;Server=MyServer;Port=MyPort;"
|Connection Name||Enter your connection details||Required|
|User||Your Active Directory User Name||Required|
|Password||Your Active Directory Password||Required|
|Server||Your Active Directory Server||Required|
|Port||Your Active Directory Port||Required|
|Logfile**||Use the logfile option to debug your job and provide your connection name to generate the log file. [ConnectionConfigurationPath]\Connection_name_log.tx||Optional|
|Verbosity**||Choose verbosity 1-5 based on the severity of debugging||Optional|
** For more information, check the Lyftrondata logging and debugging section.
If you want more detailed information about how to establish a connection with Lyftrondata, click on Lyftrondata Connection Quick Start guide.
Step4. Test your connection
Once you are done entering your connection details, simply click on the Test Connection button to test the connectivity. In case your connection fails, add Logfile and Verbosity parameters and check the Lyftrondata logging and debugging section, to debug the error.
Step5. Save your connection
|Account||Tables||The account object class is used to define entries that represent computer accounts.|
|ApplicationEntity||Tables||X.500 base class for applications: Directory Service only uses subclass MSFT-DSA.|
|ApplicationProcess||Tables||X.500 base class for applications: Exchange only uses subclass DSA-Application.|
|ApplicationSettings||Tables||Base class for server-specific application settings.|
|ApplicationSiteSettings||Tables||Contains all site-specific settings.|
|ApplicationVersion||Tables||Can be used by application developers to store version information about their application or its schema.|
|BuiltinDomain||Tables||The container that holds the default groups for a domain.|
|CertificationAuthority||Tables||Represents a process that issues public key certificates, for example, a Certificate Server.|
|Computer||Tables||This class represents a computer account in the domain.|
|Contact||Tables||This class contains information about a person or company that you may need to contact on a regular basis.|
|CRLDistributionPoint||Tables||The object holding Certificate, Authority, and Delta Revocation lists.|
|DHCPClass||Tables||Represents a DHCP Server (or set of servers).|
|DnsNode||Tables||Holds the DNS resource records for a single host.|
|DnsZone||Tables||The container for DNS Nodes. Holds zone metadata.|
|Domain||Tables||Contains information about a domain.|
|DomainDNS||Tables||WindowsÂ NT domain with DNS-based (DC=) naming.|
|DomainPolicy||Tables||Defines the local security authority policy for one or more domains.|
|DomainRelatedObject||Tables||The domainRelatedObject object class is used to define an entry that represents a series of documents.|
|ForeignSecurityPrincipal||Tables||The Security Principal from an external source.|
|Group||Tables||Stores a list of user names. Used to apply security principals on resources.|
|GroupOfNames||Tables||Used to define entries that represent an unordered set of names that represent individual objects or other groups of names.|
|GroupOfUniqueNames||Tables||Defines the entries for a group of unique names. In general, used to store account objects.|
|GroupPolicyContainer||Tables||This represents the Group Policy Object. It is used to define group polices.|
|IpHost||Tables||Represents an abstraction of a host or other IP device.|
|IpNetwork||Tables||Represents an abstraction of a network. The distinguished name value of the Common-Name attribute denotes the canonical name of the network.|
|Organization||Tables||Stores information about a company or organization.|
|OrganizationalPerson||Tables||This class is used for objects that contain organizational information about a user, such as the employee number, department, manager, title, office address, and so on.|
|OrganizationalRole||Tables||This class is used for objects that contain information that pertains to a position or role within an organization, such as a system administrator, manager, and so on. It can also be used for a nonhuman identity in an organization.|
|OrganizationalUnit||Tables||A container for storing users, computers, and other account objects.|
|Person||Tables||Contains personal information about a user.|
|PosixAccount||Tables||Represents an abstraction of an account with Portable Operating System Interface (POSIX) attributes.|
|PosixGroup||Tables||Represents an abstraction of a group of accounts.|
|PrintQueue||Tables||Contains information about a print queue.|
|SecurityObject||Tables||This is an auxiliary class that is used to identify security principals.|
|SecurityPrincipal||Tables||Contains the security information for an object.|
|Server||Tables||This class represents a server computer in a site.|
|Site||Tables||A container for storing server objects. Represents a physical location that contains computers. Used to manage replication.|
|Top||Tables||The top level class from which all classes are derived.|
|TrustedDomain||Tables||An object that represents a domain trusted by (or trusting) the local domain.|
|User||Tables||This class is used to store information about an employee or contractor who works for an organization. It is also possible to apply this class to long term visitors.|