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Microsoft Active Directory Support → This section describes how Microsoft Active Directory is used as an LDAP directory server by Oracle … Database. This section contains these topics: About Microsoft Active Directory Accessing Active Directory
About Microsoft Active Directory → Active Directory is the LDAP-compliant directory server included with Windows server operating … systems. Active Directory stores all Windows operating system information, including users, groups, and … policies. Active Directory also stores information about network
Accessing Active Directory → When using Oracle features that support Active Directory, ensure that the Active Directory computer … server1 Active Directory often issues referrals back to itself in one or more of these forms … , depending upon the operation being performed. If any of the forms cannot reach the Active
Oracle Directory Objects in Active Directory → If Oracle Database and Oracle Net Services are installed and configured to access Active Directory … , then Active Directory Users and Computers displays Oracle directory objects, as illustrated in Figure 13-1:
Directory Security Enhancements → performing LDAP directory-based name look-ups. If you are using Microsoft Active Directory-based name … Predefined Roles\". Directory Security Enhancements In this release, administrators can now disallow … anonymous access to database service information in a directory and require clients to authenticate
Configuring Oracle Database to Use Active Directory → Active Directory as the directory server type, the Automatic Discovery of Directory Servers feature of … Oracle Net Configuration Assistant automatically: Discovers the Active Directory server location … Configures access to the Active Directory server
Oracle Components That Integrate with Active Directory → Active Directory: Directory Naming Automatic Discovery of Directory Servers Integration with … Type Descriptions Integration with Windows Login Credentials Oracle Directory Objects in Active Directory … Windows Tools User Interface Extensions for Oracle Net Directory
Limitations of Directory Naming Support with Microsoft Active Directory → Active Directory with the following limitations: Clients running Microsoft Windows operating system … can use Microsoft Active Directory to resolve net services names, even when the database is running … entries in Microsoft Active Directory. The following features are not supported
Integration with Windows Login Credentials → logged on to connect to Active Directory without having to re-enter the login credentials. This … Directory and retrieve the net service name. Oracle configuration tools can connect automatically to Active … feature has the following benefits: Oracle clients and databases can securely connect to Active
Table 13-1 Oracle Directory Objects → Figure 13-1 Oracle Directory Objects in Active Directory Users and Computers Description of … \"Figure 13-1 Oracle Directory Objects in Active Directory Users and Computers\" Table 13-1 describes the … Active Directory. OracleContext The top-level Oracle
Requirements for Using Oracle Database with Active Directory → To use Net Directory Naming with Active Directory, you must have certain Microsoft and Oracle … Server 2008 R2 x64, Windows Server 2012, or Windows Server 2012 R2 x64 domain to integrate Net Directory Naming with Active Directory. … are discussed in the following sections: Directory
Testing Connectivity from Client Computers → entry under the Oracle Context in Active Directory is orcl, and the client and the database are in the … When using Oracle Net directory naming, client computers connect to a database by specifying the … Database server through a directory server by entering minimal connection information, even when the
Security Groups → Security groups are automatically created when the Oracle Context is created in Active Directory … group. NetService Objects In 11 g, directory clients may optionally be configured to authenticate with … the directory while resolving DB names to connect strings. This makes it possible for NetService … in the directory,
Setting ACLs on NetService Entries → permissions (access control entries) in the access control list (ACL) of objects in Active Directory … Use Dsacls tool to set ACLs on Directory Object. Dsacls.exe command-line tool displays and changes
Directory Naming → server. This feature has been enabled to work with Microsoft Active Directory. Directory Naming enables … directory server such as Active Directory. For example, any net service name previously stored in the tnsnames.ora file can now be stored in Active Directory.
Integration with Windows Tools → Oracle Database services, net service names, and enterprise role entries in Active Directory can be … displayed and tested in two Windows tools: Windows Explorer Active Directory Users and Computers … . Active Directory Users and Computers is an administrative tool installed on Windows
Adding and Deleting Security Group Members → You can add or remove users in the security groups with Active Directory Users and Computers. Note … : Use Active Directory Users and Computers to perform the procedures described in this section … menu, select Programs, then select Administrative Tools, and then select Active Directory
Automatic Discovery of Directory Servers → select Active Directory as the directory server type, Oracle Net Configuration Assistant automatically … Database to Use Active Directory\" for more information on Active Directory configuration … Oracle Net Configuration Assistant provides automatic discovery of directory
Creating an OracleContext → You must create an Oracle Context to use net directory naming features with Active Directory … . Oracle Context is the top-level Oracle entry in the Active Directory tree. It contains Oracle Database … enterprise objects to create the Oracle Context in Active Directory
Oracle Schema Objects Creation → You must create Oracle schema objects to use net directory naming features with Active Directory … attributes stored in Active Directory. The following restrictions apply to creating Oracle schema objects … to use with Active Directory: Only one Oracle schema object