Typical Workflow for Managing Microsoft Active Directory (AD) Bridges for Oracle Identity Cloud Service

With the Microsoft Active Directory (AD) Bridge feature in Oracle Identity Cloud Service, you can create, manage, and remove AD Bridges.

Task Description Additional Information
Understand the AD Bridge.

You can receive an overview of the AD Bridge for Oracle Identity Cloud Service.

You can also learn why you should use the AD Bridge, and how it’s used to synchronize users and groups between AD and Oracle Identity Cloud Service.

About the Microsoft Active Directory (AD) Bridge

Why Use the Microsoft Active Directory (AD) Bridge?

Set permissions for your AD account. Before creating an AD Bridge, you must set permissions for your AD domain administrator account. You must set these permissions so that you can install the bridge and configure delegated authentication for it. Set Permissions for Your Microsoft Active Directory (AD) Account
Create an AD Bridge. You can create an AD Bridge using the Directory Integrations page and the client for the bridge. Create a Microsoft Active Directory (AD) Bridge
Configure an AD Bridge. You can configure an AD Bridge using the Directory Integrations page. Configure a Microsoft Active Directory (AD) Bridge
Define attribute mappings for an AD Bridge. You can define attribute mappings for an AD Bridge using the Directory Integrations page. Define Attribute Mappings for a Microsoft Active Directory (AD) Bridge
Run an AD Bridge. You can run an AD Bridge manually or view a synchronization log about the bridge being run using the Directory Integrations page. Run a Microsoft Active Directory (AD) Bridge
View details about an AD Bridge. You can view details about an AD Bridge using the Directory Integrations page. View Details About a Microsoft Active Directory (AD) Bridge
Activate and deactivate AD Bridges. You can activate and deactivate AD Bridges using the Directory Integrations page. Activate and Deactivate Microsoft Active Directory (AD) Bridges
Modify an AD Bridge. You can modify an AD Bridge using the Directory Integrations page. Modify a Microsoft Active Directory (AD) Bridge
Remove an AD Bridge. You can remove an AD Bridge using the Directory Integrations page and the client for the bridge. Remove a Microsoft Active Directory (AD) Bridge
Understand best practices for the AD Bridge. You can learn about best practices for creating, managing, and maintaining the AD Bridge. Understand Best Practices for the Microsoft Active Directory (AD) Bridge
You can create, manage, and remove AD Bridges by using:
  • The Identity Cloud Service console

  • SCIM-based APIs

In the following sections, you learn how to manage AD Bridges by using the Identity Cloud Service console.

For more information about how to use SCIM APIs, see REST API for Oracle Identity Cloud Service.