Since its release in 1999, Microsoft Active Directory has gradually developed into the technology of choice for managing the digital infrastructure of businesses of various sizes. Active Directory can scale as organizations grow from small to large, from a single building to dozens of geographical locations, from a single server to several large data centers scattered across the world, and from a dozen to thousands of employees. 

Active Directory provides many benefits that have made it the favorite domain controller and directory service of enterprises. But authenticating user accounts in Active Directory has intricacies that, if not addressed, can lead to security incidents and management overhead that can have financial and reputational costs for the organizations. 

Fortunately, some solutions can help enterprises get the best out of Active Directory while also keeping the digital assets and employee accounts secure. 

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