DiskStation can fit into your domain environment seamlessly. By joining the DiskStation to the existing domain environment, IT administrators will be able to take advantage of centralized account management to reduce overhead costs and spending on IT resources. Employees can also use single account to access various services provided by the NAS server. Your DiskStation can also act as a LDAP server to oversee domain management for your Mac/Linux environment.
Join the DiskStation to your Active Directory (AD) server to enjoy the benefits of maintaining simplified and centralized management, as well as easy access for employees with one set of domain account. For security, IT managers have the ability to configure up to 16 advanced Windows ACL permission options and 3 built-in privilege levels with File Station.
With complete LDAP support, DiskStation can serve as a full-fledged LDAP server to centralize management of network resources and domain accounts in a Mac/Linux environment. While IT managers can easily configure permission settings for user accounts and DSM applications, your DiskStation can also join an existing LDAP server.
One of the advantages of having a DiskStation is its offering of rich functionalities. Now both AD and LDAP domain users can use their domain account to access more DSM apps and services directly.