Integrate Cloud Service Google Apps for Work in UCS

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Browser-supported Office solutions such as Office 365 or Google Apps for Work (now G Suite) make mobile working much easier and reduce administrative efforts, because they are not anymore installed on the computer but run in the cloud. Administrators don’t need to maintain license lists anymore, nor do regular software updates, and incompatibility issues are […]

How to Integrate with LDAP: “Generic LDAP Connection”

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In the blog article series “How to integrate with LDAP”, we introduce a whole range of different options and possibilities for how the LDAP provided by UCS can be expanded or used in cooperation with other services. In the first section of this article, “Typical Configuration Options”, I will be using an example to demonstrate […]

How can OpenLDAP with UCS be scaled to over 30 million objects?

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The majority of the environments in which UCS is employed include anywhere from a couple of dozen users up to several thousand – sizes which can be directly implemented with the standard configuration of UCS. In the systems operated by the education authorities we see a leap to between 10,000 and 100,000 users – in […]

UCC 3.0 released: Switch from Kubuntu to Ubuntu

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This week we have published version 3.0 of Univention Corporate Client (UCC) our desktop solution for the operation and administration of PCs, notebooks and thin clients. An essential change in comparison to previous releases is the change of the technical basis from Kubuntu to Ubuntu. Our reason for this switch was that Ubuntu offers longer […]

UCS 4.1-3: Third Point Release published

The third point release of Univention Corporate Server 4.1 – UCS 4.1-3 – is now available to download. It includes various usability improvements, important security updates and all errata updates that have been published in the last three months. One of the main focuses of this release is on the further extension of the App […]

How to Setup and Manage Directory Shares

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In this video we are going to explain you how to set up and manage a configuration for a domainwide directory share via the Univention Management Console. You are currently viewing a placeholder content from Youtube. To access the actual content, click the button below. Please note that doing so will share data with third-party [...]

New Release of UCS@school Simplifies the Central Management of User Accounts

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With the release of UCS@school 4.1 R2, we have equipped our IT solution for schools with two new additional functions for the central management of digital identities and authorizations. From now on, UCS@school allows teaching staff and pupils to use their accounts at various schools. And stored school administration data can now be automatically imported […]

Manage Local System Configuration in UCS with UCR

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UCR is the central tool for the management of the local system configuration of a UCS-based system. It releases you from the manual editing of sensitive configuration files. In this video tutorial we explain how you can easily administrate your local system configuration in Univention Corporate Server via Univention Configuration Registry (UCR).

Bye Bye Active Directory Password Service

Hand schreibt das Wort: Simplify

Long before Samba became compatible with Active Directory (Version 4.0, 2011), the UCS AD Connector has already been implemented to build a bridge between UCS’ OpenLDAP-based identity management system and native Microsoft Active Directory domains. Indeed, the UCS AD Connector formed the starting point for the design of the S4 connector employed in UCS today […]

Migration of a Windows AD Domain to a UCS Samba Domain

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Through the integration of the software Samba in Univention Corporate Server we provide you with Microsoft Windows Services. In this video tutorial we are going to explain you how to migrate a Windows Active Directory domain controller to a UCS Samba domain controller using the application Active Directory Takeover.