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Microsoft Identity Manager pros and cons

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Microsoft Identity Manager Pros review quotes

OM
May 20, 2019
The feature that I find most valuable is the security layer of the identity and access management solution. The ability to secure on-premises and cloud-based workloads and to provide seamless authentication into hybrid workloads, which is also both on-premises and in cloud environments.
GP
Jun 7, 2023
The concept is primarily for the people in the business. In business, you can discuss how integrating all the services and resources within the company can bring numerous benefits.
VA
Apr 11, 2019
Microsoft integration products are strong. That is what I like about the product.
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AnvarSadique - PeerSpot reviewer
Oct 18, 2023
I appreciate how Microsoft keeps adding new features to Microsoft Identity Manager.
it_user991605 - PeerSpot reviewer
Oct 13, 2019
The most valuable feature of the solution is the fact that I can use it to track who is sending which email, who is accessing which documents or which files, etc. These tools help me improve security within the enterprise environment.
JG
May 16, 2019
The features that we find most valuable are security, mobility, and Single Sign-On.
LR
Aug 2, 2020
Very powerful synchronization tool.
Bogdan Paun - PeerSpot reviewer
Feb 3, 2023
Its interface and the fact that it's integrated with everything in the Microsoft ecosystem are the most valuable features.
it_user1220571 - PeerSpot reviewer
Jan 29, 2020
The most valuable and most interesting feature is the conditional access.
Akin Ayodele - PeerSpot reviewer
May 31, 2022
What makes this solution attractive is the licensing model. Microsoft Identity Manager is included in premium versions of Azure AD and in enterprise agreements such as E3. This makes the solution very attractive to many of our clients who are subscribed to those products.
 

Microsoft Identity Manager Cons review quotes

OM
May 20, 2019
In terms of the identity and access management solution for on-premises environment, I think Microsoft needs to eliminate or minimize the number of workloads for the solution to run in on-premises environment.
GP
Jun 7, 2023
The setup was difficult. The deployment process is not quick.
VA
Apr 11, 2019
Instead of using the connectors from the third-party companies, they should make the Microsoft templates available with this product. If Microsoft would increase the number of the box connectors that would be helpful to all the customers who use it daily.
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AnvarSadique - PeerSpot reviewer
Oct 18, 2023
Some valuable features might go unused because they are not well-documented or connected clearly in user guides.
JG
May 16, 2019
They have to improve the User Entity and Behavioral Analysis.
LR
Aug 2, 2020
All actions require logging in to the server.
Bogdan Paun - PeerSpot reviewer
Feb 3, 2023
The prices can always be improved, and the integration with the software from other vendors could use an improvement, especially if you are using something like Oracle for a database, SAP for ERP, or something like that.
it_user1220571 - PeerSpot reviewer
Jan 29, 2020
The information that is available for the Active Directory portal is segregated here and there.
Akin Ayodele - PeerSpot reviewer
May 31, 2022
The governance reporting of the solution can be improved, as it can be difficult to get good, intelligible reports. Microsoft could implement an API of some sort to allow report customization or some form of SQL model, to further customize modules and improve the reporting. That would be a major improvement to the product.
MK
Mar 15, 2022
It requires a lot of improvements. Microsoft is killing this product and migrating some of the features to Azure AD. The last version of this solution was 2016. If it is going to stay and integrate with Azure AD, its integration needs to be worked on in terms of connectors, etc. It doesn't seem that they are improving it alone. Microsoft wants to integrate it with Azure AD, but the integration is still not complete.