A directory database installed on enterprise directory domain servers. This database performs the tasks of finding and managing information about users, groups, computers, peripherals and organizational units.


A hierarchical distributed naming system for a computer, service, Internet, or any resource connected to a private network, for partitioning the Internet, naming partitions, and organizing communication between departments.


Service used to assign IP addresses and some additional parameters of computers connected to a network.


A protocol used to match the clocks of computers on a network.


Samba is a network server application that enables communication between Linux / Unix operating systems and Windows operating systems.


With the SaltStack infrastructure, also known as Salt, you can easily manage servers or clients with Windows®, Linux® and macOS® operating systems from a single center without requiring domain membership.


GPOs are objects that provide operating systems, user settings, customizations, restrictions, application deployment in an enterprise directory environment.


Domain controllers are responsible for generating optimal traffic over the replication topology in no more than three steps. This service runs every 15 minutes and is responsible for updating in no more than three steps.


A shared folder found on domain controllers. This folder contains the GPO settings. In replication between domain controllers, SYSVOL is also replicated.


For directory information to be consistent between controllers in a domain, this information must be updated across controllers. This event that takes place is called replication.

SSO (Single-Sign-On)

Single Sign-On (SSO) is a framework that allows users to authenticate with multiple applications and websites using a single credential.


It is a service that does the authentication / authorization process.


Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is a way for different devices on a network to share information with one another. It allows devices to communicate even if the devices are different hardware and run different software.