Automated Provisioning Options
Provisioning is the process of creating user accounts and assigning and/or revoking access to products to those user accounts. Smaller companies use the Admin Center to manually provision users, but as the number of users increases, or if there are large shifts in product usage and/or users (due to acquisitions, turnover rates, changes in roles, etc.), it makes sense to use an automated provisioning method to facilitate these changes.
Use the Active Directory Connector v2, our custom provisioning tool
LogMeIn offers a custom tool designed for you to connect your Active Directory account with your LogMeIn account and then use it to automatically provision users and their product access. Learn more.
Use a third-party Identity Provider that offers automated provisioning
Many third-party Identity and Access Management partners offer automated provisioning as part of their feature set. You can learn more about setting up automated provisioning for each of the following Identity Providers (IdPs):
* SCIM (System for Cross-domain Identity Management) is a specification that lets you manage users within your domain organization entity.
Not sure if you need this? Check out Is automated user and product provisioning right for me? for more information.
If you have decided to use automated provisioning, you can learn how to get started.