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Using a Bastion Forest for Privileged Account Management in Microsoft AD Environments

September 29, 2016 | Privileged Access Management
By Aaron Turner, IANS Faculty

In Microsoft Active Directory (AD) environments, a bastion forest can be used to both reliably manage privileged access and recover a compromised AD implementation. In this report, IANS Faculty Aaron Turner explains the theory behind the bastion forest and steps you through the process of setting one up. He also explains how some organizations may be able to use a bastion forest as a cost-effective alternative to pricier privileged access management (PAM) tools.

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