New support for multiple Active Directory (AD) domains enables MSPs to do more business with larger clients, whether it’s adopting Cloud RADIUS to extend AD or migrating to JumpCloud. Likewise, we’re delivering greater flexibility for Azure Active Directory (AAD) domain configurations and user management by offering additional domain configurations for directory integration. Other enhancements include broader Linux support for Password Manager.
New Device Integration
JumpCloud now supports mobile device management (MDM) for Windows. This update enables MSPs to easily onboard Windows 10/11 devices for their end users, leveraging the capabilities of the industry-trusted and standardized Windows MDM protocol.
Password Manager Now Supported on Linux Debian Build
Introducing a new downloadable version of the Password Manager desktop app for Linux using the Debian build. This version provides more stability than the .appimage format and supports automatic updates.
Multiple Domain Configurations Now Available for M365/Azure AD
Now, MSPs have much more flexibility with their domain configurations and user management. Choose from three possible configurations: 1) no domains, 2) one or more domains, no default domain, or 3) a list of one or more domains with one default domain.
Active Directory Integration (ADI) Support for Multiple Domains
Active Directory Integration (ADI) now supports customers with multiple domains. This update givesMSPs greater flexibility to extend their AD environments to the cloud, manage their clients’ users and groups in AD or JumpCloud, and help with migration.