Identity and Access Synchronization for the Enterprise Organizations today operate at an accelerated pace. Changes to Active Directory, HR/ERP and other identity stores are constant due to new hires, promotions, transfers or terminations. These different identity stores can become out-of-sync resulting insecurity, compliance and user productivity issues. An organization’s identity stores need to be provisioned and synchronized efficiently. Existing solutions are inadequate because they often require custom scripting and services that cost more than the software itself. Organizations need a quick, inexpensive and manageable identity synchronization solution. Quest One Quick Connect synchronizes identity data (users, groups, passwords and supporting data for roles) enterprise-wide to support a unified and intelligent approach to identity and access management. By integrating identities with Quest One, Active Directory-based or enterprise solutions, the provisioning process is automated to control user access, reduce errors and save administrative time and cost. Using a set of wizards, the configuration of synchronization profiles is simplified, and no programming is required. Features IdentitySync - Synchronizes identities (typically user accounts) to other systems enabling an Active Directory user to logon to non-Active Directory applications or data sources. Quick Connect utilizes a set of wizards to configure synchronization profiles. Unlike other synchronization solutions, Quick Connect requires no programming. PasswordSync - Sets initial passwords during provisioning, captures password change in Active Directory, synchronizes it in connected systems and can then enable universal password resets through integration with Quest Password Manager. AutoMapping - Automatically reconciles associated objects (users, groups, etc) between source and target systems including auto-creation where no object exists, rule correlation, and manual mapping for exceptions. ErrorControl - Reduces the impact of synchronization errors by providing thresholds and stop conditions that determine if and when synchronization should halt due to errors.