How do I integrate Greetly and Active Directory via PowerShell

Your visitor management system should promote process automation. It should automate the visitor check-in process, application setup and your data.

Your visitor management system should promote process automation. It should automate the visitor check-in process, application setup and your data.

That is why Greetly developed a PowerShell script that allows you to automatically send to Greetly the users in your Active Directory (commonly referred to as AD) via HTTPS. It takes just a few minutes to schedule this script to run as a job on your environment. All you have to do is update the variables in the script with your AD and Greetly sign-in app information.

The Script

Finally, the magic moment you have been waiting for (drumroll), the Greetly<>AD PowerShell script.

The details

  • The script updates your Greetly user directory from Active Directory or another LDAP.
  • The script queries users' information from AD and sends them to Greetly via HTTP POST.
  • In order to use this script, you need to update the following variables:

If you are not familiar with PowerShell, we recommend reviewing the following tutorial: https://blog.netwrix.com/2018/02

Note

For non-servers this requires Remote Server Administration Tools for Windows. The required PowerShell plug-in can be downloaded from the following URLs:

A time saver within a time saver.