Campus Active Directory (CAD) is a BYU implementation of Microsoft Active Directory. It provides a single Active Directory domain that BYU uses to simplify the management of systems and users at the university. Any department may request the creation of an Organizational Unit (OU) into which they may place computers and security groups.
For information and details, see the Campus Active Directory page.
CAS Single Sign-On is a method of consolidating user sign in for multiple Internet applications into a one-time authentication. Authentication occurs by the application referring to the Central Authentication Service (CAS) which validates the user identity with the BYU Net ID and password at trusted entry points. When users sign in with their credentials using CAS, they will be signed-in to each Internet application utilizing CAS.
To use CAS, users will set up single sign-on by going to https://www.apereo.org/projects/cas and using BYU's sign-on parameters.
For details, see the CAS Single Sign-On page.
Information that is BYU specific, such as AIM within myBYU, are governed by Informational Areas. To grant an employee or faculty access to these BYU specific tools, contact those who manage the access of these Informational Areas. For specific details of Informational Areas and their respective contacts, see the SAAS website for granting access to employees.
Group Access Admin is a system for allowing distributed access via groups. Access for university personnel is based on groups contained within the Group Reference Object (GRO) database.
For details, see the Group Access Admin page.
The Enterprise Directory (LDAP) is a database of stored information sourcing from Personal Information found in myBYU. LDAP allows users to access this information for validating authentication for their web applications without compromising the information.
For details, see the Enterprise Directory (LDAP) page.
Person, Group, and Directory Lookup Web Services are available at https://api.byu.edu/store but can be discovered and requested through the Developer Portal (https://developer.byu.edu) as well as InfoHub (https://infohub.byu.edu). Information Areas, Group Access Administration and other authorization mechanisms are available to allow entitled users secure access to the information stored primarily within Personal Information. Access will be granted after a Data Sharing Agreement has been approved through InfoHub. You will need a privileged account (Organization ID) to go through this process. Please contact Operations and Support (801-422-4000 or email@example.com) for assistance, if needed.
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The feedback box, located below, is intended for general comments on this page or service information and NOT for help with specific technical issues you are having with the service itself. If you would like a response to your feedback, be sure to include your contact information or log into it.byu.edu using the login button at the top of this page.