To match Administrator, Service, and End User Accounts that have been imported from Active Directory, Office 365, or Local accounts to Hudu password entries.
Once Administrator, Service Accounts, and End User Accounts have been imported into Quickpass (see this article if you have not imported your accounts), you can link them to Hudu password entries. Note: The screenshots below are from the End-User Accounts screens, however the process for Service Accounts and Administrator Accounts is identical (simply ensure you start the process within the Dashboard section you are trying to link to Hudu).
Linking End User Accounts, to Hudu, is not required and will depend on your need to store End User password entries in Hudu.
1. Click the Match Accounts button, then select Hudu.
NOTE: Quickpass makes extensive use of the Hudu Type values for the Automatic Matching process. If you have existing Hudu Password Entries that you want to ensure are automatically matched during import or during the Manual Matching process, please ensure that those entries are updated with the following Type values:
|On Premise Active Directory
|Office 365 OR Microsoft 365 OR Azure AD OR Azure Active Directory
2. The Match Accounts function will scan through your user list, attempting to automatically match to users in Hudu. If an automatic match is found, you will see the 3 star icon on the line item, and a matching account will be displayed on the right side. For automatic matched, you simply need to click Save.
If a match is not found, you have an option of either manually matching to the correct user, or creating a new user in Hudu if it doesn't currently exist. To create a new user in Hudu, simply check the box to the right of the user you'd like to add, then click Save.
If an automatic match is not found, it typically means that the user either doesn't exist, or the entries do not match exactly between Quickpass and Hudu. In this case, you can manually match the account by clicking Match with Hudu Password Entry, then selecting the proper user and clicking Select.
Make sure to click Save to save your changes.
With multiple matching options (Automatic, Manual, and adding to Hudu) available, you have the ability to filter what accounts you are seeing. You can view All, Unmatched, Suggested Matches, and Matched.
These options allow you to see just the specified accounts. If you use one of these filters and make selections/assignments or choose to add a new entry into Hudu, you will need to click Confirm Matches to proceed.
Clicking the Confirm Matches button will take you back to the "All" list, allowing you to see all entries and your selections before clicking Save.
On your End-User list, you should see the Hudu logo on the Integrations column, for any account that you've matched.
Auto Match Criteria
Quickpass will look for Hudu password entries that satisfy the following criteria:
Active Directory Accounts and Matched AD / O365 Accounts
- Username = samAccountName (Ie. Username = jsmith)
- Username = userPrinpalName (Ie. Username = email@example.com)
- Username = domain\samAccountName (Ie. Username = quickpass\jsmith)
Office 365 Accounts
- Username = userPrincipalName (Ie. Username = firstname.lastname@example.org)
If Quickpass finds suitable matches it will list the results and allow you to select all and click the Save button to complete the process. If no matches are found you will see a message on screen showing No Matches Found.