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Benefits of RAD

Common directory with accounts for students, staff, and faculty, powered by the Rutgers NetID system.

RAD domain controllers are centrally managed by Enterprise Infrastructure and located in multiple geographic areas.

Enterprise print services available including features such as secure print release, quota management, and reporting.

Enterprise file storage for departmental administration and user home drives are provided.


Rutgers Active Directory enrollment includes the following enterprise services:

Enterprise Print Services

Manage print release, quota management, and reporting.


Deploy software and maintain computer and software inventory.

Cisco AMP

Free antivirus software provided to university-owned equipment.


Provide remote support to managed devices.

Network Shares on Enterprise File Storage

Provides file storage for administration and user home drives.

Dell Data Security

Comprehensive solution for data encryption requirements (remote users will need to log into the VPN first).

Tools for Admins

OUs and workstations

See how to create organizational units, migrate workstations, and more.

Setting up ADUC

Learn how to install and set up Active Directory User and Computers (ADUC).

Migrating to RAD

Address these key items before migrating your department’s resources.

Managing your delegated OU

Create and edit group policies, use security groups, and more.

Submit an incident or a service request

Report issues or request Rutgers Active Directory services from our team.



Have questions about Rutgers Active Directory? Check out our FAQ.

Getting started

Here’s what you need to know to start using Rutgers Active Directory.

ADM accounts

Request access and add privileges and restrictions to accounts.

Connecting to AD via LDAP

How to bind Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) to Active Directory.


View the design for the Microsoft Enterprise Active Directory.

Storage as a service

Learn more about storage in Rutgers Active Directory.