The JumpCloud API returns directory data in JSON format once authenticating via Keys. With the API, developers can access users' directories from Office 365, LDAP,G-Suite, and Active Directory, featuring commands, policies, applications, systems, groups, and radius servers. Jumpcloud provides Directory-as-a-service solutions for IT admins to securely connect and manage users with the applications, devices, file servers, and networks users need to access.
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