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So I am hoping someone here can tell me if I am off in la la land with this or if there is a system that actually  exist.

I am looking to have some sort of role based access system that grants access to specific applications based on the role that I put them in.

Example: If I add a user the the HR OU it will give them access to the application that the HR department would need.

Thanks in Advance
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Absolutely, we use Citrix to only publish apps to users who are authorised to use them because of their role and OU.  Sharepoint does much the same.  I'm sure there will be lots of suggestions on how you do this, you just need to find the solution that best fits your situation.  No La La at all :)
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Thank you for your response. We currently have Citrix, but it isn't exactly what we are looking for. I will look deeper for a way to use Sharepoint. The complexity of it is certainly there so I will take a look. I was more thinking of something that I have seen in the past I am just unsure of its name. Thanks
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Were you thinking of Access Control in AD??
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc785913(v=ws.10).aspx
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I don't think so. I am looking for something that will tie in to AD, but allow access to 3rd party apps. So if I created 1 account in 1 location it will create it for all the locations. So basically we get a new user request the user is built 4 -5 different times in different systems because they do not all talk to AD.
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I found it doing a google search.
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