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The automatic application detection, intelligent integration of your directory services, selection options based on the network infrastructure and other rights restriction options means that the affected users can be very precisely selected and informed.
Choose different addressing variants to select the best way of sending messages to your users. To achieve this, you can use different variants both individually and in combination.

Address registry entries

Address registry entries: Address notices more precisely using registry entries. For example, you can use them to inform users of a particular printer when it is unavailable for maintenance.


Simply restrict a message to the desired application and, automatically, IBI-aws only informs the user that is actually affected. You don’t need to think about which users deploy a specific application. Web applications are also supported, regardless of the browser used and without added client dependency.

Directory services

Use your existing directory services (Azure Active Directory, Microsoft Active Directory or Novell eDirectory) to restrict messages to users, computers, groups and/or organizational units. As a result, you can dispense with a complex and redundant user administration system. Furthermore, you can apply dynamic restrictions using the directory service attributes.


Use your logically structured networks to send messages to certain network areas or individual IPs.

Time restriction

A user receives a message only within a defined period.

Automatic hide

If a message is no longer relevant, i.e. the message has expired or has been resolved, the currently displayed message on the screen can, as required, be automatically hidden.

Inclusions and exclusions

The network and directory services addressing variants can be used for inclusions as well as exclusions. You define all of the units that should receive a message using an inclusion. Exclusions define those that will not receive a message in an included area. This setting can be selected for each message individually.

General exclusions

Besides message specific inclusions and exclusions, it is also possible to define general exclusions at message group level. This option is particularly expedient for end devices in public areas.