Cameyo can integrate into your Active Directory environment at different levels, depending on your setup and how deep you need the integration to happen.
On-premise (self-hosted) Cameyo server
By installing Cameyo self-hosted server within your domain, your Cameyo sessions will automatically inherit all of your user configuration and data. All you need to do is configure your Cameyo servers to Native Windows Accounts, and set your applications to Unauthenticated access mode.
Your Cameyo sessions will require AD user credentials and will run under their native Windows profile and Active Directory's identity.
If your Cameyo servers run from the cloud with no VPN connection into the domain, you can still connect Cameyo's portal authentication to Azure AD or other cloud-based SSO providers. At this point, users will not need additional logins or credentials for Cameyo. Windows applications themselves will run under pseudo user profiles provided by Cameyo. These will not include all of the user's legacy user profile data, but new local ones created and maintained by Cameyo. They will be mapped to users according to their Active Directory identity but won't be the same as their Windows profiles. For example John Doe's local Cameyo profile may be uniquely named "jdoe-2334abc4393".