This new version includes plenty of user requested features, lots of GUI changes, and a few general improvements and features that I’ve been wanting to add for a while. I’m afraid you’ll have to wait until version 2.5 for command line support though.
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So now that I’ve finally got the first version of my file system permissions reporting tool out there, you may be wondering what I’m going to be working on next… well you probably weren’t wondering that, but I’m going to tell you anyway.
The first official release of my file system permissions reporting tool is finally available, as either a free edition or a standard edition.
The third and final BETA version of my NTFS permissions reporting tool is now available to download. Read on for details of what’s new in this version and a release date for the first official version.
Anyone that tried to use the first BETA of my NTFS permissions reporting tool today will have realised that it expired today – well fear not, the second BETA is here!
After several months of working away on it, I’m happy to say that you can now finally download the first BETA of my NTFS permissions reporting tool.
I get quite a few emails asking when I’m going to be releasing the NTFS permissions reporting tool that I have had listed under the “Future Projects” section of my software page for some time… well, I finally started spending some time on this over the last few days and thought I would post a few screenshots and some basic details of what the application will be able to do.
When deploying a package that installs fonts (a simple MSI installation in our case) via SCCM, the user that is logged on to the computer when the MSI is installed will not be able to use these new fonts until they log out and log back on. Read on for my explanation and solution…