Cjwdev Facebook Page

August 25, 2013 — 1 Comment

Quick post to let you know that I recently started a Facebook page for Cjwdev. I think it could be a good platform to ask you guys quick questions through and discuss potential ideas for new tools, as well as a way for you to keep up to date with what I’m currently working on and me answering any questions you have about my programs or anything IT related.

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A video I made today explaining how GPO loopback processing works in detail and some things you need to be aware of when considering to use it.

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Just a quick post to mention that I’ve released updates to a few of my tools this week – if you’re using these tools and have got the “check for updates on launch” enabled then you’ll be notified of the update and the changes it contains next time you run the application, but for those that don’t have that option enabled here’s a description of what’s new.

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As you’ve probably guessed from the title, the next tool I’m going to be releasing is a permissions reporting tool for Active Directory. It will be similar in concept to my NTFS Permissions Reporter tool, but obviously instead of reporting on file system permissions it will report on permissions assigned to objects in AD (e.g who can modify which properties of which user accounts, OUs, etc etc).

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I made the original version of this tool a while ago and it was made very quickly just as a favour for someone that wanted something simple that could show them the members of the local Administrators group on several remote computers. Today I finally got chance to update and improve it.

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As system admins we’ve all encountered a BSOD (Blue Screen Of Death) at least once during our careers, but I often find that the tools and techniques you can use to find out what actually caused a BSOD are not common knowledge for a lot of admins. So I thought I would make a quick video showing how easy it is to diagnose them in a lot of cases.

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I’m considering making a tool for tracking/auditing user logons, as this is something people often ask me to make, but there’s one thing I want to get your opinions on first.

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AD Info 1.7 Released

May 9, 2013 — 1 Comment

The latest version of my AD reporting tool, which now includes command line support and email support, is now available.

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This latest release of my Active Directory reporting tool will include command line support and support for emailing results (two of the most commonly requested features since this tool was released). Read on for further details and release date.

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I promise this will be the last post about AD Tidy 2.0 🙂 Just a quick one to let everyone know that the free edition of the new version is now available for download.

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AD Tidy 2.0 Released

March 29, 2013 — 3 Comments

I’m pleased to announce that the brand new version of my popular AD account clean up tool is now available. Read on for purchase link and details of the free edition release date.

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As mentioned in my previous posts, this new version of AD Tidy will come in two editions like most of my other apps – a free edition and a standard edition. This post will explain the differences between them along with release dates and pricing.

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Anyone following this blog will know that for the last couple of months I’ve been busy working away on re-writing AD Tidy from scratch – and I’m pleased to announce that it is getting very close to being finished, so I have now released a public BETA version.

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Recently I’ve been asked quite a few times if I offer any discounted collections of all of my products, so I’m pleased to announce that I now have an IT Pro bundle available for each type of license that can be purchased for my products.

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