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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As promised, the final BETA of my Active Directory reporting tool AD Info is now available for public download. This BETA adds a considerable number of query-able attributes that were not in the first BETA, along with some minor new features and bug fixes.
Happy new year to everyone, hope you all had a great Christmas…I’m sure it was better than mine anyway, as I managed to get a cold on Christmas day that I have only just recovered from.
Anyway, to celebrate the new year (ok so maybe its nothing to do with the new year…) I have been busy finishing off a new version of my free AD Tidy application . Most of the new features were requested features so thanks to those that took the time to send me an email asking for these as I’m sure they will be useful to lots of people. You can find a list of changes and a download link below.
After several months, I’ve finally got AD Info to a point where it is ready to be BETA tested by the public. There are a few features that I am still working on and these will be included in the next BETA version, which will also include improvements made from feedback on this first BETA, but the majority of the features are up and running and I’m keen to see how others get on with the application.
Here is the promised second part of my preview/guide to the AD Info BETA. This post will cover creating your own custom queries if you can’t find a built in query that meets your requirements.
I realise it can be a little hard to get a feel for how a program works and what it is capable of just from reading text and seeing a few screenshots, so I have put together a couple of quick videos demonstrating how you can use AD Info to build and run queries against your Active Directory domain.
Just a quick update on the progress on my latest project, a free active directory reporting utility. I’ve decided to name it “AD Info” … not the greatest name in the world but most of the decent names were already taken by commercial Active Directory reporting programs.