The new version of my Active Directory querying tool, AD Info, adds the ability to query several Exchange Server related attributes (user’s SMTP addresses etc) as well as several other requested attributes and features
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Yes, the first official release of my AD reporting tool, AD Info, is now available. As mentioned in previous blog posts, it comes in two flavours – Free Edition and Standard Edition. Read on for more information and video links.
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.
I know I said the AD Info BETA would be out this week but I’m afraid its going to have to be pushed back to sometime within the next few weeks (before 15th December 2010). I have however put together some screenshots and a guide showing the workflow of how you would use the program to help give people an idea of how the program will work and what you can do with it. This is part 1, part 2 will go through the process of creating your own custom query definitions and will be posted sometime next week.
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.