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Analog Devices ad1815 ad1816 audio driver for Windows 95 and 98
Analog Devices ad1815 (ad 1815) ad1816 (ad1816) audio driver for Windows 95 and 98
0/5 3,989 May 20, 2009
Analog Devices
BGPKiller - Your Avira Ad Killer 0.96
BGPKiller - Your Avira Ad Killer 0.96 BGPKiller is an ad killer (or blocker) for your Avira Antivir antivirus. The application is designed to stop popup windows (i.e. ads) coming from Avira. It monitors the unwanted Avira processes responsible for ads, and silently kills Avira popups and ads before they show up. BGPKiller runs alongside Avira Free Antivirus, in your System Tray, and tells you each time it kills! The benefits of this utility are : No more Avira ad windows popping up (never!) No CPU usage coming from Avira ad processes And the best thing about it, ... it is free! Why such a utility? The Avira Free antivirus (Free edition) is known for its very good virus detection rate and reliability. This is one of the best antivirus on the market. However, it is also known for its annoying popup ads. But because this is such a good antivirus, these ads were usually tolerated by their users. However, in late 2014, a new bug made these ads even more unbearable : the CPU usage often reached 100% after an ad was displayed! And closing the Avira ad window was not enough. The only way to stop this high CPU usage was to manually kill the problematic ad processes or reboot the computer. If you didn't, your CPU could overheat to the point to affect your computer's longevity. This was obviously a very serious bug! So I decided to write this small utility to monitor and kill all unwanted Avira ads. This way, I solved this bug and made sure my CPU would not overheat because of Avira ads. But as an added benefit, I realized how great it was to never see Avira ads anymore!! No more ad windows popping up; no more ...
3/5 1,287 Sep 22, 2015
AviraJoe
Tomís AD Bitlocker Password Audit 2.1
Tomís AD Bitlocker Password Audit 2.1 Tomís AD Bitlocker Password Audit is a free Windows utility for querying your Active Directory for all or selected computer objects and returning their recovery password and volume information in a grid-view format giving you a quick overview of the status of your current password recovery capabilities. If you have configured your BitLocker Drive Encryption to back up recovery information for BitLocker-protected drives to Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) the backed up BitLocker recovery information is stored in a child object of the computer object. Tomís AD Bitlocker Password Audit enumerates all of the computer objects for your entire Active Directory or for a selected Organizational Unit and retrieves and displays the Bitlocker recovery password in a spreadsheet like format that can easily be filtered and sorted. This makes it easy to answer audit questions such as: Iíve just implemented Bitlocker, but how do I know that the recovery passwords are being populating for all of my computers? How can I identify machines that have problems with the Bitlocker process? How can I identify which machines do NOT have a recovery password? Tomís AD Bitlocker Password Audit is used by organizations all over the world to audit their Bitlocker implementations. This latest versions adds support for machines with multiple associated keys including Bitlocker-to-Go and have been verified to be compatible with Microsoft Windows 10. Windows LogosLicense: Freeware (End User License Agreement) Requirements: Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.2 Bitlocker Active Directory Recovery Password Viewer (included with the Remote Server Administration Toolkit (RSAT)
5/5 728 Jun 28, 2017
Tom Andreas Mannerud
Tomís AD Object Recovery 1.0.0.0
Tomís AD Object Recovery 1.0.0.0 Tomís AD Object Recovery is a free Windows utility for querying your Active Directory for deleted computer, user, group, or other objects and restore them on-the-fly. Have you accidentally removed a user or computer object from your Active Directory? Or, needed that Bitlocker Recovery Key for a deleted computer object? Whatever the reason is that you need to recover a deleted Active Directory object, restoring it does not have to be difficult. Tomís AD Object Recovery provides an innovative user interface that allows you to quickly query all of your deleted Active Directory objects and restore/undelete/recover selected objects with the click of a button. If you have Microsoftís Active Directory Recycle Bin enabled Tomís AD Object Recovery will restore objects with all of its attributes intact. Features Restore deleted Active Directory objects fast and easy through innovative user interface Computer Objects User Objects Group Objects Organizational Units Print Queues Full Volume Encryption Objects (Bitlocker Recovery Keys) Restore AD objects with all attributes intact when Microsoftís Recycle Bin feature is enabled No domain controller downtime Filtering and Highlighted Search Windows LogosLicense: Freeware (End User License Agreement) Requirements: Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.2
5/5 586 Sep 27, 2016
Tom Andreas Mannerud
Tomís AD Password Extender 2.0.0.0
Tomís AD Password Extender 2.0.0.0 Tomís AD Password Extender is a free Windows utility that allows you to select a user account and extend the password expiration date by the amount of days specified in your Group Policy. This is often helpful when you have end-users who are travelling and canít log into the VPN or other Active Directory authenticated system. By extending the expiration you ensure that accounts donít get compromised from having to communicate the password across insecure channels. Have you ever gotten the call from the Road Warrior or frequent business traveler saying: ďI am on the road and I canít log into the VPNĒ? It is a common problem and happens frequently because end-users forget to change their passwords before they leave for that stressful trip. So, what do we do? In some cases we break security protocols by asking them for their password and set the password to be the same. In other cases we set a new password, but now the cached laptop password is different from their domain or VPN password causing confusion. In either case we might have compromised the account as others might have overheard the conversation. In some cases, we even say they are out of luck until they return to the office temporarily preventing them from working and as a result greatly reduces business productivity. This is where Tomís AD Password Extender can help. Simply pull up their account using the intuitive user interface, highlight, and select Extend Password. Requirements: Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.2 (MD5: DC5D6A9FA8D2874A67E1491BAACE830A )
5/5 370 Aug 11, 2017
Tom Andreas Mannerud
   
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