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| AD FastReporter Free v2.2
AD FastReporter Free v2.2 Your Active Directory report is just a few clicks away! AD FastReporter Free is a great way to make generating, storing, scheduling and sharing AD reports easier and faster. Itís straightforward to use so you don't need to be a scripting or LDAP expert. With our free version, you can use a range of built-in forms to generate reports, while our Pro version provides additional tools to help you create your own customized report forms. User reports user status (inactive, locked out, disabled, etc.), recently modified, without a thumbnail photo, bad password attempts in the last 30 days, must change the password, logged on in the last 30 days, password never expires, recently created, and more. Computer reports created in the last 30 days, modified in the last 7 days, with Windows 10 OS, computer status (deleted, disabled, inactive, unmanaged, etc.), and more. More reports Choose from more than 200 groups, exchange users, contacts, printers, group policy objects and organizational unit reports which are available. Click here to visit the author's website.
|2,088||Mar 24, 2021
Albus Bit SIA
| CID v1.2.1
CID v1.2.1 Insert and manage Linux computers in Active Directory CID (Closed In Directory) is a set of bash scripts for inserting and managing Linux computers in Active Directory domains. Modifications made to the system allow Linux to behave like a Windows computer within AD. Features Easily join Linux to AD Run logon scripts Automatically mount network shares (files and printers) Offline logon (credential cache) Easily grant privileges to AD users (eg: access to `sudo` command) Manage Samba shares (files and printers) through a graphical interface Apply disk quota per shared directory (such as Windows Server) Read documentation HERE. Changes: v1.2.1 ------------------------ - Fixed bug creating working directories during installation on Fedora. - Fixed display of IP addresses in `status` subcommand. - Fixed error when leaving the domain in IPv6 networks. - Removed user list hiding setting in Lightdm. This download is for the generic Linux version. If you need the Fedora/Opensuse version, download here. Click here to visit the author's website.
|1,579||Mar 03, 2022
| Disable, Move and Reset Password for Expired AD Accounts v1.0
Disable, Move and Reset Password for Expired AD Accounts v1.0 Searches Active Directory for any accounts that have expired. Then... disables them if not already disabled, sets a new password, and moved them to the desired OU for review and de-provisioning. This is a Powershell script that should be ran in Powershell or Terminal admin. Click here to visit the author's website.
|1,280||Apr 17, 2022
| Password Expiry Email Notification v2.9
Password Expiry Email Notification v2.9 This script will email an Active Directory user in the event that their password is due to expire in X number of days. EXAMPLE PasswordChangeNotification.ps1 -smtpServer mail.domain.com -expireInDays 21 -from "IT Support <firstname.lastname@example.org>" -Logging -LogPath "c:\logFiles" -testing -testRecipient email@example.com This example will use mail.domain.com as an smtp server, notify users whose password expires in less than 21 days, send mail from firstname.lastname@example.org Logging is enabled, log path is c:\logfiles Testing is enabled, and test recipient is email@example.com EXAMPLE PasswordChangeNotification.ps1 -smtpServer mail.domain.com -expireInDays 21 -from "IT Support <firstname.lastname@example.org>" -reportTo email@example.com -interval 1,2,5,10,15 This example will use mail.domain.com as an smtp server, notify users whose password expires in less than 21 days, send mail from firstname.lastname@example.org Report is enabled, reports sent to email@example.com Interval is used, and emails will be sent to people whose password expires in less than 21 days if the script is run, with 15, 10, 5, 2 or 1 days remaining untill password expires. Youtube Channel for hints and tips on how to configure the script. https://www.youtube.com/user/robtitlerequired Right-click on download below and choose to save link. Otherwise it will open the script instead of downloading. Click here to visit the author's website.
|2,141||Dec 28, 2020
| Tomís AD Object Recovery 184.108.40.206
Tomís AD Object Recovery 220.127.116.11 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
|4,679||Nov 15, 2019
Tom Andreas Mannerud
| Tomís AD Password Extender 18.104.22.168
Tomís AD Password Extender 22.214.171.124 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 )
|4,435||Nov 15, 2019
Tom Andreas Mannerud
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