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Microsoft Windows Active Directory is a complex but important repository to store information related to domains, computers, users, and other objects. Adding information in Active Directory about domains, servers, users, users? accounts, etc. is very difficult and time-consuming. Once the information is added in Windows Active Directory, it must be managed regularly and effectively. Active Directory manager simplifies Active Directory management by providing a central location to manage all Active Directory objects, such as domains, organizational units, users? accounts, servers, computers, groups, printers, services, and devices.

Creating and managing network shares, creating and executing complex queries to fetch information from Active Directory, and querying Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) repository has also been targeted in the Active Directory manager software. The software comprises a self-descriptive graphical user interface, which makes it easy and fast to create, edit, and delete network shares and query Active Directory and WMI. In addition, specifying logon hours for different user accounts, managing users? mailboxes on Exchange Server, managing users? attributes, etc. across multiple domains now can be done using a single tool ? Active Directory Manager.

To keep the administrator updated about the status of Active Directory objects, the software has been embedded with a separate reporting console. Using the reporting console of the software, the administrator can generate more than 65 customizable reports to have updated information about the Active Directory objects. The software supports Windows Server 2000, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, and later versions of Windows operating systems. For more information visit http://www.chilysoftware.com
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