User Management Resource Administrator
|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||WinXP, WinNT 4.x, Windows2000, Windows2003|
|File size:||35.31 MB|
Publisher description for User Management Resource Administrator
Overview: Use the flexibility of scripting without requiring the effort or knowledge. Perform advanced user management tasks for NT and Active Directory such as automated user creation, mass assigning Microsoft Exchange mail boxes or folder permissions. User Management Resource Administrator offers advanced features such as pre-configured scripts, automated error handling, complex user name-password generation and built-in job simulation tools. Visual Scripting: User Management Resource Administrator doesn't require any knowledge of scripting languages such as VBScript or Perl, nor will you ever have to write a single line of code when using it. We have essentially created actions involved in user resource management as building blocks, where you would normally see a separate function or module inside a script. Network Browse Overview: The integrated Active Directory and NT network overview browser lets you simply test the results of your import projects. Even more powerful, using the network overview you can directly perform user update operations on your Active Directory or a single Organizational Unit without requiring input from a CSV file. Script Actions: User Management Resource Administrator has more than enough built-in script actions to provide advanced functionality for handling Active Directory domains, user accounts, groups and Organizational Units, file systems with shares and folder permissions, Terminal Server settings, folder and data migration, all with built-in error handling and logging with requiring any configuration. Field mapping and formatting: User Management Resource Administrator's ability to perform mass operations such as automated user and home directory creation, or mass assigning Microsoft Exchange mail boxes, largely depend on how data from an import CSV file is processed. Script actions, such as Create User (AD) need input such as first name and last name to perform the actual operation.