The AD Query tool is simple and easy to use. It allows you to get any attribute data that you require from the Active Directory like a User objects’ first name, last name telephone, address an so on. This scripting utility also helps you to query Active Directory Group and Computer objects – all on a convenient interface and a single view.
The CSV Generator Tool helps you to generate a CSV file that contains a customized array of user specified attributes and the corresponding Active Directory values, all ready for any bulk Active Directory management. This free tool takes a simple CSV file with basic attributes like sAMAccountName, and generates a full -fledged CSV file containing a comprehensive attribute list. This would save considerable time and efforts of admins and other staff associated with Active Directory management.
‘Last logon time’ of users is vital for audit and clean-up activities. ManageEngine ADManager Plus’s Last Logon Finder helps in listing out the last logon time of all or selected users in all the selected Domain Controllers in the domain.
ManageEngine ADManager Plus’s Terminal Session Manager’ is a powerful Powershell cmdlet to identify and also manage multiple terminal sessions in a Domain, from a single point. This tool proves highly beneficial to IT administrators, as terminal sessions for multiple users across the Domain can be managed, disconnected or logged off from just a single console.
ManageEngine ADManager Plus’s ‘Active Directory Replication Manager’ is a free tool that enables an administrator (or an equivalent domain user) to force the ‘Replication’ of data in a Domain or the Entire Forest. The ‘AD Replication Manager’ also allows replication of data between two Domain Controllers. This PowerShell cmdlet tool also lists comprehensive reports on the last replication of Active Directory data.
This tool allows you to view all the available Web parts of any selected ‘Site Collection’ or ‘Site’.
The DMZ Port Analyzer is a free tool from ADManager Plus that allows administrators to check the status of ports required by any third party application to work with Active Directory which resides in the DMZ.
In a multi-LAN or DMZ environment, one needs to ensure the firewall does not block the ports required by Active Directory. This tool will help in identifying the status of ports specific to ADManager Plus, so that they can be opened up to allow the product to function efficiently.
This freeware from ManageEngine ADManager Plus lists all the Domain Controllers and their corresponding roles in the Domain. It also assists the administrator in identifying any associated role of a Domain Controller.
This tool provides information about local user accounts and also allows management of these accounts using a convenient user interface.
It provides information on computer accounts accessible / not-accessible in the Domain. It also has a Quick Search feature to search for the accessibility of specific computers. The Local User Management freeware eliminates the need to manage user accounts locally. As an administrator, you can use the software remotely to enable, disable accounts and reset their passwords.
The Domain Controller Monitoring Tool is an essential freeware from ManageEngine ADManager Plus. It is a simple tool which auto discovers the Domains and displays the same. Based on the User’s choice of input about the Domain, for which he wants to know the details, the utilization of various parameters like CPU Utilization, Disk Utilization and Memory Utilization can be extracted. Apart from these key parameters, the user can also view the details of other parameters like Page Reads per second, Page Writes per second, File Reads, File Writes, etc, that may be required by the administrator.
User accounts with empty password are more susceptible to attacks. Domain accounts with the PASSWD_NOTREQD property flag set have the potential to login to the domain without a password, regardless of domain-wide policies that enforce minimum password length and password complexity. The “Empty Password Users Report Tool” can be used to find the user accounts with password fields set to null, thereby helping administrators to avoid any security related issues.
Get Duplicates is a PowerShell utility that is useful for administrators to identify duplicate entries for Active Directory attribute(s) in the domain. Duplicate entries are listed out on a convenient interface which helps administrators to ensure a duplicate free Active Directory.
Password Policy Manager is a free tool from ManageEngine ADManager Plus that allows any user to retrieve and view the Domain Password Policy. This tool also allows users with administrative rights to edit the Domain Password policy.
ADSelfService Plus’ Password Expiration Notifier automatically sends password and account expiration reminders to users via SMS and email notifications. Also, as it’s highly unlikely that users will respond to a one-time password change alert, ADSelfService Plus sends multiple notifications at specified intervals. For instance, admins can choose to send a password expiration alert 10 days before the password expires, then send a second reminder eight days before expiration, a third when it’s five days from expiration, a fourth at three days, and a fifth and final reminder a day before the password expires.
ManageEngine ADManager Plus has brought you the ‘DNS Reporter’, a very convenient tool at your disposal that assures the configuration of your DNS server. The DNS Reporter Tool helps you gain information related to your network’s DNS infrastructure. The user can view the details of the available DNS records, their corresponding record types, IP addresses and the servers’s service details simply by entering the Domain Name.
Service Accounts Management is a free, GUI-based tool designed to easily create, edit, and delete managed service accounts in just a few clicks. The tool is absolutely free and requires no knowledge of PowerShell.
he Weak Password Users Report helps you find weak passwords in Active Directory by comparing users’ passwords against a list of over 100,000 commonly used weak passwords. When it finds a match, the report will display the users’ details. You can then force the users with weak passwords to change their passwords the next time they log on.