Active Directory Query 6.4.5
Active Directory Query allows you to view and manage various objects within your Microsoft Active Directory environment.
There are several administrative functions available for objects queried. Whether you work on the help desk or with Windows network management, Active Directory Query can help make your job easier. Active Directory Query has been designed from the ground up by Windows network administrators and is the perfect compliment to built-in Windows administration tools.
Features include the following:
Ability to query user, computer, deleted items, and other objects stored within Active Directory Perform basic account administration such as disabling accounts, resetting passwords, etc. Wake On LAN capabilities to remotely turn on workstations Custom query option to view just the data you want or leave it blank and view all objects Perform various WMI queries on computer objects to get detailed information Ability to export all results to the Windows clipboard Upload user photographs for use with HelpDesk Helper user information lookup feature Ability to query multiple domains in a forest Use alternate credentials for administrative tasks
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