– Fixed total number of records in the report footer
– Fixed “Access Denied” error for NTFS Reports
– Fixed “Some or all identity references could not be translated” error for NTFS Reports
– Excluded symbolic links from NTFS reports
– Enabled Group panel for quick grouping data by columns in a grid
– Enabled Find panel for easy way of searching visible data in a grid
– Some performance improvements and minor bug fixes
– Updated functionality to avoid windows asking for admin rights to run the app
– Added automatic filtering row. This row is displayed above regular data rows and allows end-users to type in
filtering values (including ‘*’ and ‘%’ wildcards) and select filter operators (NotLike, Equals, Between, etc.).
– Improved filter panel functionality. Added column values and text filters
– Added Export to Microsoft Word Document from Print Preview
– Updated existing and added new application skins
– Added date range to scheduler views for easy navigation
– Performance improvements and minor bug fixes
– Fixed Loading Domain Controllers issue due to “The RPC server is unavailable” error. If for some reason
AD Reports cannot read domain controller attributes an error message will be displayed in a logger and
the “bad” domain controller will be excluded from the domain controller list and from scanning for all reports.
– Fixed issue saving report settings when AD Reports updated from previous versions to 220.127.116.11
We’ve been toiling long and hard to bring you this next great release of MaxPowerSoft’s AD Reports! This time we’ve integrated auto-saving functionality unique to each report. This means you can customize each report to your heart’s content and don’t worry, each report is uniquely saved so that the next time you run the product things are just the way you left them! 18.104.22.168 listed below may not seem like much, but we’ve been focused on keeping our customers happy and maintaining report settings persistently and uniquely for each individual report has been our core focus for this release.
Just wait until next month’s changes! We’ve got a big vision here and this product is only getting better by the day! Thank you again for all those that have purchased a license. Your support is continuing to make this product better.
– Added “Customize Report” functionality instead of “Show / Hide Columns” to add remove columns and report title
– Some minor fixes
Thank you again for stopping by and feel free to contact us with any questions you may have!
Happy New Year everyone! I hope everyone that has been celebrating the recent holidays has been getting plenty of rest and food. We’re announcing version 22.214.171.124 which contains Custom attributes and “Contacts” reporting!
– New “Contacts” report Section with new contact reports:
– Contacts With Managers
– Contacts Without Managers
– With Hidden Mailboxes
– With / Without Selected Attributes
– Deleted during last X days
– Deleted between X and Y days
– Contacts in more than one group
– Contacts without groups
– Added ability to add Active Directory Attributes to reports (built-in in Show / Hide Columns window)
– Added canonicalName attribute to the Users Predefined Attributes
– Added canonicalName and displayName attributes to the Computers Predefined Attributes
– Added GPO to Select / Hide Columns menu
– Updated loading membership columns
– Fixed multi-select fields in Show / Hide Columns
– Fixed displaying menu for selecting attributes for “With / Without Selected Attributes” reports
First off, I just wanted to say Happy Holidays! We’ve been very busy here at MaxPowerSoft adding over 18 new reports and other features. We’ve even included a few fun skins into the application and we now save the skin settings as well.
– Upgraded membership functionality
– New User Report “Pwd Changed during last X days”
– New User Report “Pwd Changed between X and Y days”
– New User Report “Never Logged on Enabled”
– New User Report “Never Logged on Disabled”
– New User report “Inactive Enabled Users for X days”
– New User Report “Inactive Disabled Users for X days”
– New User Report “Active Enabled Users during last X days”
– New User Report “Active Disabled Users during last X days”
– New User Report “Deleted Users between X and Y days”
– New User Report “Deleted Users during last X days”
– New Group Report “Deleted Groups between X and Y days”
– New Group Report “Deleted Groups during last X days”
– New OU Report “Deleted OUs between X and Y days”
– New OU Report “Deleted OUs during last X days”
– New Computers Report “Deleted Computers between X and Y days”
– New Computers Report “Deleted Computers during last X days”
– New GPO Report “Deleted GPO between X and Y days”
– New GPO Report “Deleted GPO during last X days”
– Fixed displaying time portion in Tools->Filter Settings
– Fixed reading RootDomain SID if domain is not available
– Fixed selecting / deselecting DC when column header (check all) clicked
– Added “Selected Filter Settings” informatrion to display on report panel
– Added new skins
– Saves selected skin
– Added Group Membership option to translate Foreign Security Principals (FSP) to NT Account
– Added translation FSP to NT Account for the selected group in detailed members window
– Added Filter Menu to the tree
– “Group by” panel is hidden by default (to show it -> right click on grid column->Show Group By Box)
– Updated Show/Hide grid columns
– Disabled column is the first one in the Users grid by default
– Fixed displaying information in settings windows
– Added “Last Known Parent” user column (shows the last known parent for deleted users)
– Updated file export options (filename, title, subject, author, …)
Many of our users have been asking whether or not MaxPowerSoft’s Active Directory Reports supports the simple groups with members reporting. The simple answer yes it does. I’m going to explain briefly here with screen shots exactly how to do this simple task.
So without much further ado, here are the steps.
1. The first step we’re going to take is click on the “Groups” tab and select a report to run.
2. Now that you’ve run a report that displays the groups, we want to drill down and locate the members for this group. Do this by checking on the checkboxes of the groups you are interested in, or select the top most check box to check all the checkboxes.
3. Now that you have selected the checkboxes, you have to tell AD Reports to run load the members. We have two ways of doing this. Right click on the pane containing the checkboxes and select “Load Members” Or you can simply click on the load button and select “Load Members”
4. Once all the selected members have finished loading you can drill down into the grid view to see the members.
5. Now that we’ve loaded the groups and members we are interested in, let’s run a print preview!
– New User Report Section “Group Membership User Reports”
– New User Report “Users in more than one group”
– New User Report “Users without groups except primary group”
– New User Report “Disabled or Locked Users”
– Refreshed icons and images
– Updated displaying detailed information of the selected odject
– Added ability to multi-select and copy grid records to the clipboard using “Ctrl+C” (Thanks Alex for this request! LDAP settings can now be saved!)
– Fixed displaying dates and intervals on Users Reports Tree
– Updated saving users settings
– Updated exporting reports
– Fixed window title for “expire between” and “in days” based on selected report
– Exporting only selected columns when using “full fast” export to CSV
– Updated file names for exporting based on selected report
– Added check mark for the selected skin