Active Directory Management & Reporting

Enable AD User Accounts from 'mobile devices'

Enable AD User Accounts from 'mobile devices'

Enabling disabled Active Directory user accounts is among those user modification or management tasks for which administrators usually spend one-fourth of their productive time. Apart from routine proactive security management measures, sometimes even human errors could lead to a wrong user account being disabled. Just imagine the ramifications if a critical user account like your CEO's account is disabled by mistake.

No matter what the reason, whenever an enable user request is raised or the moment you realize that an account is disabled by mistake, you have to enable the specified user accounts immediately, immaterial of where you are or what time it is. But if you happen to use only the native AD tools, PowerShell, etc. to manage your Active Directory accounts, this is simply impossible.

On the other hand, ADManager Plus Active Directory mobile app for Android devices give you the absolute liberty to be wherever you want to be by keeping you connected to your Active Directory user accounts and making it possible to manage all your user accounts even on the go, right from your mobile device! Download ADManager Plus Android app for free from 'Google Play' right away.

With this app installed on your mobile device, you can now enable not one but multiple user accounts by just tapping the screen of your mobile devices - no scripts, no codes and no complexities!

You can also get the free download of ADManager Plus's web-based version for a 30-day trial to explore all its Active Directory, MS Exchange management and reporting features that turn AD, Exchange management and reporting into a simple, no-sweat activity!

These Active Directory mobile apps also offer:

An IT Manager needs to see an overall picture of all Active Directory users and objects to take business and mission critical decisions. ADManager Plus provides IT Managers with an at-a-glance dashboard view of the reports on all users, groups, objects and more, to assist in making informed decisions.
The role of an IT Administrator is to manage all network resources, for which up-to-date information on all users, objects, groups along with knowledge of account status of users, is required. The administrator has to perform management tasks like user creation, password resets, unlock user accounts, delete users, enable or disable users, move user home folders and more. ADManager Plus helps IT Administrators in creating and modifying users and objects in "bulk", using a CSV file and Templates. It also provides the facility to generate reports on specific attributes on Active Directory and perform management functions from these Reports.
Help Desks techs are loaded with routine management tasks "delegated" to them by the administrator which involve password resets, account unlocks, user creation and other management functions. ADManager Plus provides the administrator with privileges to delegate specific roles to help desk technicians and restricted to one or more Organizational Units. Help Desk techicians can manage users that have been delegated to them from ADManager Plus web console easily even with little knowledge of command lines and scripts.
IT Auditors are more interested to know the compliance status of an organization, for which they require information on audit status of users. ADManager Plus supports the IT Auditors with reports which are useful in achieving Sarbanes-Oxley and other regulatory compliance, pertaining to Active Directory management.