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User Manager for Domains Utilities

By mason ·
Can anyone recommend any apps that can replace User Manager for Domains that have a bit more flexibility. I am looking for something that can automate the set up of new users and that also have Exchange integration capabilities. Any suggestion wouldbe appreciated.

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by mnardy In reply to User Manager for Domains ...

I am not sure if this utility is exactly what you are looking for, but my Network Department is current using 'Dameware NT Utilities'. I think it is a pretty robust utility allowing an Admin to access any PC on the networt (NT, win95/9. You can control ALL aspects of any computer from one central locatation. It has NT server functions and Exchange functionality. You may want to check it out (www.dameware.com)

Hope that helps

Matthew
Network Support Specialist

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by mason In reply to User Manager for Domains ...

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by tamj123 In reply to User Manager for Domains ...

Try software call Hyena it is what you looking for.

www.adkins-resource.com

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by nttam In reply to User Manager for Domains ...

Mason,

I would go for Hyena as well.

Tam T. Nguyen, MCSE

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