Useful app, but.... This is a useful app for when I am on the road to be able to perform simple AD Tasks. But the one feature which is mosy noticible by its absence, is the New User. Whilst on client sites I often need to create a new user account to give them access to our help desk, as it stands, I must use my laptop to perform this task, life wold be so much better if I could do this with my Android. I noticed it is on your RoadMap, I was just wondering when it might be implemented?
Useful little app Paired with a VPN client this app allows basic view & edit capabilities in active directory. I wouldn't want to try much more than account unlocks and password resets, but it handles those actions well and has a handy feature to let you get straight to locked accounts. A few pounds to avoid having to find a computer to do a password reset seems fair to me.
Works great, but looks outdated. I want to start off by saying that this app works great and has been incredibly useful. That being said, it could use a bit of a makeover, namely, current design guidelines and larger tap targets for things like usernames and computers. Thanks!
User Search Function Does Not Work The user search function just doesn't work. I like this app cause I can browse AD through the tree just fine. I can remote to computers with the junction-ed RDP app. I can unlock and lock loaned laptops. I can go to an office and reset a users password for them, BUT only if I can find them. If they are a new hire, there is no guarantee that they were placed in the correct AD container. So I have to go back to my desk and find them. This isn't too much of a hassle for new employees. But, when I'm helping a classroom of 100 new students, most of whom can't log in because they didn't read their email, it becomes a problem.
Super useful!! This is going to be my goto when I'm too lazy to pull out my laptop! For simply actions like reset password, disable users, moving objects or even changing memberships & details this is exactly what I've been looking for.
Inconsistent You can move a computer if you first find it in the tree, but not from the full list of computers. Also, from the computer list you can't discover what OU a computer is in. The same is true for users. So the actions you may perform vary depending on how you're accessing the objects. That's ridiculous. You should be able to do whatever you can do in the application, from wherever you can tap & hold to get the menu. Why artificially limit actions the app can perform, out of careless inconsistency?
-Raw Attribute View and Advanced Mode
-Set a Search Base to search through only a portion of the directory tree.
-Fixes for abstract screen and theme incompatibilities.
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