SynchroFolder 2.12a Synchronizes contents of operating system folders. Supports synchronization of files, attributes and NTFS security attributes of files and folders.
SMTP Preprocessor 1.11 Enhances functionality of corporate mail server. Receives SMTP messages before it, on-the-fly changes or rejects them, and retransmits result to the server. Supports wide range of settings and keeps adjustable log. Supports Greylisting, Tarpitting.
Description: Most of Microsoft Windows operating systems give an opportunity for user to change domain password from his/her computer, but only in case both the computer and user account belong to this domain. If the computer can't join a domain (in particular, if there is 'Home' Windows edition installed), if there are multiple domains, or in peer-to-peer network the user is forced to ask network administrator to change network passwords.
SynchroPass can solve this problem. It allows to synchronously change passwords for current user account on local computer, in one or several domains, and on one or multiple peer-to-peer servers. The program also can inform user about passwords expiration and invalidity.
SynchroPass can be used on systems with Microsoft Windows NT 4.0, 2000, 2003, 2008, 2008 R2, 2012, XP, Vista, 7 or 8 operating system installed. Both 32- and 64-bit OS versions supported (but the program itself is 32-bit). SynchroPass can not be used on Windows 9X computers. Also it can't change passwords for shared network resources on Windows 9X servers. SynchroPass doesn't require administrative privileges to run. To run in Windows NT 4.0, installation of Service Pack 6 required.
SynchroPass supports multiple languages. Currently installation package includes support for English and Russian. Support for additional languages may be added in future in form of add-in packages.
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