SharePoint Alert Reminder Boost 126.96.36.199 1.Auto send emails to appointed users/groups or email addresses when item created, modified, or deleted; 2.Auto send reminder emails on schedule time; 3.Customize email contents with item information or other formatted text/picture;
SharePoint AD Information Sync 1.8.730.3 Perform Synchronization manually or automatically; Sync specified users/computers of Organizational Unit (OU) ; Sync user/computer information from Active Directory to SharePoint list
Description: The SharePointBoost End-User Viewer Tool is a free tool that displays the total number of end-users in a SharePoint Site Collection or Farm and gives the administratorthe ability to delete invalid/inactive user accounts.
Since the SharePointBoost licensing module is based on the number of end-users in a Site Collection or Farm, you will need to know how many users you have before you trial and purchase our products. This tool offers a quick way to check the total number of end-users you have WITHOUT installing it on your SharePoint servers. Simply download the SharePointBoost End-User Viewer Tool and run it by inputting the Site Collection URL, your username in the format domain\username and your password, and the total number of end-users and their account details will be displayed. You can then delete any expired or inactive user accounts, thereby reducing the need to purchase a license for a larger number of end-users.
Only Site Collection administrators can delete user accounts;
Site Collection administrator accounts cannot be deleted;
"System Account" and "NT AUTHORITY\LOCAL SERVICE" will automatically be re-added to the Site Collection after being deleted.
SharePoint End User Viewer Tool 1.5.1208.32 The boostsolutions End-User Viewer Tool is a free tool that displays the total number of end-users in a SharePoint Site Collection or Farm and gives the administratorthe ability to
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