Since its introduction in 1999, UltraAdmin has been simplifying the routine tasks of Microsoft Windows domain management. UltraAdmin simplifies the most common domain administration tasks into a single, user-friendly interface.
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:32
Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Description: Since its introduction in 1999, UltraAdmin has been simplifying the routine tasks of Microsoft
Windows domain management. UltraAdmin simplifies the most common domain administration tasks into a single, user-friendly interface.
Like most Windows network administrators, you are probably tired of resorting to disparate utilities, management consoles, and command-line programs. And, you and your team can probably attest to the cost in hours that maintenance of so many solutions requires.
Imagine though quickly cutting through the complexity of your domain with intelligent views and categorization of the objects you need to administer. Take advantage of additional management features not found in the default set of Administrative Tools that ship with Microsoft Windows. In fact, UltraAdmin is now a complete Active Directory manager, allowing you to manage many different types of Active Directory objects within the hierarchy of your organizational units.
UltraAdmin includes Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 compatibility as well as Dorian Software's exclusive LogRefiner technology for viewing and saving event logs in EVT or EVTX format.
Finally, you'll like the price: $0 USD. Put the power of this award winning tool to work for your organization today. Why not?
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