Web Active Directory What’s New Archive

This is the Web Active Directory What’s New Archive.   Come back here to see an older series of changes we’ve made at the company.

Web Active Directory What’s New Archive:  2015, 2016

March 1, 2016: PeopleUpdate/PeopleSearch v4.7 released. Bug fixes.

February 24, 2016: New White Paper “ETL for Active Directory Without Coding or Scripting” is available for download. Go to: Request White Paper to download and read.

January 22, 2016: PeopleProvision v2.2 released. Export provisioning reports to CSV/Excel. Notification email upon new user provisioned now completely customizable. Bug fixes. See this video What’s New in PeopleProvision v2.2.

January 21, 2016: PeoplePassword v4.3 released. Help desk can now optionally change un-enrolled user passwords or email them a reset key. Improved support for multiple domains. See this video What’s New in PeoplePassword v4.3.

January 21, 2016: PeopleUpdate/PeopleSearch v4.6 released. Performance improvements, new computer reports, cosmetic changes, support for the display of LargeInteger date fields. See this video What’s New in PeopleUpdate/PeopleSearch v4.6.

January 14, 2016: Web Active Directory LLC Announces over 200% Year over Year Growth: see: Press Release

December 23, 2015: IISADMPWD Replacement Tool v2.5 released. This release contains bug fixes.

December 23, 2015: PeopleUpdate/PeopleSearch v4.5 released. This release contains bug fixes.

December 2, 2015:  PeopleUpdate/PeopleSearch v4.4 released.  Administrators can now configure fields to require certain numbers and types of characters.  The ability to use input masks has always been supported but now required characters are enforced so that user’s cannot save data without entering valid input. See this video What’s New in PeopleUpdate v4.4.

December 1, 2015:  Web Active Directory sees over 120% revenue growth in the 3rd quarter over the same time last year with the addition of new customers such as Skechers, Shell, and Carnegie Mellon University.

November 20, 2015:  IISADMPWD Replacement Tool v2.4 released.  This release contains security enhancements including the optional configuration choice to prevent a user from using the change password application if they miss their old password a specified number of times in a row.  Administrators can manage and “unblock” users. See this video showing What’s New in IISADMPWD Replacement v2.4.

November 12, 2015:  IISADMPWD Replacement Tool v2.3 released.  This release contained fixes related to multi-language support. For the multi-language support additions in v2.2, see this video showing What’s New in IISADMPWD Replacement v2.2.

November 6, 2015:   New White Paper “One Click Provisioning” is available for download.  Go to: Request White Paper to download and read.

November 1, 2015:   PeopleUpdate/PeopleSearch v4.3 released.  AD image attributes (thumbnailPhoto, jpegPhoto) are available for optional viewing and (in the case of PeopleUpdate) editing.  See this video What’s New in PeopleUpdate v4.3.

October 17, 2015:  PeopleProvision v2.1 released.  Added configurable options (by administrators) to control whether the user is initially enabled, whether they can change their password, whether they must change their password upon net login, and whether their password expires or not. See this video What’s New in PeopleProvision v2.1 for more information.

October 7, 2015:   PeoplePassword v4.2 released.  New REST Service APIs made available. See this video What’s New in PeoplePassword v4.2 for more information.

October 5, 2015:  IISADMPWD Replacement Tool v2.2 released.  This release has support for editing application text and displaying that text in different languages according to the browser locale.  All default text (English) is editable and other languages are now supported. See this video showing What’s New in IISADMPWD Replacement v2.2.

September 2015:   Web Active Directory’s PeopleProvision wins a Redmond magazine reader’s choice award for best Active Directory Administration/Provisioning software.

September 30, 2015:   PeopleUpdate v4.2 released.  New optional and configurable notification functionality (when updates are made, account status changed, or users de-provisioned): watch a video about What’s New in PeopleUpdate v4.2.

September 23, 2015:   PeopleUpdate v4.1 released.  In this release the software is certified to run on Windows Server 2012, 2012R2, and ready for Windows Server 2016.  Moved to .NET 4.5.1 from .NET 2.0.

September 2, 2015:   PeopleEnroll v4.1 released.  This version adds support for variable configuration files and easier importing of multiple profiles in the scheduler.

August 7, 2015:   PeopleEnroll v4.0 released.  In this release the software is certified to run on Windows Server 2012, 2012R2, and ready for Windows Server 2016.  Moved to .NET 4.5.1 from .NET 2.0.

August 6, 2015:   PeoplePassword v4.0 released.  In this release the software is certified to run on Windows Server 2012, 2012R2, and ready for Windows Server 2016.  Moved to .NET 4.5.1 from .NET 2.0.

August 2, 2015:   IISADMPWD Replacement Tool v2.1 released.  In this release (as in all releases) some bugs were fixed.

August 1, 2015: PeopleMinder v2.1 released. In this release we Added SAMAccountName as a parameter that can be tokenized.

July 26, 2015: PeopleProvision v2.0 released. In this release the software is certified to run on Windows Server 2012, 2012R2, and ready for Windows Server 2016. Moved to .NET 4.5.1. New notification functionality added so that administrators can be optionally notified when a user is provisioned. New configuration possibility to optionally include the office phone number as part of the office address instead of part of the provisioning form. See this video What’s New in PeopleProvision v2.0 for more information.

July 10, 2015: IISADMPWD Replacement Tool v2.0 released. In this release the software is certified to run on Windows Server 2012, 2012R2, and ready for Windows Server 2016. Moved to .NET 4.5.1 from .NET 2.0.

July 8, 2015: PeopleMinder v2.0 released. In this release the software is certified to run on Windows Server 2012, 2012R2, and ready for Windows Server 2016. Moved to .NET 4.5.1 from .NET 2.0.

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