Employee Directory queries your local Microsoft Active Directory Domain Services server for information including First Name, Last Name, Phone Number, Department,
City, State/Providence, Mobile Phone, and email address of all employees in the current domain. EmployeeDirectory.exe will skip any user accounts where
First Name, Last Name and Phone Number are empty, and where accounts start with an exclaimation mark or end with "-p" or "7".
Employee Directory was written in C# using Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 and requires Microsoft .NET Framework 4.7.2 running Windows 7 or later.
LDAP Easy Move can help you easily move user accounts to new security groups with the click of a button. Select a single user, or press CTRL to click on multiple users,
or select User A then press and hold SHIFT and select User F to automatically select all users in between! Also works with multiple domains in a single forest. Nested
groups are not listed. You will need to run LDAP Easy Move with an account with proper permissions to perform the move in the source and target domains.
LDAP Easy Move was written in C# using Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 and requires Microsoft .NET Framework 4.7.2 running Windows 7 or later.
Windows Health Check was written to be like a Swiss Army knife of IT Tools for Windows. Simply select the option you'd like to run: DISM /Cleanup-Image, Defrag,
SFC /ScanNow, or run Blue Screen Viewer to diagnose crash reports, WinDirStat to see what is consuming storage space, or create a bootable USB drive. You can
always stay on the latest version by checking for updates, or allow WindowsHealthCheck.exe to automatically check for updates at application startup.
Windows Health Check was written in C# using Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 and requires Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 and Windows Vista or later to run.
As an avid collector of older IBM x86-compatible computers, I really enjoy watching what others do with their older systems. Phil of Phil's Computer Lab has an extensive
database of benchmarked systems ranging from 386 through Pentium IV CPUs and various graphics cards. You can find many of his videos on YouTube where he documents each
Phil's website is chock full of good information and an excellent source of hard to find drivers for sound and graphic cards.
Check out Phil's website