Do you need to export data from Active Directory?
AD Bulk Export 4 is a simple to use program designed to export data from Active Directory to Microsoft Excel, CSV file or to a SQL database (ODBC).
Do you need to schedule the export to run every X number of days or weeks?
AD Bulk Export 4 has a built-in scheduler so you can automate the export from Active Directory.
ADBulk Export is amazingly simple to use yet a powerful application that allows you to export the data that you need from Active Directory relating to your Users, Contacts, Groups and Computer objects.
Export Active Directory Users, Contacts, Groups and Computer objects.
- Export Users, Contacts, Computers, Groups
- Built-in scheduler, schedule exports
- HUGE BIG EXPORTS (100,000+ objects)
- Export to CSV, Excel (xls), PDF
- Export to Database, SQL or Oracle
- GUI or command line operation
- Ideal for migrations
- Powerful filter, filter the results
- Export all attributes
- No server components or agents to install
- No changes to Active Directory required
- Amazing help and support
Ideal for Active Directory migrations
Ideal for Active Directory Migration when used with AD Bulk Users and AD Bulk Contacts. Works with Microsoft Active Directory running on Windows Server 2000, 2003, 2008, 2008 R2, 2012 and 2012 R2 . Attribute values related to Microsoft Exchange attributes can also be exported.
AD Bulk Export 4 main screen.
Browse and select Active Directory Organizational Units and Groups to export.
All Active Directory attributes are available, presets such as “User Migration” make selecting attributes easier.
Custom attributes can also be exported, each attribute can be manipulated to achive the result you want. Here we remove the LDAP path from the manager attribute leaving just the managers name e.g. John Smith.
Schedule your Active Directory exports, export daily, weekly, monthy etc. Apply filters to your scheduled exports, send via email, save to CSV, Excel or export to SQL and Oracle databases.
Use the advanced Filter Editor to get at the data you need.
Use data and time operators in the filter.
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