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AD Self Update, Active Directory Self Service

Allow your Active Directory Users to update their own details, contact information etc.

AD Self Update allows your users to update their details that are held in Active Directory, AD Self Update is fully configurable so you can allow users to update just their home contact details such as home phone number and address or other attributes such as Car License, Employee Number etc.

The web interface is fully customizable you can insert your company name and help desk details, you can can configure which attributes your users see and which they can update.

Don’t allow your Active Directory data to get out-of-date, the contact details are also visible in your Exchange address lists keeping all your users up-to-date and productive. Works great with AD Phonebook.

Example update page, click to enlarge.


Use Windows Authentication or prompt your users to logon. Multiple domains are supported.


Administrators can customize the look of AD Self Update using the built-in Admin page. Add or remove Active Directory attributes. Allow your users to update all their details or just one, customizing is easy.


Allow non-administrators to update other Active Directory users

This feature is ideal for HR, using the Admin page you can authorize select users or groups the ability to update other users details. When these users login to AD Self Update they will see a search box which allows them to search for other users and update the attributes/fields you have selected.


Admin page showing ‘Authorized Users’ section.


The AD Configuration program allows you to add a service account and one or more domains.


System Requirements

The following software should be installed before installing the application:

  • Windows Server 2003, 2003 R2, 2008, 2008 R2
  • Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0, 7.0 or 7.5 with World Wide Web Service installed
  • Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1 (Download here)
  • ASP.NET 2.0 Enabled, In IIS Manager set to ‘Allow’ under ‘Web Service Extensions’


We recommend you use SSL to encrypt the traffic when you go live.

If you have any questions please get in touch

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