Directory Update Online Demo
Want to see Directory Update for yourself. We have a demo site that lets you
look at an actual, functioning copy of the software in a test environment. The
demo is running our soon-to-be-released v2.0 version.
Each of these demo sites represents a different view of customization. In a typical
environment, you would not have all of these fields visible or even required by the
user. Fields can be hidden, disabled (so the user can see, but not edit them),
and field labels can be customized.
Standard User Interface
- The Manager and Assistant fields are enabled on this user
- The Office Phone field is required and the phone format is validated
(USA phone format). The format is validated using a Regular Expression.
- The new version 1.6 photo feature is shown, but photo editing is
- The Address Sets feature is enabled; if you select an Office location
the address is changed. This is an optional feature.
- The Preferred Airline (extensionAttribute1) uses a "combo" box that allows
either a drop-down or text to manually entered.
Want to take a further test drive? Download a
evaluation copy today. Please review the documentation for requirements
and setup / customization instructions.
Directory Manager Online Demo
Take a test drive of our latest product, Directory Manager. Directory Manager
allows a designated person (or group of people) to update other people's Active
Directory information. Just like Directory Update, the administrator decides
what fields the Directory Manager user can see and what is in the drop-down
This demo is running version of Directory Manager v1.5 which
includes multi-domain support, improved filtering, and searching by
organizational unit (OU)!
Standard User Interface site:
Directory Search Online Demo
Would you like to see Directory Search in action? View our
Directory Search Online Demo and see it for yourself. Note that this demo uses the same Active Directory database as our
online Directory Manager demo. Anonymous
access is enabled for this site, but you can configure this to use either
Integrated Windows Authentication, anonymous, or basic authentication in your