Softerra LDAP AdministratorTM is an easy-to-use LDAP administration tool designed to work with almost any LDAP server including Active Directory, Novell Directory Services, Netscape/iPlanet, etc.

Softerra LDAP AdministratorTM significantly simplifies management of LDAP directories providing advanced directory search facilities, bulk update operations, group membership management facilities, etc. Customizable directory reports equip administrative personnel with information necessary for effective monitoring and audit. Directory data can be exported and imported in LDIF, CSV, DSML1, DSML2 and other formats. LDAP-SQL support allows managing LDAP entries using SQL-like syntax and performing LDAP operations that cannot be executed via standard LDAP means.

Directory Reports provided by LDAP Administrator facilitate the analysis and monitoring of LDAP directories and provide you with important information on their organization. Using reports, you can easily monitor non-used directory objects, instantly find specific object types, view recently modified directory objects, find objects with a specific account status, etc.

Out-of-the-Box Reports

LDAP Administrator offers a large number of out-of-the-box reports, which provide information about widely used directory objects such as Users, Computers, Groups, Organizational Units, POSIX Accounts, etc.

Creating Custom Reports

Though LDAP Administrator provides a wide range of ready-to-use reports, there can always be the cases when you need a report that is not in the list. For this purpose, LDAP Administrator gives your a possibility to create absolutely new reports or customize the existing ones.

Working with Report Results

After a report is generated, you can manage its results in the same way you do with usual LDAP entries in the application: the results can be added to the Basket, renamed, modified, deleted and exported to LDIF, DSMLv1, DSMLv2, CSV, Excel, Plain Text, HTML formats, etc. Any search result can also be found in the directory tree by selecting Locate in Tree from the context menu.