Adaxes 2019.1 is here! It brings highly requested support for SAML-based single sign-on, new features for Exchange, Web Interface usability enhancements as well as a bunch of other improvements and updates.
See What's New for more details.
Adaxes 2018.2 Update 2 comes with performance improvements for the Web Interface Configurator, brings enhanced logging, makes the Web Interface compliant with Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) and fixes known issues.
With Adaxes 2018.2 Update 1 we're introducing multiple fixes to known issues as well as various stability improvements. For more details see the What's New page for Update 1.
For the second major release of the year we're adding highly requested parameters for Custom Commands, enabling the management of individual Office 365 services, continuing to polish the Web Interface that was introduced back in June and adding many more tweaks and improvements to the product.
This updates brings several new features and performance improvements, provides better user experience and addresses several known issues. For more details visit the what's new page.
Adaxes 2017.1 is here. See all the great new features, including a big addition to the Password Self-Service functionality, on the what's new page.
The latest minor update of Adaxes brings improvements to Exchange Online recipient caching mechanism, provides automatic resolving of conflicts when synchronizing configuration between multiple Adaxes services, adds new Web Interface administration capabilities, and, obviously, brings multiple bug fixes and stability improvements. Find more details on the What's New page.
The waiting is finally over as Adaxes Blog goes live! Administrators, help desks, managers and others who are interested in AD management and enterprise IT are welcome! Lots of interesting and beautiful content is already available and there is much more to come.