The script saves last activity date of the target user in Exchange Online to custom attribute date attribute.
The script saves a list of members of an AD group to a multi-valued property of the group. The list includes both direct and indirect group members.
The script saves calendar processing settings of a Microsoft 365 (Office 365) mailbox to a multi-valued Active Directory attribute.
The script saves mailbox size to an Active Directory attribute.
The script populates attributes of a user with names of Microsoft 365 (Office 365) groups and Exchange Online distribution lists the user is a member of.
The script saves the expiration date of a user or computer password in a human-readable form in a text attribute of the user or computer account.
The script updates the specified property with the value of the primary SMTP address.
The script saves property values of a user account to a Microsoft Word document.
The script can be used to schedule a task that will be executed several days after removing an AD object and referring to properties of the deleted object.
The scripts allow you to schedule certain changes to be made to an AD object at a later date.
The script generates and emails an HTML report on the activity of a Scheduled Task.
The script emails the list of scheduled tasks that are configured to run on a specific instance of Adaxes service.
The script finds and replaces the specified text in the notifications sent by the Send email notification action in business rules, custom commands and scheduled tasks.
The script allows you to find and replace text in scripts executed by Business Rules, Custom Commands and Scheduled Tasks.
The script enables a mailbox archive and selects a database for the archive based on the Office property of a user account.
The script creates a mailbox archive for a user. A store where to place the archive is selected based on the user's office location and the least number of mailboxes in the store.
Scripts that generate report on password resets via Adaxes Password Self-Service.
The set of scripts can be used to enable users to add themselves to AD groups for a limited period of time.