<h3>Manual User Management?</h3><p>We believe that your IT Department has better things to do than to spend time creating and managing user accounts, groups, folders with permissions and mail accounts!</p><h3>Not only users are managed!</h3><p>ADConnector also creates folders, groups and mailboxes. Navigate to the product section to find out what ADConnector can do for you!</p><h3>Automation at its finest.</h3><p>ADConnector imports and manages your users in Active Directory from any data source!</p>

What is ADConnector?

The flagship of our product family, ADConnector, is a User Lifecycle Management Application which creates, adopts and manages users in Active Directory through the entire lifecycle. [more]


ADConnector comes with an easy-to-use configuration tool which, with its wizard-based approach, will guide you through all steps needed for your configuration. Each feature of ADConnector can be configured to suit perfectly your organisation’s needs and preferences. If several data sources are at your disposal multiple instances can be configured to handle this. [more]


  • Creates Users, Folders, Groups and Mail accounts in one step
  • Single Data Source
  • Standardised User Environment
  • Automated tasks = fewer human errors
  • Lower TCO
  • [more Features]





  • A very flexible solution
  • ADConnector saves us thousands of hours!
  • Now our data is consistent
  • Simplified, but with expert options!
  • Great software


ADConnector comes with 4 different modules and 1 extension pack:

  • - Base Module
  • - Folder Module
  • - Group Module
  • - Exchange Module
  • - Event Extension

Below you can see which features are included in which modules.

  Base Folders Groups Exchange Events
Creating an OU-structure for the user accounts        
Creating user accounts in Active Directory        
Adopting existing unmanaged user accounts        
Adding new attributes to existing user accounts        
Setting passwords based on password profiles        
Managing double users based on double user profiles        
Altering existing user accounts        
Marking user accounts for deletion (deactivation)        
Deleting user accounts, including their data        
Reporting changes of any kind by e-mail        
Replacing specific contents with a different value        
Filtering text included in the source data        
Using templates for recurring text or to create user-defined variables not included in the source data        
Scheduling ADConnector to be run automatically        
Configuring and running multiple instances        
Restoring previous configurations        
Logging (diff. options)        
User Manuals        
Instruction Videos        
Creating folders for each user, including permissions        
Moving user folders to another location        
Deleting user folders upon deletion of the user object        
Creating groups of any style        
Managing group memberships        
Deleting groups        
Creating group folders, including permissions        
Moving group folders to another location        
Creating mailboxes        
Creating mail-users (mail forwarding)        
Setting mailbox features (OWA, ActiveSync, …)        
Event handling interface for own commands