Notify Users of Expiring Windows Password Changes with Password Reminder PRO 1.4

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SysOp Tools, Inc. announced Password Reminder PRO v1.4 is now available, an enterprise solution that reliably notifies users via email when their Windows domain password will expire. The ultimate user support tool for companies that enforce a Windows change password policy.

Password expiration reminder software for domain users. Easily notify users & maintain a clean Active Directory

SysOp Tools, Inc., a provider of Windows Active Directory security and administration software, announced Password Reminder PRO v1.4 is now available for download at http://www.sysoptools.com.

According to Kurt Lewis from SysOp Tools, Inc: "Password Reminder PRO for Active Directory automatically notifies users of upcoming domain password expirations in a reliable and professional manner, significantly lowering the user frustrations and IT support overhead typically associated with maintaining a Windows change password environment."

Mr. Lewis also stated: "Any organization which enforces a Windows change-password policy will benefit substantially from using Password Reminder PRO, both at the support desk and the end-user level. It's truly a wonderful tool."

"SysOp Tools feels so strongly about the obvious use benefits, that we offer a free two month evaluation period of our full-version software.
We want the customer to feel 110% satisfied with our solution and have all technical questions answered before approaching our Sales Team for a quote."

When asked about the latest product release Mr. Lewis added: "We've also added a number of new customer-requested features in Password Reminder PRO 1.4. For example, an automated daily report of expiring temporary user accounts and associated Active Directory data, support for multiple languages in the password expiration reminder email sent to users, customizable subject line for the password expiration reminder emails, support for companies with globally-distributed offices and domain architectures, and more."

"Our customers speak, and we listen- We're constantly working to add features based on customer feedback and input."

Highlights:

  • Automatically notify users via email when their password will expire. Perfect for Outlook Web Access, VPN, remote and non-Windows OS users.
  • Reduce up to 80% of password-related IT help calls and lower support costs associated with maintaining a Windows change-password environment.
  • Password expiration reminders are emailed to users in advance of password expiration date, ensuring no loss of productivity.
  • Easy to install and run, requires no scripting or coding knowledge.
  • Works with Active Directory and any mail server (Exchange, Novell, Linux) or client whether in-house or externally hosted, regardless of client OS.
  • The perfect tool for maintaining SOX, HIPAA, and PCI compliance with regards to user account security.

Pricing and Availability:
Please visit SysOp Tools to download your free 60-day trial of Password Reminder PRO. Licensing for Password Reminder PRO is per password-expiring domain user at an extremely compelling price. Price quotes may be requested online at http://www.sysoptools.com/pricing.html. Information concerning pricing, licensing, features and support are available through these sources. SysOp Tools takes great care to provide exceptional service.

About SysOp Tools, Inc.
SysOp Tools, Inc. is based in Los Angeles, California and has established a worldwide reputation for providing helpful and unique IT software solutions. Products such as AD Query and Password Reminder PRO are well recognized across systems solutions markets. Our satisfied customers span private, government, educational and Fortune 500 industries. Further information about SysOp Tools and its products are available online at http://www.sysoptools.com .

Contact Information
Kurt Lewis
213-995-5064
General company contact information can be found at http://www.sysoptools.com/about.html.

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