When your machine throws a “the server has exceeded the maximum number of allowed connections” message or when user accounts go stale, it’s up to the IT administrators to handle it. However, this is often easier said than done, especially if the IT admin is addressing these issues manually.

But don’t worry, there are tools that can help! To simplify these tasks, check out these free Active Directory tools from ManageEngine:

Terminal Session Manager

Manage, disconnect, or log off terminal user sessions across the domain from a single console, taking a major load off your shoulders. Identify and manage multiple terminal sessions in a domain from a single point with ManageEngine’s free Terminal Session Manager tool.

If you answer “yes” to the questions below, the Terminal Session Manager is the tool for you:

  • Do you need a list of all active, disconnected, or idle terminal sessions available on selected computers in a domain?

  • Are you looking for an enhanced search function to a list of all computers that run a terminal session in the domain?

  • Would you like to disconnect or log off terminal sessions with a single click?

Last Logon Finder

Stale user accounts can be retrieved and cyber attackers can use the credentials to log on to any machine, and gain access to your Active Directory environment. You can keep cyberattacks in check by listing the last logon time of all or selected users in the selected domain controllers in the domain. If you find any stale user accounts, you can eliminate them. This is where the Last Logon Finder comes to the rescue. This free tool will list the last logon times of a selected group or for all users in all the selected domain controllers in the domain.

Prerequisites for the Last Logon Finder:

  • Basic LDAP scripting knowledge

  • Connectivity to the domain on which LDAP query is used

If you answer “yes” to the questions below, the Last Logon Finder is the tool for you:

  1. Do you need last logon details specific to a domain controller?

  2. Do you need last logon information of all the users in the domain?

  3. Do you need a specific user’s last logon times?

Download the Last Logon Finder and Terminal Session Manager now for free, and check out our full suite of 20 free Active Directory tools to help you manage your AD environment.

Terence Morais
Product Marketing Specialist