GPOADmin 5.7 was released today and includes the following enhancements:
- Custom Workflow Actions – GPOADmin 5.7 enables users to execute/automate custom actions before or after a GPOADmin change to facilitate integration with internal processes and external systems. An easy-to-use editor simplifies custom action creation. Example use cases:
- Email notification: Configure a pre-action to send the help-desk distribution list an email each time a GPO change is requested.
- Integration with external workflow system: a GPO checkout, modification and request for approval can be configured to create a ticket in an external workflow system. Subsequent approval in the external workflow system can be configured to approve and deploy that same policy in GPOADmin.
- Additional PowerShell commands – GPOADmin has expanded its command line capabilities, now offering more than 100 pre-packaged PowerShell commands. To see a list of new PowerShell commands, open the attached What's New document.
- Support for IPv6 – GPOADmin now supports the Internet Protocol version 6 family.
If you are using GPOADmin and current on maintenance, download the latest release at https://support.quest.com/gpoadmin/5.7/.
If you're interested in learning more about GPOADmin, visit or download a trial at https://www.quest.com/products/gpoadmin/.
GPOADmin automates critical Active Directory Group Policy management tasks to reduce costs and eliminate manual processes. GPOADmin extends the Microsoft Group Policy Management Console (GPMC) so you can quickly and effectively administer GPO changes and compare GPO versions over time to confirm the consistency of different GPO settings. With so many GPO comparison features combined with enhanced security capabilities, you’ll be able to more effectively control and manage your Windows infrastructure—while driving compliance to corporate policies, regulatory standards and frameworks such as ITIL, MOF, SOX, Basel II, HIPAA and C-198. Learn more at quest.com/products/gpoadmin/.