Here is a simple VBScript that you can schedule to run nightly that will clean out files and folders in a selected path older than a specified number of days. Maybe you have a shared temporary working space for documents or a location where scanned or faxed documents are dropped. This VBS script will ensure that these locations don't get clogged up or overly cluttered. Read further for the code...
A minor update to our File Searcher by Owner utility has been released, bringing it up to version 220.127.116.11. This tool can be used to search for local or network shared files and folders by a local or domain user or group. New features include:
- Search by Security Identifier (SID)
- Version checker
The Grim Admin is happy to announce a free tool, called File Searcher by Owner, for Microsoft Windows systems that allows you to search for files and folders based on the owner of the object. Since this feature has not been built into any version of Microsoft Windows, prior to this tool you would have to run some crazy command-line hacks like
dir /q /s | find /i "domain\username" or try to create your own custom batch file, a rather tedious task.
File Searcher by Owner is a simple to use utility that allows you to search for local or network shared files and folders by a local or domain user or group. Features include:
- Support for UNC paths
- Export to comma-separated (CSV) file
- Preserves right-click context menu for files & folders
- Portable and lightweight
Often it is useful to create a listing of when accounts in a Microsoft Active Directory organizational unit (OU) are set to expire. For example, if you plan to lower the time between forced password changes, it is good to know which accounts may be affected by the change. You can open the outputted file from our sample VBScript in Microsoft Excel or OpenOffice.org Calc and sort and recalculate dates based on the new maximum password age. Read further for the example code and output format...
We now have a tool that lets you find what company owns a registered media access control address (MAC address). This could be useful in identifying the manufactuer of a networked device based on its organizationally unique identifier (OUI).
We hope you find the MAC Address Lookup Tool useful!