Aug 032012
 

Create, configure and install Managed Service Accounts with just a few clicks. No Powershell knowledge required.
Managed Service Accounts are a great new feature that was added to Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7, but up until now the only way to create and configure them has been via Powershell cmdlets (requiring at least 3 separate commands to be run, one of which has to be run locally on the computer that will use the MSA).

Features

Simple and intuitive Graphical User Interface tool (no LDAP or powershell knowledge required)
Makes it very quick and easy to create and assign new MSAs, as well as unassigning and removing old MSAs
Install and uninstall MSAs on remote computers
Configure properties of existing MSAs, including the ability to disable them, set their expiry date, add them to groups, modify SPNs, and more
Uses native Windows APIs and LDAP operations where possible instead of Powershell to increase performance
Multi-domain friendly, simply enter the domain name (and credentials) for any domain you want to manage MSAs on

Download MSA

You can download MSA from here

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