For LDAP Administrator 2015.2, we've focused around user interface and usability improvements to make LDAP directory management easier and more intuitive. Special attention has been paid to long-running operations and operations on multiple objects.
With the new Chips Editor, inserting the DN of a directory object has been made much easier. Instead of locating an object manually in the directory tree, now you can quickly find it by name or even by a part of the name.
The user experience for executing long-running and bulk operations has been improved significantly. Now, when performing operations on multiple objects, you can track the status of each operation, see which objects were processed successfully, which were not, and why.
Following multiple requests from our customers, starting from the new version, LDAP Administrator allows renaming multiple objects with one operation. In addition, you can generate a unique name for each object using value references.
Now, you can quickly access recently opened LDIF documents directly from the Windows taskbar.
Starting from the new version, the status of long-running operations is displayed in the Windows taskbar so that you can track them even when the LDAP Administrator window is not active.
From now on, you can copy and paste binary values as HEX strings in the Binary Editor.
We are always committed to make our application more stable, bug free and responsive. Since the last release we have implemented a lot of enhancements and bugfixes which are not visible at first glance, however they make the use of LDAP Administrator more streamlined and stable than ever.