AD Permissions Reporter BETA Released

December 2, 2013 — 9 Comments

The public BETA of my new Active Directory permissions reporting tool is now available to download. Read on for more details and a video of the tool in action.


If you want to try the BETA out for yourself, you can download it here:

There are still a couple of features that are not finished in this BETA (such as command line support) and I’m sure there will still be some minor bugs in there, but it is not far from being complete so it should give you a good idea of what to expect from the finished tool.

I’ve also made a quick summary video for anyone that just wants to see how the tool works and what exactly it can be used for, and I’ll be making some more in depth videos over the next few days that cover more advanced parts of the application.

AD Permissions Reporter Summary


I’m looking forward to seeing what people think of it after spending so long working on it – if you do try the BETA out then I’d really appreciate any feedback you can give.



9 responses to AD Permissions Reporter BETA Released



    I do not have Global Admin access. Is there any way this can be setup to run with out this high level of user access. I just want to READ AD. I do not work in the AD support group, and no one outside that group has this type of AD access.



      Hi Bill,

      I’m not sure what you mean – the tool doesn’t require any special permissions, you simply need to have permission to read the AD objects that you are reporting on (and have permission to read their permissions of course). Can you explain what is happening when you try to use the tool? If you want to send me some screenshots and more details then please email them to



    I’ve just installed this app and it’s tell me the version has expired.. Is there an updated release I can download..?


    Great Tool. Thank You

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