The Release Notes provide a summary of new features and changes since the last release. The Release Notes can help you evaluate whether an upgrade is necessary.
- New name and new Specops theme: The product is now officially named Specops Active Directory Janitor and the new Specops theme has been applied to the administration tools.
- Windows 7 and Windows x64 fixed issues related to running on Windows 7 and using x64 operating systems have now been fixed. The issues were related to checkboxes and scrollbars disappearing on Windows 7 when text was entered in certain text boxes on x64 computers.
Released May 10, 2010
- Deleting objects in AD now uses both Delete Tree and a recursive delete ADJ previously used the Delete Tree method to delete user and computer objects to improve speed during the deletion process if there exists sub objects below the computer or user object. This requires a specific permission for tree deletion that normally is not separated from the standard deletion permissions. But ADJ now tries to delete those objects recursive if ADJ detects the delete tree permission is not present.
Released July 7, 2009