Download the latest release on GitHub.
This version introduces a user-configurable check interval. You can adjust the check interval anywhere from 1 to 24 hours.
ADPassMon is designed to poll AD for password expiration info immediately upon launch, 15 seconds after the computer wakes from sleep, and/or every x hours as determined by the check interval. Blog commenter Andy May let me know that the automatic expiration check was not working properly. This release fixes that bug.
- ADPassMon now requires OS X 10.8. (ADPassMon v1.9 is still available for 10.6 and 10.7)
- It now detects if a password is set to never expire and halts further checking. The menu will display ‘[–]‘ in this case. (Thanks to Luis Giraldo for pointing out this oversight on GitHub.)
- Some log entries were removed and others were slightly modified
- Replaced “Quit ADPassMon” in menu with “Exit”
Download version 1.9.8 here.
This version fixes a bug that caused ADPassMon to fail when a Mac’s language settings use a decimal separator other than a period. Thank you to Adrian Milz of Germany for pointing it out to me.
I have also decided to distribute the application with a simple zip archive rather than a dmg from now on.
Download version 1.9.7 here.