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ScriptLogic Pushes for Exchange

Years ago, it was pretty easy to keep track of ScriptLogic; the company had a handful of programs aimed directly at Windows admins. But after an acquisition or two, and lots of internal development, the company now has some 21 products -- and that's not counting the half-dozen or so Quest products ScriptLogic now offers (Quest bought ScriptLogic last year, but wisely kept it as an independent brand and company).

Recently, the company enhanced Security Explorer, a tool to manage access to Windows networks and applications, which is now up to version 7.0. ScriptLogic also made a new push into Exchange management with Security Explorer for Exchange, a tool that helps admins handle Exchange permissions.

Posted by Doug Barney on 11/24/2008 at 1:16 PM


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