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Send Email Notifications to Users when their Domain Password is about to Expire

YANKTON, SD, December 19, 2009 /24-7PressRelease/ — Practical Design Group, LLC announces the release of Practical Password Reminder. Be proactive with your user’s network password expiration by sending them an email reminder that their password is about to expire.

Practical Password Reminder is a password expiration monitoring utility for domain accounts. The utility runs daily and will lookup the domain’s password policy and determine which users have passwords that will be expiring within the specified number of days. Users with expiring passwords will receive a customizable email stating their password is about to expire. Domain administrators will also receive an email with a summary report that lists the users with passwords expiring within the specified number of days.

It is estimated 40% of all helpdesk tickets are related to expired passwords. Sending reminders to change passwords can greatly reduce helpdesk load and increase user productivity.

Being notified of expiring passwords is especially important for Outlook Web Access(OWA) users, VPN users, Mac, Linux, or users that frequently use generic logins that may not receive the Windows logon password expiration notification.

Availability
A free evaluation of Practical Password Reminder is available now by going to
http://www.practicaldesign.com/ppreminder.htm
A free evaluation of Practical Password Reset is available now by going to http://www.practicaldesign.com/ppr.htm

About Practical Design Group, LLC
Established in 1997, Practical Design Group, LLC is a leader in providing cost-effective products for environmental monitoring and network management. Practical Design Group, LLC is a privately held company headquartered in Yankton, SD. For more information please visit: http://www.practicaldesign.com


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