Tuesday, April 12, 2011

ManageRED Software to Release Password Copy with 64bit Support

With the development of a 64 bit password copy solution, ManageRED Software will be the first software provider to release a complete password copy software solution set to migrate customers to Microsoft Windows 64 bit server platforms on April 15, 2011.

Many businesses are considering moving to Microsoft 64 bit platforms such as Microsoft Server 2008 and Microsoft Server 2008R2 from their current 32 bit platform. ManageRED will integrate the new 64bit solution set into PasswordCopy designed to migrate or synchronize Windows servers and domains.

ManageRED's PasswordCopy will make it possible to migrate local server account and domain account passwords for organizations wishing to transition off Microsoft 32 bit platforms in one operation. With support for selective account password copy and synchronization, allows for co-existence of multiple platforms. Businesses will be able migrate local server account or domain account with passwords incrementally into Windows 64 bit servers as they transition away Windows 32 bit.

As customers begin to adopt Windows 64 bit Servers, we want them to know that ManageRED Software offers the best of breed password copy solution with technical expertise to help them move successfully, cost-effectively, with reduced downtime to their new 64 bit platforms' said Akos Sandor, chief technology officer, ManageRED Software.

ManageRED Software will release the new 64 bit password copy solution as a significant upgrade to their existing software line. PasswordCopy will be available directly from the ManageRED website starting April 15, 2011 for an introductory price of $249.00 USD for an unlimited enterprise license.

About ManageRED
ManageRed Software is a leading provider of Microsoft Windows management software worldwide enabling customers to centralize and reduce repetitive administration, migration and ongoing day to day Windows management while benefiting from reduced risk and improved operational efficiencies.

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