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NDSCount v3 is a 32-bit Windows GUI utility that scans your
NDS/eDirectory tree and schema definition and reports on the
different object classes that are defined. If any schema
extensions, such as ZENworks, have been installed, they too will
be reported. For each object class, an object count is given.

You can report by object class, container or by partition. Reporting by partition
is very useful when trying to get a handle on replication traffic. Reporting by class
is helpful when you are doing a license compliance check (say, by checking User
objects) or looking for objects of a particular object class.

NDSCount is a must-have tool that can assist you to determine how many leaf and
container objects you have in your tree. Starting with v3.52, it can also reports on
users that have no NDS/eDirectory passwords.

Download the NDSCount evaluation to find additional information from the included documentation.

NDSCount

It is 10AM, do you know how many objects there are in your tree and
where they are?