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Update 3/13/2017: Updated example Logic File #3. Upgrade: handle non-string Registry values.

Update 2/22/2016: Added Retrieve/Set Registry Keys, MenuFromFile.

Update 2/18/2016: Added [lcc:tab] replacement option, CopyFromClipBoard, new logging logic.

Update 12/14/2012: Fixed bug in ADCreateObject module. Added debug level '28' for ADChangePassword.

Update 12/7/2012: Added 'ADChangePassword' key.

Update 10/12/2012: Upgraded manual to new layout/ease of use. Added 'ContinueAfterError' key.

Update 9/7/2012: Recompiled for 'any cpu' mode, to support both x86/64 bit ActiveDS.dll (Active Directory calls).

Update 8/29/2012: Added Replace Tags to QuerySQL Server, Database, Query Statement. Added ADQueryPageSize and ADQueryResultsSizeLimit.

Update 8/23/2012: Program released.


The lccCommander application uses a text based logic file to perform commands/tasks. It was built to run in a Command window and can be embedded into batch files.

By default, lccCommander will provide brief information on results to the screen. A larger verbose level of details will be logged to a Log File.

The program can perform the following type of tasks:

Manuals Application Files Screenshots Example Logic Files

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