The final beta version of ADHQ 9 before general release is now available. Continue reading to see what's new in this version, as well as an important note for customers using the 365 features of ADHQ 8.
As of this release, ADHQ 9 is now officially 64-bit. You'll notice a small increase in performance, as well as the ability to generate larger reports without running into memory issues. On the topic of reports, we're also introducing new categories of reports for Microsoft 365. These reports pull information directly from your 365 tenant, and provide useful information about your 365 Users, Groups, and Contacts.
365 Integration in ADHQ
If you've been keeping up with Microsoft announcements, you may already be aware that Microsoft is disabling the license assignment features of some of their 365 APIs. Additionally, the entire original API is scheduled for removal around the end of 2022. We expect these changes to affect ADHQ 8, and we're changing how we interact with 365 in ADHQ 9 so that we can continue providing support for 365.
ADHQ 9 Beta 2 does not yet change 365 license assignment, but it does modify how we establish a connection to your 365 tenant in preparation for the upcoming changes, so we encourage you to download this version and ensure that ADHQ has no issues pulling data from your tenant by running a couple of the new 365 reports.
Click the link below to download the latest beta build and try it out yourself! ADHQ 9 will install into a new directory, and will function completely independently from ADHQ 8. If you have installed a previous beta version of ADHQ 9, this version will install as a new 64-bit app, and will share data (reports, collections, etc) with previous 32-bit beta versions. Those 32-bit versions of ADHQ 9 Beta can be safely removed after Beta 2 is installed.
Direct download: https://www.javelinasoftware.com/downloads/adhqpro90beta2.exe