LEX 1.5.002 comes with a new visualization technique called cushion treemaps to provide you with a single grafic picture of the entire contents of your directory hierarchy or any sub container in your directory tree. When you are maintain large LDAP directory environments, this visualization lets you quickly identify the containers or organizational units with the most objects in it. Additionally, you can easily see what kind of objects are stored in which containers. This visualization technique called cushion treemaps is used in some popular admin tools for large file systems, like KDIRSTAT, SEQUOIAVIEW or WINDIRSTAT. Here are some screenshots which give you a good impression on the new LEX Treemap Factory:
LEX 1.5.000 evaluates the group type and the user state in an Active Directory environment. You have different icons for domain local groups, global groups and universal groups. And the user icon indicates whether the user is disabled or maybe locked.