LEX can decode important attribute of Active Directory objects now: There are several new specific attribute editors for Active Directory attributes which represents a flag value. The flags can be expressed either as a numeric value (mostly such attributes are actually bit fields...) or as a string containing several flag characters. The following attributes can now be edited directly: dsHeuristics, groupType, sAMAccountType, searchFlags, systemFlags, userAccountControl:
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For the new bitfield/flag editors, you can set and remove bits now when you build LDAP filters or when you use the multiple objects editing feature:
Filters which contain date and time values can be stored in a time-relative manner ("All users which didn't log on for the last six months"). If you make subdirectories in your filter store directory, you can load them in a structured submenu according to the file directory structure.