Npasswd is a replacement for the passwd command for UNIX. It subjects user passwords to stringent guessability checks to decrease the chance of users choosing vulnerable passwords. It addresses other deficiencies found of standard password change programs. Npasswd is designed to replace the programs passwd, chfn and chsh.
The nt2linux kit provides tools to extract configurations from an NT server and migrate them to a Linux server. You can migrate user accounts and passwords, share definitions, access control lists, printer definitions, and network settings. You run one utility on the NT server (you must be administrator) and it produces a file which the Linuxconf nt2linux module imports into various Linux files.
NTLogon is a Python script that generates Samba/NT-logon scripts from an easy-to-modify configuration file. It currently understands the Samba macros for User, Group, and Architecture. The configuration file looks like a cross between an INI file and a DOS batchfile, so most Windows users will feel somewhat comfortable.
oDns is a simple php/Perl/MySQL frontend to the BIND 8.2.1 Name Server. All the hosts information is saved in four SQL tables. The php-based Web frontend allows you to add/edit/remove domains (primary and slaves) and contact information. In the background, Perl is used to generate standard named.conf and specific zone files for all the primary domains.
oMail-admin is a PHP-based Web frontend to qmail and vmailmgrd. It can be used by domain owners and single users to easily administer their mail accounts without bothering the sysadmin. Its features include mailbox/alias management, auto-responder (vacation-like) support, support for changing passwords, and translations for the French, English, Swedish, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Danish, Romana, Czech, Nederlands, and German languages.