DbVisualizer or SQL Data Lens.
Probably they are good for those who use them.
I did not know about these products, thanks.

Everything is fine with this program, but it does not allow you to do a selective upload. For example, I need to export not all users, but only certain attributes.

here's another one-liner: Change password for preset users

x "new $namespace,s,p,n set $namespace=""%SYS"",p(""Password"")=""NewPass123"" for n=""admin"",""cspsystem"",""iam"",""superuser"",""unknownuser"",""_system"",""_ensemble"" set s=##class(Security.Users).Modify(n,.p)"

Propose No. 5
Create a new database and namespace with resources and mapping in interoperability and install a module from the register into it, for example "dc-one-liners"

At the end of line No. 2 of the zpm installation:

set $namespace="%SYS" do ##class(Security.SSLConfigs).Create("ssl") set r=##class(%Net.HttpRequest).%New(),r.Server="pm.community.intersystems.com",r.SSLConfiguration="ssl" do r.Get("/packages/zpm/latest/installer"),$system.OBJ.LoadStream(r.HttpResponse.Data,"c") zpm "install zapm" zapm "newdb dc-one-liners"

And you can create any number of such one-liners for all possible cases ;-)

There is a shorter line, from @Sergei Shutov 

zn "%SYS" d ##class(Security.SSLConfigs).Create("z") s r=##class(%Net.HttpRequest).%New(),r.Server="pm.community.intersystems.com",r.SSLConfiguration="z" d r.Get("/packages/zpm/latest/installer"),$system.OBJ.LoadStream(r.HttpResponse.Data,"c")

Thank you Robert @Robert Cemper, your articles and projects are just wonderful. They are very useful for creativity for both the novice and experienced developer!