How can you check user account information using scripts?

I want to check:

1.  When users last changed their passwords.
2.  Which users are required to change their passwords.
3.  Which accounts have not been used in 2 months.

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ojfahoumAuthor Commented:
Sorry.  I forgot to mention we are using Active Directory.

1.  no idea atm.
2.  dsquery user domainroot -name * | dsget user -mustchpwd
3.  dsquery user domainroot -inactive 8 -name * (8 is the Number of Weeks of inactivity)

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ojfahoumAuthor Commented:
Can you use these tools on W2K directory?    If so, do you know where I can get them?

thanks for the help.
you can get them with Admin Pack for Windows 2003.
It should be run on a Windows XP (or W2K3) and can be used against W2K and W2K3 Domains
thank you.
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