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how do I get a list of "password never expires" from AD accounts in win2003

I would like print out a list of all accounts that have password set to "password never expires" but I don't know which ldap object that has that attribute.   If anyone knows a solution or points me to the right direction, i greatly appreciate it.

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ded9Commented:
Hi dude

Okay dude here is the answer to your question
Just Click on the link below
http://www.windowsitpro.com/Article/ArticleID/48309/48309.html
Also in the link is a small script already programed for achieving your goal

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SunshineVKCommented:
Hi,

Install support tools on your machine. After that when open dsa.msc you will find a save queries folder in the left hand side panel. Right click on it => New=> Query=> Define the query root => give a name to the query => click on define query => in the open dialogue box you will find the option for Non Expiring passwords => select the check box. Save the query and then click on it. It will give you a list of all id's with non expiring password.
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Naser GabajCommented:
Part of the reports of ManageEngine ADManager Plus is "AD User Reports"

http://manageengine.adventnet.com/products/ad-manager/active_directory_user_reports.html

You can download the free version from here:

http://www.manageengine.com/products/ad-manager/download.html?free

It will do the job for you.

HTH.

Naser
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Rob WilliamsCommented:
There is a free little program called Dupsec, that will allow you to create a user account policies report, among others, in seconds. You can choose the options you want to report such as whether the password expires, if it does, the expiry name,  group memberships etc. The file can be used as is, or exported to an Excel spread sheet or text application.
http://www.somarsoft.com/
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Rob WilliamsCommented:
Thanks vayoha,
--Rob
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vayohaAuthor Commented:
thanks for everyone for your inputs.   All suggestions are great.  I'm using adventnet software such as opmanager, wifimanager but i didn't pay attention about AD managed program.  This must be new.  I like the web interface program they provide.  Please try their products out if you have a chance.  It's relatively inexpensive.  
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ded9Commented:
Thank you dude
vayoha
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Naser GabajCommented:
Glad to see it helps :) and thanks for the points.

Naser
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