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AD report of logon hours

Posted on 2006-11-09
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I need to figure out a way to get a report of when users have permission to logon to computers

This is the logontime attribute set in AD


i can export the attribute out of AD using the CSVE or ldifde utility but it is in a format that i can not interpret this is an example of the attribute once it is exported
X'0000000080ff0780ff0780ff0780ff0780ff070000'

I don’t care what i use to get this done but need this report or data for compliance.
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by:omegamueller
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I have tested all the above tools but none of them give me a report of when user are permited to logon

They all give a report of when the user last logged on

unless im missing something in these software



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--Off Topic @ NJ..Mate! your back! i was on your site the other day..was going to send you an email! where have you been man! Cheers
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(Jay...  Just busy with work....  finally had some time to come back on EE...)

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Please close this question and award no point the question was not answered.

We have written a batch file to pull the correct information out of AD and put it into a report form. Please contact me if you need a copy of the file.
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