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Hello, Is there a tool I can use on ADUC to verify the last logon of a user and last use of a workstation, etc.?
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I don't think so.  The only thing that comes close in the acctinfo.dll:

http://thelazyadmin.com/index.php?/archives/170-View-Additional-Account-Info-with-Acctinfo.dll.html
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Use the oldcmp utility, a free command-line utility from www.joeware.net.  This will give you a list of users and workstations who have not logged on within the last X # of days, typically people will report on 30/60/90 days.

One thing to keep in mind with AD architecture - you're only going to get this data accurate to +/- 7 days, since the lastLogonTimestamp attribute does not get updated every single time a user/computer logs on/off.

Hope this helps.

Laura E. Hunter - Microsoft MVP: Windows Server - Networking
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bummer Pber.... got me!
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Another good free tool is DumpSec., which is free. You can very easily create customized exportable reports and choose the information you wish. One option is last logon.
http://www.somarsoft.com/
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haim96, great minds think alike
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Pber you win however, I like to share the points since you all take time to help people like me.  Thank you all.
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Glad to help..
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Thanks lazik,
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:)

cheers!
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