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How can i find just the machines that have not logged in for 15 days

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How can i find just the machines that have not logged in for 15 days.Is there a way to increase or decrease...
I want only those names to a file so that later i can check my asset and delete all the computers if they are returned to the vendors...

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Sharath
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Hi,
 You can do a "dsquery computer -inactive 2". The number 2 being 2 weeks. Or, you can use a tool such as oldcmp: http://www.joeware.net/freetools/tools/oldcmp/index.htm

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