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Posted on 2007-12-03
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I am trying to run a query using Active Directory and I need the following information:

A breakdown of each server by name with logon user id (last logged on user)
# of computers (desktops and laptops) with computer name and log on user id (last logged on user)
# of printer queues with queue name and server name where the print queue is in.

I was able to pull the following information from AD using these queries:

-For servers:(&(objectCategory=computer)(!operatingSystem=Windows XP Professional)(!operatingSystem=Windows XP Tablet Edition)(!operatingSystem=Windows 2000 Professional))

-For workstations:(&(objectCategory=computer)(!operatingSystem=Windows 2003 Server)(!operatingSystem=Windows 2000 Server)(!description=Virtual Server Account))

-For printers:(&(objectCategory=printQueue)(serverName=*))
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Last logged on username isn't stored in AD, you'll need to use WMI to poll each workstation individually.
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