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How can i know when was last time password chnage in AD 2003

Posted on 2008-06-12
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I want  to generate a report that will give me detail about when was last time password changed for All AD users...

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You could use VBScript but you can manage old user accounts an easier way.  Logon to your DC, open a command prompt and type:
"dsquery user -stalepwd 45"

This will give you a list of all users that haven't changed their password for 45 days.

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i tried dsquery on my windows 2000 AD but its not working can u help me out why
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Are you running Windows 2003 or Windows 2000?
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DSquery if for Win2003/2008 only, try the VB script referred to in my first post
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