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how to Automatically disable inactive accounts on windows server 2003 in a none-domain envirnment

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I have about 15 windows server 2003 standard servers acting as application servers in a NONE-domain envirnment. Is there a way I can Automatically disable inactive accounts on the system say after 30 inactive days?
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use oldcmp from www.joeware.net/freetools, create a scheduled job to run on a regular basis
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