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how do i get last login times for users of NT 4.0 domain

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how do i get last login times for users of NT 4.0 domain?

An output of all users with  the info in text file would best.
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You might have better luck if you post this in the correct section, NT4 doesn't use AD..

Oh yeah - time to UPGRADE, man!  LOL
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not particularly helpful - but he does have a point... NT4, thats oldschool!

anyhoo - use dumpsec... http://www.somarsoft.com/
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