Windows 2003 AD User Login tracking.

Posted on 2008-11-14
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Is there a way I can generate a report to list all of my AD users with the last time they have logged in?  I need to see who has not logged onto the domain in a while.  Is there something similar to how I can see mailbox logins in Exchange?
Question by:Tardy
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    The easiest way is to output from the login script for the userb in the netlogon folder.  You could then import this data into access for easy manipulation or to run reports....

    try adding something like I've mentioned here

    Put commas between the criteria and rename the output file to .csv to create a csv file

    Author Closing Comment

    I was looking for how to see if people have not logged on as well.  It looks like your solution would only show me who HAS logged on but from the link you gave me I found this which was perfect!  Also the command you provided will be useful for other things I am doing.  Thanks.  

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