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Check Domain Members last login

Posted on 2009-04-01
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We have a lot of extra PC's that no longer exist but werent removed from AD. I want to get them cleaned up so only active PC's are part of the domain. Is there a way i can see what computers have been used or communicated with the DC in the last 30 days? I have no issue deleteing anything older than that.
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by:Donald Stewart
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I have used this method to find computer account password age, then if any are over 90 they're safe to delete

JSI Tip 3988. Network Account Password Age (NetPWAge) freeware.
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This will be better suited for you

http://www.joeware.net/freetools/tools/oldcmp/index.htm
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GREAT TOOL! thanks for the quick reply
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