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What machines are using a particular AD account?

Posted on 2009-04-02
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I have an account on my active directory domain that I want to disable. However this account may be in use an a number of PCs on the domain to run application services. Is there a way I can tell which machnies this account is logged on? How about even if only being used to run a service?
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Don't I have to specify the machine name to use psloggedon? I'm not trying to find out who is logged on to a particular machine. I'm trying to find which machnies a user is logged on to.
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Crap srcub that. Let me take a closer look at PSlogges on. I've neevr used it for that purpose beofre.
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You can specify user name and it will return the machines the user is logged onto
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Yeah it looks like it does the trick alright. Guess I should have looked at it more closely day one. Cheers for that.
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