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How to find account in Netware that have been inactive for 90 days

Posted on 2009-04-09
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Looking for a free tool that would allow me to find all account that have no activity for past 90 days. Novell Netware 6.5. I know about DSRazor but don't have the $$ for that right now.

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by:alextoft
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Best tool for the job is JRB getrest, however there are freebie alternatives available. Try this:

http://www.novell.com/communities/node/2253/lastlogin+generate+report+based+last+login+time

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deroode earned 125 total points
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type in a dosbox:

nlist user show "last login time" /c /s /r

nlist is the standard object listing tool, use nlist /? to find out all options. /c = continue, /r = start from root /s = do subcontainers also
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cartelio, did you try the above suggestions?
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Sorry for the delay! Thanks for your help
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