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How can find the date a domain account was creared
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It's quite simple. Simply open Active Directory Users and Computers and ensure 'Advanced Features' is checked on the View menu.

Now, on any Active Directory object (including users, computers or even OUs), you can view its Properties and access the 'Object' tab, which has information regarding when the object was created and when it was last modified/updated.

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and if you want to use a command line tool and dump out the info for all your users
adfind by Joe Richards can help
http://www.joeware.net/freetools/tools/adfind/index.htm
For the single user
adfind -sc u:Username whencreated -tdca
For all users and dump to a csv file
adfind -default -f  "&(objectcategory=person)(objectclass=user)" samaccountname whencreated -tdca -csv -nodn > c:\usersCreateDate.csv
Thanks
Mike
 
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