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I have User Accounts with email and without email,Service accounts,User accounts just used for email viewing.uynused ones.

Posted on 2010-01-06
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I have User Accounts with email and without email,Service accounts,User accounts just used for email viewing.
Now how can i find which are used and which are not. last login or last password reset is not getting me any where.
Any ideas on how to get this to a phase where i have just unused accounts and disabled them after validating

Question by:bsharath
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by:Justin Owens
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What version of AD are you using?
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Windows 2003
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by:Justin Owens
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How many domain controllers do you have?
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Also, are you comfortable with using a script to accomplish your goal?  If so, have you seen this PowerShell script?  It worked like a champ for me...



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