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Script to Shutdown Logged off Computers

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Last Modified: 2012-05-09
I want to have a script that will check if a computer in my AD or from alist of names has someone logged into it and if there is no one logged in then to shutdown that computer.

My network is multiple subnets with WAN connections, running server 2003 and XP SP3 clients.

The problem with this is I my scripting is very basic so I need a lot of help with this.
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