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List Disabled Users via Powershell

Posted on 2010-08-25
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Hi there,

I would like to know how can I list all the disabled users via Powershell in Windows 2008 SP2.

Does anyone know a Cmdlet or a script for it??

Thanks.
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Question by:ney_santos
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flexiwebsw earned 125 total points
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Try this code
 Save it to a file with the '.ps1' extention then run it with the arguments zshown below:

C:\Disabled.ps1 -domain mydomain -q

make sure your computer allows unsigned scripts to run

to enable this, run powershell as admin, then type in these commands:

Set-ExecutionPolicy

Then when it asks for the policy type in this one:

RemoteSigned

then press enter followeed by Y then enter

you should now be able to execute unsigned scripts, but if you use the pre-made one attached then you will have to right click on the download and select 'UnBlock'
param(
$domain=$env:userdomain,
[switch]$query,
[switch]$whatif,
[switch]$help,
[switch]$examples,
[switch]$min,
[switch]$full
) #end param
# Begin Functions
function funHelp()
{
$descriptionText= `
@"
NAME: LocateDisabledUsers.ps1 
DESCRIPTION:
Locates disabled users a local or remote domain by
supplying the netbios name of the domain. 
The script can query multiple domains by accepting 
more than one value for the -domain parameter. The 
script also supports using -whatif to prototype the 
command prior to execution
PARAMETERS: 
-domain the domain or domains to query for locked 
out users. Note: this is the netbios domain name.
Does not accept fully qualified domain name. For
example: nwtraders is correct, nwtraders.com is 
not.
-query executes the query
-whatif prototypes the command.
-help prints help description and parameters file
-examples prints only help examples of syntax
-full prints complete help information
-min prints minimal help. Modifies -help
"@ #end descriptionText
$examplesText= `
@"
SYNTAX:
LocateDisabledUsers.ps1
Displays an error missing parameter, and calls help
LocateDisabledUsers.ps1 -query
Queries disabled user accounts. The domain queried is
the local logged on users domain from the machine 
that launched the script 
LocateDisabledUsers.ps1 -domain nwtraders, contoso -query
Queries disabled user accounts in the nwtraders domain and
in the contoso domain. The script is executed locally 
LocateDisabledUsers.ps1 -query -domain nwtraders -whatif
Displays what if: Perform operation locate disabled 
users from the nwtraders domain.The query will execute 
from the localhost computer
LocateDisabledUsers.ps1 -help
Prints the help topic for the script
LocateDisabledUsers.ps1 -help -full
Prints full help topic for the script
LocateDisabledUsers.ps1 -help -examples
Prints only the examples for the script
LocateDisabledUsers.ps1 -examples
Prints only the examples for the script
"@ #end examplesText
$remarks = `
"
REMARKS
For more information, type: $($MyInvocation.ScriptName) -help -full
" #end remarks
if($examples) { $examplesText ; $remarks ; exit }
if($full) { $descriptionText; $examplesText ; exit } 
if($min) { $descriptionText ; exit }
$descriptionText; $remarks 
exit
} #end funHelp function
function funline (
$strIN,
$char = "=",
$sColor = "Yellow",
$uColor = "darkYellow",
[switch]$help
)
{
if($help)
{
$local:helpText = `
@"
Funline accepts inputs: -strIN for input string and -char for seperator
-sColor for the string color, and -uColor for the underline color. Only 
the -strIn is required. The others have the following default values:
-char: =, -sColor: Yellow, -uColor: darkYellow
Example:
funline -strIN "Hello world"
funline -strIn "Morgen welt" -char "-" -sColor "blue" -uColor "yellow"
funline -help
"@
$local:helpText
break
} #end funline help
$strLine= $char * $strIn.length
Write-Host -ForegroundColor $sColor $strIN 
Write-Host -ForegroundColor $uColor $strLine
} #end funLine function
Function funWhatIf()
{
foreach($sDomain in $Domain)
{
"what if: Perform operation locate disabled users from the $sDomain domain"
}
exit
} #end funWhatIf
Function funQuery()
{
Foreach($sDomain in $domain)
{
$strOutput = Get-WmiObject -Class win32_useraccount -filter `
"domain = ""$sDomain"" AND disabled = 'true'"
$count = ($strOutput | Measure-Object).count
If($count -eq 0)
{ 
funline -scolor green -ucolor darkyellow -strIN `
"There are no disabled accounts in the $sDomain" 
} #end if
ELSE
{
funline -scolor red -ucolor darkyellow -strIN `
"$count disabled in the $sDomain domain -- List follows:" 
format-table -property name, sid -AutoSize -inputobject $strOutput
} #end else
} #end foreach
exit
} #end funquery
# Entry Point
if($help) { funhelp }
if($examples) { funhelp }
if($full) { funhelp }
if($whatif) { funWhatIf }
if(!$query) { "missing parameter" ; funhelp }
if($query) { funQuery }

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by:soostibi
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If you use and import the ActiveDirectory module of R2 then:

Search-ADAccount -AccountDisabled
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by:soostibi
soostibi earned 125 total points
ID: 33525370
Or, more precisely:

Search-ADAccount -AccountDisabled -usersonly
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by:Mike Kline
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The Quest AD cmdlets can also help  http://www.quest.com/powershell/activeroles-server.aspx
Get-QADUser -SL 0 -disabled | FT displayname,sammaccountname
Thanks
Mike
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by:ney_santos
ID: 33525864
Thanks flexiwebsw, your script is perfect.

Soostibi... How can I import the R2 module on Win 2k8 SP2? Can I download it and install?

Mkline71... I can't install anyother thirty party modules on this enviroment, but thanks anyway.
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by:soostibi
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You can add the AD DS Remote Server Administration Tools feature with Server Manager and then in the PowerShell window run:
 import-module activedirectory
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