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How can I determine the last time a user logged onto a windows 2008 active directory domain?

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Time for some house keeping. Is there a way to determine when was the last time a user or computer account in Active Directory 2008 signed on?
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I'm not sure if there's an easier way, but you can search for the username in the security log in event viewer on the server
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The PowerShell script worked quite well, thank you!
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