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Joining domain en Windows 2008 2003

Posted on 2011-09-11
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Windows 2003 and 2008 DC

I need to know all Computer accounts that has joined the domain or left the domain in the last weeks
I did not succeed to do it with the Security Event Log. Is it possible ?
If not any other way to do it ?
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Pretty much yes.
But i don't belive there's a tool for it.
Scripts however there are plenty...
for example:
http://www.lazynetworkadmin.com/knowledgebase-mainmenu-6/2-windows/38-list-all-computers-in-your-domain


Recommand you rephrase your question to the form of "is there a script in batch/VB/powershell" in one of the other forums and you'll probably get 1
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