Query AD on SBS 2008

I have a request from a client who was recently purchased by another company.  They are performing an audit and asked for informaiton on each user.  I am looking for a command that will provide firstname, lastname, username, date of last password change, password expiration, date of last login, and account status.  Any help would be very much appreciated.
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raeldriCommented:
PowerGUI and poweshell will make that very simple for you

take a look at http://powergui.org/index.jspa

if you have any questions let us know
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Brent ChallisPrincipal: ITCommented:
If you install the Active Directory Management Gateway Service (https://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=2852) on the Domain controller you can then use the ActiveDirectory module for PowerShell and use the

Get-ADUser cmdlet to get a collection of all the user account objects from which you can get the details that you are after.
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CITmgmtNetwork AdminAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the info from each of you.  I'll be working on this project this afternoon and will update the post at that time.
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CITmgmtNetwork AdminAuthor Commented:
The application that was suggested worked and we were able to get all the information that we needed.  Thanks so much.
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