Citrix Login Report

I need to get a login report from Citrix/Nfuse, showing users that have zero login counts for a specified time period (last 6 months, for instance).

I'm being told by my IT dept that this data cannot be pulled directly from Citrix, and there's no way of getting this data. I'm finding this hard to believe.

Can someone tell me if this data can be pulled from Citrix? Thanks in advance!
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Carl WebsterCommented:
I know of no way to get that data from Citrix.  If they have not logged into Citrix, have they logged on at all to your AD?  If not, then the info becomes very simple to get.
isaacr25Author Commented:
Users can log on to Citrix both ways, by logging into AD first, or through a Web portal, which does require AD login.
Carl WebsterCommented:
But are you asking for users who have not logged into Citrix which also means they have not logged into AD?  Or are you asking for users who have not logged into Citrix only?
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isaacr25Author Commented:
Citrix only. To be sure I'm following you though, are you referring to Active Directory when you say AD?
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Carl WebsterCommented:
Yes AD is Active Directory
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