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Last any logon on any server

Posted on 2012-12-21
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Hello, I manage a VI infrastructure with many VMs. I'm discovering that a large amount of VMs are not unused. Therefore I would need to know the last time any sort of logon (domain or local) took place. I don't mind which user, service account or local account, interactive or not. I just need the account name and the date.
Any idea?
I've seen this: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd446680(v=ws.10).aspx but it seems to be for 2008 functional level only.
Many thanks!
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Reports like:

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Thanks a million! Very very useful tool.
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