Old computer accounts in windows 2008 active directory

I need a script to find and disable computer accounts which are 90 days of no activity in active directory
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mahmoud_2008Asked:
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helpfinderIT ConsultantCommented:
For finding such a computers use this command:
dsquery computer –inactive 12 > c:\admin\computer90day.txt

and for disable this one should be working
    dsquery computer –inactive 12 | dsmod computer –disabled yes
mahmoud_2008Author Commented:
Thanks, I checked the first command and it works fine.
for the second command, is it possible to run it against a single OU?
if yes what is the command for that
helpfinderIT ConsultantCommented:
does not work just select all computers in your desired OU (ctrl+a) and right click where Disable account should be possible?
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mahmoud_2008Author Commented:
in this case can I move these computers (90 days inactive) to an OU named: disabled_computers, then I can do the above procedure
helpfinderIT ConsultantCommented:
yes, should be possible.
I found also script on Technet which find inactive computers, disable them and move to separate OU

http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/adaf5be6-b266-4263-8d09-cad20ce8d5ef

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mahmoud_2008Author Commented:
Thanks a lot for your help
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