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Computer and User infomation from Active Directory into SQL Server

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Hello,

I am trying to get all the Computer information from Active Directory and save them in SQL Server database.

The information to pull from AD are as below
computerName
Organization Unit
Manufacturer
Model
Serial Number
RAM
Processor
Speed
Last user who logged in
Last Login time
Last Logout Time

Please help me accomplish this task.

Thank you
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