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need assistance with a powershell or Quest AD Cmdlets script that will dump the results to a network share

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can someone provide a powershell or Quest AD CMDlets script that will retrieve the following computer related information:

"system name, OS, last time domain contact, OU"

and will dump the results to a network share with a unique file name.

many thanks.

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Try..
Get-QADComputer -SizeLimit 0 -IP lastLogon | Select Name,DnsName,OSName,OSServicePack,lastLogon,ParentContainer | Export-Csv \\Server\Folder\Report.csv -NTI

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excellent as always. thanks Subsun!
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