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Check accounts which will Expire soon

Posted on 2013-06-11
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Hello,

i need a script to run it on Active Directory to check accounts which will expire in less than one week to send for them email to contact HR or line manager to renew the accounts.

and if there is a way to send for them email automatically as a notification.

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checkk this powershell script for passwords expirting whitin defined time

earch-ADAccount -AccountExpiring -TimeSpan "365" | Select-Object Name,AccountExpirationDate | Sort-Object AccountExpirationDate | Export-Csv Expiring-Accounts.csv

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Thanks helpfinder for your reply.

Does this script will export the account which will expire within 7 days. ?
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no, this is for 365 days, just change -TimeSpan value for desired number
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thanks a lot for your fast reply.  i want to make it as a batch file to just run it once every 7 days.
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I tried to run the script but it show for me an error message in attachment
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I found another script on the internet but it is not working can any body help me to modify it to check the expired account within 7 days.

dsquery * "ou=recipients,ou=exchange,dc=contoso,dc=com" -r -limit 999999 -filter " (&(objectCategory=Person)(objectClass=User)(!accountExpires=9223372036854775807)(!accountExpires=0)(accountExpires<=128947832000000000))"  -attr sAMAccountname displayName > expired.txt

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http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/Batch-file-to-fine-expired-ddb246d3
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