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Get users who have changed the password in last days in a particular oou

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Hi,
I want to find out users in a  specific OU who have changed password in last days.

Its a 2008 R2 domain.

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This would do it.
Import-Module ActiveDirectory
$days = -30
Get-ADUser -filter * -property PasswordLastSet -searchBase "OU=someOU,DC=domain,DC=com" | Where { $_.PasswordLastSet -gt (Get-Date).AddDays($days) }

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Great, it gives me the whole properties of the user, is it possible only to show the First, Last & SamAccountName?

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Alight, I figured it out
Thanks, let me run one more test & then I will close it.

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Thanks a lot!
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Glad to help!
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