Query Active Directory for Inactive User Accounts

I need to modify an existing dsquery command that I am running in order to generate AD accounts that have a Days since last logon of 180 or 6 months.  I asked a similar question to where I got to this point and can be referenced here.  I believe it is only an additional parameter to be added, but not quite sure where. I was looking at including the -inactive 24 command, but it is giving me an error:

This is the current query I'm running:

dsquery * "dc=company,dc=com" -Filter "(&(objectCategory=person)(objectClass=user)(!userAccountControl:1.2.840.113556.1.4.803:=2))" -limit 0 | dsget user -samid -upn -empid > C:\ADExport.txt

This is my previous question:

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Mike KlineCommented:
You can do something like

dsquery user -inactive 24 | dsget user -disabled -samid -empid -upn

There are other tools but I know from the last question that you can't use them.



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fireguy1125Author Commented:
Thanks again
Mike KlineCommented:
No problem glad you were able to get your reports.


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