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PSEXEC:  Obtaining Last Login

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Hi, what is the syntax in PSEXEC for looking at last log in times for a system?  Much thanks!
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Im not sure about psexec but you can use PSLOGGEDON.exe

psloggedon.exe \\computername

and

psloggedon.exe \\computername -l

for local logins.
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Fantastic!  Thank you!
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