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Powershell / Quest cmdlet script that will output the following: sam, displayname, ("Status" disabled / or enabled), (has mailbox / or does not have mailbox), 90 days since lastlogon,  parentcontainer

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Powershell / Quest cmdlet script that will output the following:

sam, displayname, ("Status" disabled / or enabled), (has mailbox / or does not have mailbox), 90 days since lastlogon,  parentcontainer
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by:Jason Watkins
ID: 39630487
Sorry, but what is the question? This should get you started...

Import-Module ActiveDirectory
Get-Content -Path \\Path\to\FileOfUsers.txt | foreach-object { Get-ADUser -Identity $_ | Select Name, SamAccountName | Get-Mailbox | Get-ADUserLastLogon }
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by:mjm21
ID: 39630876
I will test now....how about if user is disabled or enabled?
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by:Jason Watkins
ID: 39630886
Should work either way if the user is disabled or not.
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by:mjm21
ID: 39631238
Looks like I have to provide a list of users for this to work correct?  Why cant it just check all of AD and output the results to a CSV file?
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by:Jason Watkins
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The list of users is so you don't bombard your DCs with a huge query. How many people are we talking about?
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by:mjm21
ID: 39631261
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by:mjm21
ID: 39631333
Is this script pulling sam account names?
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by:mjm21
ID: 39631411
The term 'Get-ADUserLastLogon' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable
program. Check the spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify that the path is correct and try a
gain.
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by:elchermans
ID: 39631623
Get-ADUser -LastLogon
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by:mjm21
ID: 39631791
The term 'Get-ADUser-LastLogon' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script f
ile, or operable program. Check the spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify t
hat the path is correct and try again.
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by:elchermans
ID: 39631849
Are you leaving a space between Get-ADUser and -LastLogon?

make sure you run "Import-Module ActiveDirectory" otherwise it wont recognize AD cmdlets
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mjm21 earned 0 total points
ID: 39631887
The script was not working.  Thanks anyway.

Used this one:  get-qaduser –sizelimit 10 IncludeAllProperties | select samaccountname,displayname,accountisdisabled,lastlogon,dn,parentcontainerdn,homemdb,msexchhomeservername | export-csv c:\test\userinfo1.csv -notype
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by:mjm21
ID: 39644053
The script that I put together did the job as good as I need it.
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