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Is there anyway to get a report from Active Directory of all user accounts, listing the following fields

1.Account name
2.Last login date
3.Password expires (yes/no)
4.Password last set date
5.Account status (i.e. open, locked/expired, disabled)

Ideally written into a text file, or csv etc.
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by:Zenvenky
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I think this can can accomplished by powershell. I found one powershell script in Technet which gives you last logon info about user.

http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/Get-Active-Directory-User-bbcdd771
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Use the following command below to accomplish this...

Export to CSV
Get-ADUser -Filter * -Properties * | Select sAMAccountName, LastLogonDate, PasswordExpired, PasswordLastSet, Enabled | Export-csv "c:\exportedusers.csv"

Export to txt
Get-ADUser -Filter * -Properties * | Select sAMAccountName, LastLogonDate, PasswordExpired, PasswordLastSet, Enabled | out-file "c:\exportedusers.txt"

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Will - in what tool do you run that command?
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by:Will Szymkowski
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This is a Powershell Script. Also make sure that you run the below command before it will work...

Import-Module activedirectory

Then run the above commands.

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by:pma111
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do you have to run that on the domain controller? When you run

Import-Module activedirectory

Where are you importing it from? Do you need to install anything first?
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by:Zenvenky
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Yes, you need to install Powershell if you have Server 2003. If you have Server 2008 and above versions then by default Powershell installed. However you need to one more feature to install / import AD modules, check this links..

AD Modules
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