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Posted on 2014-04-29
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We are using windows Server 2003 Active Directory, and under Active directory User and Computers is there a way to add a view column to show the users last login attempt?
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The mmc vies allows you to add available columns to the view. If the column you requested i not in the list of available columns which you can add to the view, there is no way to add it to the default view of the MMC.
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Found 3rd party software ADManager Plus does the reports I need plus more.
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The only comment I got was no help, just stating that if it is there here is where it would be. We already knew this, and was looking for a solution.
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