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AD 2008  - R2 User Logon Count = 0, but lastlogontimestamp is recent

Posted on 2014-09-25
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We have 3 DC's in a single domain.

Using Dovestone's True Last Logon application, I searched all DC's for "stale" accounts.

Almost every account displays a Last Authenticated DC entry of one of the DC's,

Of these, there are  accounts that have a logonCount = 0, or blank, and a recent lastLogonTimestamp

A few of those have lastlogon dates up to a year prior.

I'm trying to understand how an account can have a Last Authenticated DC entry, a 0 (or blank) logon count, but have a recent lastLogonTimestamp?
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Replication is one possible answer. lastLogonTimeStamp is replicated between DCs, but logonCount is not (it's specific to each DC).

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