How can I get a .csv file for all active windows XP machines listed in my active directory on Server 2003?

I need to find all active windows xp machines on our network so I can upgrade them to Windows 7, but because we just started our asset database the old machines are not in the list.

I need to be able to use a command to take all the active machines on the network and then export them to a .csv so I can have a list.

Any help would be great!
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lruiz52Commented:
Here you go, the powershell script you find in the article below will do exactly what you are asking for. I used it and worked great for me.

http://blogs.technet.com/b/ashleymcglone/archive/2014/01/30/use-powershell-to-find-windows-xp-computers-still-alive-in-your-active-directory-domain.aspx
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