Powershell Command - Login/logout Report

i am trying to get the information of login time stamps for one user that left the company. ( Active Directory 2008 R2)

Computer Name - Username - Date -
XYZComputer      - User1         - 11/1/14
XYZComputer      - User1         - 11/11/14
XYZComputer      - User1         - 11/14/14
XYZComputer      - User1         - 11/21/14
XYZComputer      - User1         - 11/22/14

and export a CSV
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Jorge OcampoAsked:
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NVITCommented:
I haven't tested this:

Open a CMD prompt

powershell

import-module Active Directory

Get-ADUser -identity user1 -Properties "LastLogonDate" | Export-Csv .\output.csv

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Jorge OcampoAuthor Commented:
on the right track but i would like 30 days minmum of logins with the computer he loged in to
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Rob StoneCommented:
You will need to query the Security Event Log on the computer in question, not AD.

Something like this script will probably do the trick:
https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/Log-Parser-to-Identify-8aac36bd
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Jorge OcampoAuthor Commented:
the script doesnt list -identity do you see it?
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Rob StoneCommented:
No it doesn't, but with the power of Excel it's quite easy to put a filter on and get the info you need.

The output display's like this:
Type: Logoff                 Date:  01/12/2014 19:49:34      Status: Success User:  UserA
Type: Local Logon       Date:  01/12/2014 19:44:52      Status: Success User:  DWM-1
Type: Local Logon       Date:  01/12/2014 19:44:52      Status: Success User:  DWM-1

Excel > Copy the output into the cell and use Text to Columns with a fixed column width or maybe tab.

Or, you can do a bit of research on the event logs in the security log yourself and tweak this one liner to see if it returns the output:

Get-EventLog Security |? Message -match "domain\user" |? {$_.Eventid -eq "4625" -or $_.Eventid -eq "4647
"}
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NVITCommented:
Jorge,

I glad it worked out for you.
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