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Active Directory 2003 -- “MemberOf” INATIVE report ?

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What software do you recommend that will print out
something like the below “MemberOf” details on all my
INACTIVE ActiveDirectory 2003 users so I can then delete them ?

John Doe
  ** PSAC1
  ** PSAP2

Bob Smith
  ** PSAC1
  ** PSAP2
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dsquery -name "John Doe" | dsget -memberof
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Hello

you can have a list of all inactive users by using
Search-ADAccount -AccountInactive -UsersOnly -TimeSpan 30.00:00:00

then you can disable this users.

Dan
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