get-adcomputer syntax assistance

I want to run the get-adcomputer report - as described here:

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/12056.active-directory-get-adcomputer-default-and-extended-properties.aspx 

Can anyone help me develop the command to syntax to list all properties/fields for all ad computers, and also write the report out to a CSV file. I am new to such cmdlets.
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Qlemo"Batchelor", Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
This is not useful. Restrict yourself to interesting attributes! But if you need to:
Get-ADComputer -ResultSize unrestricted -Filter * -Properties * |
  export-csv -NoType C:\Temp\EE\ADComputer.Txt

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Subash SundharanIT Infrastructure Architect Commented:
If you need all properties then
Get-ADComputer -Filter * -Properties * | Export-csv  C:\report.csv -nti

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Or you can slo select specific properties..
Get-ADComputer -Filter * -Properties * | Select Name,DNSHostName,IPv4Address  | Export-csv  C:\report.csv -nti

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pma111Author Commented:
Thanks both - is there any specific attribute that would give clues as to whether a specific wokrstation is being used? Can you provide any tips what field you would use to try and root out stale machines that have perhaps been recycled and not removed from AD..?
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pma111Author Commented:
If you dont add " -ResultSize unrestricted " to the command, does powershell stop at a specific number of results? if so what is that value? i.e. how many records will it return?
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Subash SundharanIT Infrastructure Architect Commented:
There is no -ResultSize parameter for Get-ADComputer command, Get-ADComputer -Filter * should return all computer objects.

There is no property in AD computer object to tell you whether the computer is being used. You can use LastLogonDate, to find when the last time computer logged in to AD.

Another option to find inactive accounts is to use Search-ADAccount. For example, To find all computer accounts that have been inactive for the last 90 days
Search-ADAccount -ComputersOnly -AccountInactive -TimeSpan 90

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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
Thanks both - is there any specific attribute that would give clues as to whether a specific wokrstation is being used

You can use the attributes Enabled, LastLogonDate or LastLogonTimeStamp to get info on this machine and if it is actually being used.

If you dont add " -ResultSize unrestricted "

ResultSize is not part of this cmdlet for get-adcomputer. So it will return all of the computers that is finds in Active Directory.

Will.
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