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getting password expiration date for FGPP

Last Modified: 2015-05-01
All staff passwords are controlled by FGPP and we have set the system up to warn the users when their passwords are about to expire (10) days in advance). But staff tend to ignore that and we end up getting calls about their accounts not working. We end up wasting time check on if their account is locked and etc,,,

I see that powershell can give us the real password expiration date from FGPP. I'm not a powershell expert and most of the scripts I see online can only return 1 user at a time. Is there a script out that can return a list of users and their password expiration date?
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