Pull information from C:\Users from multiple machines

Hi EE

I have the script below that pulls all the Account Names located in the C:\Users directory
Can someone help me add a " catch " or some other process that if the script comes across
a machine on the list not on the network for it to output to the list .. " machine offline" ?

Or if someone has an existing script that does the same , I can test that out also .. thanks !


Get-WmiObject -ComputerName (get-content C:\PS\Machines.txt) Win32_UserProfile | % {
  $userinfo = [WMI] ($_.__Path -Replace "Win32_UserProfile", "Win32_SID")
  New-Object PsObject -Property @{
    ComputerName= $_.__Server
    Domain      = $userinfo.ReferencedDomainName
    User        = $userinfo.AccountName
    LastUsed    = $_.ConvertToDatetime($_.LastUseTime)
  }
} | export-csv -NoType C:\PS\UsersData.csv
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
Your code is extremely hard to read and 6 months from now you won't know what anything does.. It doesn't cost anything to make your code readable.. note untested code but you should get the idea.

$computers = get-content get-content C:\PS\Machines.txt
foreach ($computer in $computers)
{
    if ((test-connection -ComputerName $computer) -eq $true)
    {
    $users = Get-WmiObject -ComputerName $computer Win32_UserProfile
    foreach ($user in $users)
        {
        $userinfo = [WMI] ($user.__Path -Replace "Win32_UserProfile", "Win32_SID")
      New-Object PsObject -Property @{
        ComputerName= $computer
        Domain      = $userinfo.ReferencedDomainName
        User        = $userinfo.AccountName
        LastUsed    = $_.ConvertToDatetime($_.LastUseTime)
      }
      }
      }
      else{
      Write-Output ("Computer:{0} is Offline"-f $computer)
      }
} 
$userinfo | export-csv -NoType C:\PS\UsersData.csv  

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MilesLoganAuthor Commented:
Hi David , thank you so much for your help .
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