active directory deleted objects

Hello everyone I have a question ...
I'm now in the organization. I have a lot of computer users. Lists DNS
They are not used for a long time
Is it possible to create script deletes these objects
if A user named X Not signed three months to system . erase !   automagically user  and computer includes a list of DNS
Possible ?
thanks din !~
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Joseph MoodyBlogger and wearer of all hats.Commented:
It sounds like you are wanting to delete the dns records for unused computers. If you are running DNS with Active Directory, you can enable ageing. Here is a link:

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dinoosAuthor Commented:
What about the users?
Joseph MoodyBlogger and wearer of all hats.Commented:
If you want to delete stale computers or users from AD, you can use several tools. Oldcmp is popular. PowerShell can do this as well. I use this script:
dinoosAuthor Commented:
Quick and accurate!
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