exchange 2013 track down online mode and cached mode users possibly powershell

Dear site I am looking for a solution to grab and track down users who are in cached mode and those who are in online mode when they logon. Unfortunately Microsoft removed the get-logonstatistic command which was really great in exchange 2013. The only other option I know is log parser studio GUI which is not going well. I used the log parser command line and grabbed a command for grabbing data to input into a file. This worked perfectly. Does anyone have a solution. I have users in 3 DAGS that I need to capture. Also, does anyone have a powershell solution
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AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
Log parser is the right option in 2013. As CAS role is completely change in 2013 that is the reason most of the 2010 are not present in 2013. As 2013 CAS is just a proxy server. 2016 even CAS role is gone. So you might not see lot of 2013 commands too.

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techdriveAuthor Commented:
Amit,


I was looking for something like this. Now that I have found this I need to find a way to extract this in a csv


LogParser.exe “SELECT client-software,client-software-version,client-mode,count(*) FROM ‘\\path\c$\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\Logging\RPC Client Access\RCA_*.LOG’ group by client-software,client-software-version,client-mode” –

nSkipLines:4 -i:CSV -rtp:-1
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