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How do I find a list of all domain users logged into a workstation + timestamp?

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We have a client that is needing to replace several PCs. We would like to run a registry query or CMD/Powershell script that will show you a list of all domain users last logged into a specific domain workstation. From my research, all the commands show you a single last user logged on, but, I need the entire list + timestamp as we have multiple domain profiles logged into a PC.

For example, a domain PC will have about 6-8 profiles typically, if a easy view showed us that 3 out of 8 have signed in the PC within the past few months, we'll proceed backing up settings/data. If they're not logged in for a high amount of time, our plan was going to be to skip passed that profile. 
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