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Thursday, July 06, 2006

ADUC: Obtaining User Last Logon Time

One common request from AD\Exchange administrators is how to obtain user's last logon time. Below is a sample LDF command to export last logon time to a LDF file.

Method 1:

Open a command prompt a type the following. (Requires Windows Support Tools)
ldifde -f Exportlastlogon.ldf -s myservername -r "(objectclass=user)"

Obtain lastlogon time and subtract last 7 digits

repadmin /showtime "yourremainingnumbers"

James Chong (MVP)
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