Getting Last Logon time for Computers in Domain as list with VBA (windows script)

Last week, I need to find how many inactive computers in our Active Directory with computers name and last logon date. I can use this info various way after gather from our Active Directory.

There are lot of scripts about it in Internet but problem is which one should I use and how to! Also I need to export those computers as a text or csv file and how to move those computers in a Organization Unit in Active directory.

So I developed this application. I can gather and move those computers

Application has some setting like you can set a Day period and set DN location in Active directory for where those computers account will moved.

Also Application has two language support, Turksih and English.

 

 

Here the app.

P.S. : Zip file password is “ete”

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  1. #1 by RF on April 27,2011 - 10:37

    Tool süper olmuş,eline sağlık abi ve aynı durumu user lar içinde eklermisin.
    Ex. : 30 gündür domaine login olmamış sefilleri görmek istiyorum mesela..

    • #2 by eTe on April 27,2011 - 10:40

      Kullanıcılar için Active Directory User and Computers ‘te mevcut, OU yada domain’de arama yaparken, gelen pencerede Find kısmında “Common Queries”, 30-180 gün arası sorgulama yapılabiliyor, fakat bu işlem bilgisayarlar için yok.

  2. #3 by RF on April 27,2011 - 10:46

    ok,saol hocam..

  3. #4 by Faruk on December 24,2012 - 16:58

    Linkden indirme yapamıyorum dosya bulunamıyor güncelleye bilirmisiniz.
    teşekkürler..

    • #5 by admin on January 02,2013 - 08:59

      Dosyayı tekrar upload ettim.

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