Using the AD Powershell cmdlets to find inactive accounts


# Find inactive user accounts

$now = Get-Date
$old = $now.AddDays(-90)
Get-ADUser -Filter * -Properties lastlogondate `
| ? {($_.enabled -eq $true) -and ($_.lastlogondate -le $old)} `
| select samaccountname, lastlogondate `
| Export-Csv .\inactive_users.csv -NoTypeInformation

# Find inactive computer accounts

$now = Get-Date
$old = $now.AddDays(-90)
Get-ADComputer -Filter * -Properties lastlogondate `
| ? {($_.enabled -eq $true) -and ($_.lastlogondate -le $old)} `
| select name, lastlogondate `
| Export-Csv .\inactive_computers.csv -NoTypeInformation
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