PowerShell: Get-ADComputer to retrieve computer last logon …
36 thoughts on “ PowerShell: Get-ADComputer to retrieve computer last logon date – part 1 ” Ryan 18th June 2014 at 1:42 am. I Know this article is a little old but thought its worth noting when running commands like that against all computers in the domain it would really be best to put -Properties LastLogonDate rather than -Properties *.
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Powershell The last logon user in the remote computer …
You don't get logged-on user from Get-ADComputer. You need to parse the computer's security log, or log something with logon script to gather this info. You need to parse the computer's security log, or log something with logon script to gather this info.
Get-ADComputer – docs.microsoft.com
The Get-ADComputer cmdlet gets a computer or performs a search to retrieve multiple computers. The Identity parameter specifies the Active Directory computer to retrieve. You can identify a computer by its distinguished name, GUID, security identifier (SID) or Security Accounts Manager (SAM) account name.
Get-ADComputer (activedirectory) | Microsoft Docs
Microsoft.ActiveDirectory.Management.ADComputer. Returns one or more computer objects. This Get-ADComputer cmdlet returns a default set of ADComputer property values. To retrieve additional ADComputer properties, use the Properties parameter of this cmdlet. To view the properties for an ADComputer object, see the following examples.