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    Cleaning up AD, computer last logged on?

    I'm just going through and deleting machines from AD but its quite hard to guess which computers are now redundant.

    Is there any tool that will help with this?

    I used Dovestone last user logon for the users and it worked great. Is there any similar software for Computers?

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    Thanks, I used oldcmp and it worked.

    But I just found out Dovestone last users does computers as well!

    Just select objects to query >> computers and it shows all the last logons for those computers.

    I now have a clean active directory!



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