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Find Current Users using PowerShell

Similar to having to help discover the current workstations in the environment in my previous post, I also helped myself (along with my customer) in generating the list of current users as well for the migration.

Again the variables I needed to consider are that the account has logged in within 3 months from today’s date along with being an enabled account. The command I used to achieve this is:

Get-ADUser -Properties * -Filter * | where {$_.LastLogonDate -gt (get-date).addmonths(-3) -AND $_.enabled -eq “True”} | select -Property Name,SamAccountName,Enabled,LastLogonDate | sort-object Name | Export-Csv C:\Lists\Users.csv -NoTypeInformation

Enjoy (again)

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