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nikolas.e

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Hi all. ESET support upgraded our Eset Remote Administrator Console today with the latest version. It detected most of our clients systems and servers in ad. few clients show that are unmanageable though and I know that many of this computers do not exist anymore in the network.

Is there a way or command to run and detect last communication of computers with in the domain? I need to find out which computers do not exist anymore in the network so I can safely ignore them.


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Hi,

the old school variant would be
Code:

dsquery computer -inactive 10

where the time span is in weeks.

In PowerShell, this translates to
Code:

Search-ADAccount -AccountInactive -ComputersOnly -TimeSpan 70.00:00:00


Enjoy!

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Michael Pietrzak

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I use this tool that gives a great deal of useful information into your AD environment. The free version if very full featured and the pay for version has more stuff.

You'd probably be fine with the free version. I liked it so much and shared it with so many other administrators, our campus purchased a site license.

Should give you all the info you need!

http://www.cjwdev.com/Software/ADReportingTool/Info.html

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nikolas.e

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Thank you guys. I run the command through ms-dos and was able to detect which computers haven't communicate with the server. I just changed the number to 30 weeks [smile]
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