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    This morning we raised our domain and forest functional levels to Windows 2003. We'd like to take advantange of the improved lastLogonTimestamp feature of being able, apparently, to get the very latest login info for a user, regardless of which DC he logged into. In the past, we've used Hyena to display this info either by user (right-clicking) or choosing to display the Details of all users and exporting this info to a .CSV file for massaging. Is there any way to display this new feature in Hyena?

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    Re: lastLogonTimestamp in Windows 2003

    If it isn't already listed as an attribute, you can add it under File->Manage Object View->AD Queries.

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      Re: lastLogonTimestamp in Windows 2003

      Thanks for the help. I checked my configuration and I have been displaying the attribute all along. I've been doing some reading on the Microsoft site and found that the lastLogonTimestamp attribute only replicated every 14 days and the attribute still appears to be displayed by server as it was before. I'm going to go off and see if I can find a way to crunch all the lastLogonTimestamp attributes for each user into one nice report for mgmnt consumption.

      Thanks again!

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        Re: lastLogonTimestamp in Windows 2003

        I exported information for accounts that have never been used or not used in a long time. I sorted by the lastlogon time stamp. What is the difference between '(None)' and null?

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          Re: lastLogonTimestamp in Windows 2003

          If I remember correctly, (None) indicates a 0 value in that field. I'm not sure what causes Windows to put a 0 versus leaving it a blank value.

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