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Many a time, Active Directory administrators find it difficult to decipher the exact true last logon time of users. In most cases, multiple domain controllers are present in a domain, each of them containing a different last logon value. With each domain controller showing different logon details for the same user account, figuring out which one is the true last logon time becomes complicated. Native AD tools and PowerShell only add to the already huge list of complexities.
Without synchronization of login data between domain controllers, it's quite tedious to retrieve users' correct last logon values from the domain controller that most recently authenticated users' latest logons. Therefore, there is a compelling need for an effective AD management and reporting tool that can provide a report listing users' last AD logon. This is exactly when, the Real Last Logon report from ADManager Plus comes in handy.
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The Real Last Logon report from ADManager Plus fetches the last login details of AD users in a Windows network. This information is retrieved by querying all the configured domain controllers in a given domain. This offers greater reliability of the user logon details by ensuring accurate user login data.
The Real Last Logon report is surely an advantage for administrators, who can easily retrieve the most recent last login value of all users in their organization's Active Directory infrastructure. Administrators can either generate Real Last Logon reports for individual users in AD or for specific domains, groups, or organizational units.
When you generate the Real Last Logon report, the default attributes, namely display name, SAM account name, and last logon time will be displayed. However, ADManager Plus comes with built-in options to customize the attributes that need to be displayed along with the last logon details. You can simply add customized attributes from extended schema to desired reports by supplying details like display name, the attribute's LDAP name, data type, etc. Add custom attributes using the add/remove columns option in the Real Last Logon report.
Active Directory administrators can perform various actions based on users' last logon values. Users can be easily disabled, deleted, or enabled from the generated report. You can reset passwords; unlock user accounts; move users; and modify profile attributes, inheritable permissions, group attributes, etc., all right from the generated Real Last Logon report. Start a free trial of this Active Directory reporting tool to try these report-based management features.
The Active Directory Real Last Logon Report plays an important role in Active Directory clean up. From the results displayed in the Real Last Logon report, administrators can identify unused or obsolete user accounts. Stale and inactive user accounts are determined based on the true last logon time of users. Administrators can then isolate these accounts by moving them to separate OUs or simply delete or disable them. This is a regular security routine followed to avoid any unforeseen security threat as a result of their existence. To learn more about the AD clean up, visit our page on Active Directory clean up.
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