To use PowerShell for password never expires users identification, the Get-ADUser cmdlet has to be used. There is no exclusive cmdlet to get AD users' password never expires report. Even with this cmdlet, filters have to be used to locate the desired users.
This article compares the process of getting password never expires users using PowerShell and ADManager Plus, a completely GUI-based AD, Office 365 and Exchange management and reporting tool. It offers predefined reports for every purpose, including fetching all user accounts with password never expires set for them, which makes it the easier option among the two.
This script will list all AD domain users for whom password never expires setting is enabled. If you wish to export the report in a specific format, the script has to be modified, by adding the required format and the location to store the exported file.
Right from the report, you can enable/disable/delete user accounts, modify their attributes, reset password, modify group membership, and more, using the report's built-in management options.
In Active Directory (AD), the Get-ADUser cmdlet along with filters helps retrieve users whose passwords never expire. However, using Get-ADUser cmdlets to retrieve the users with password property set to 'password never expires' can prove to be a difficult task because:
Therefore, a better and easier way to generate AD reports is by using ADManager Plus, an Active Directory management and reporting tool. ADManager Plus is a web-based solution for all your AD, Exchange, Skype for Business, G Suite, and Office 365 management needs. It simplifies several routine tasks such as provisioning users, cleaning up dormant accounts, managing NTFS and share permissions, and more. Besides reporting, you can also build a custom workflow structure that will assist you in ticketing and compliance, automate routine AD tasks such as user provisioning and de-provisioning, and more. Download a free trial today to explore all these features.
ADManager Plus simplifies the process of AD reporting by:
For AD User Management
For AD User Reporting
For GPO Management
For Password Management
For AD Group Management
For File Access Management
For AD Computer Management
For Office 365 Management
For Exchange Management