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Jun
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comment Check if user password input is valid in Powershell script
This is exactly what I am looking for. Thanks!
Jun
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accepted Check if user password input is valid in Powershell script
Jun
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asked Check if user password input is valid in Powershell script
May
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comment Powershell script to find if a user has logged in since last reboot
That is exactly what I needed. Thanks!
May
26
accepted Powershell script to find if a user has logged in since last reboot
May
26
comment Powershell script to find if a user has logged in since last reboot
@Zypher - Any user. We mainly need to know if someone has logged on locally to the machine. I've tried looking in the win32_NetworkLoginProfile WMI object, but the LastLogon property doesn't hold the correct time.
May
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asked Powershell script to find if a user has logged in since last reboot
May
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awarded  Notable Question
Feb
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Dec
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awarded  Revival
Dec
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comment Event Log “Wake Source” when system wakes from sleep
While it does give more than just a code, the information is not anything I don't already know. Thanks though
Dec
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asked Event Log “Wake Source” when system wakes from sleep
Nov
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answered SCCM app install method
Oct
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accepted Windows 7: Install Type 1 fonts via command line
Oct
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answered Windows 7: Install Type 1 fonts via command line
Oct
27
comment Windows 7: Delprof replacement for deleting profiles
The real answer is "use WMI" to delete it. I even found a powershell way to do that here: stackoverflow.com/questions/3755741/… I tested this and it works, though now I need to write something up to delete users on a remote machine.
Oct
27
accepted Windows 7: Delprof replacement for deleting profiles
Oct
27
comment Windows 7: Delprof replacement for deleting profiles
I've seen this and can attest to the mixed results of it. One of the main issues is that we don't have an automatic restart policy which seems to be the trigger for the wipe.