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comment Windows 7: Delprof replacement for deleting profiles
I'll have to give that a try and see what happens. Thanks for the tool.
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comment Check if user password input is valid in Powershell script
This is exactly what I am looking for. Thanks!
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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!
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accepted Powershell script to find if a user has logged in since last reboot
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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.
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asked Powershell script to find if a user has logged in since last reboot
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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
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accepted Windows 7: Install Type 1 fonts via command line
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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.