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Getting user reports from AD

How do I get user reports from AD? With NDS, we use an ODBC driver and get all info -- i.e., user name, login name, last login, etc. We haven't figured out how to do the same thing in AD. Help!
This sounds like a problem that would involve network management software or some sort of IDS. I'm not sure where to point you. Maybe download a few demo products and test them. Start at this Web site. I'd suggest submitting a query to that site about the type of solution you need. Make sure to provide much more detail as to what you mean by a "user report." Create a complete list of the details you want. If possible, create a report you can submit to them as an example.
This was last published in September 2003

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