Hola fellow Kaseyains,
I am sharing another simple script I have created that monitors and stores all "Active" users in your AD environments. This new procedure runs a dsquery against the AD services and pulls a list of all active users and their email addresses in to the "GetFile" area inside of Kaseya and LC. You can then assign a Alarm monitor that will monitor file for changes and alert you if changes take place (adding / subtracting / disabling / enabling).
I have place up the instructions and a zip file of the XML to import up on Squidworks.net at http://www.squidworks.net/2012/03/kaseya-agent-procedure-check-active-directory-for-active-user-changes/
hello cubert, what determines if the user is active?
If you read the script, it simply lists all user accounts in AD that aren't disabled. So, active = enabled, thats all. If you expected active to mean "logged into within x days", that's not what this does.
This is great and I use it, but I would love to be able to filter out select users but that might be a pain in the *** to implement on all the sites with the 100 different accounts I want to filter.
Also I wish this was a excel sheet but since it is run on 2003 servers i have not seen that option.
hi do you have a scipt in creating an AD user that includes the user profile? (firstname, lastname, middlename, log on id, organization etc)