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A lot of administrators often ask in the community, “How can I export Office users’ last-logon-time using PowerShell?”. Getting the last-logon-date/time of O user is a vital task to track the user’s last logon activity, find Inactive users and remove their licenses. The last-logon-time shows the time a user last accessed their mailbox using Outlook, WebMail, or their mobile phone.

 

Export Office User Last Logon Time Using PowerShell

To find inactive users in Office , you can use either Exchange admin center or Get-MailboxStatistics PowerShell cmdlet. In both ways, you can’t export or use it to filter result based on Inactive days and mailbox type.

To ease your work, we have created PowerShell script to export last logon time with most required attributes like Inactive days, mailbox type, license details,creation time, administrative roles, etc.

 

Script Highlights:
  1. Single script allows you to generate 5 different last login reports.
  2. The script can be executed with MFA enabled account too.
  3. You can generate report based on inactive days.
  4. Result can be filtered based on user / all mailbox type.
  5. Result can be filtered to lists never logged in mailbox alone.
  6. Export results to CSV file.
  7. Shows result with user’s administrative roles in O environment.
  8. The assigned licenses column will show you the user-friendly-name like &#;Office Enterprise E3&#; rather than &#;ENTERPRISEPACK&#;.

 

Download Script: LastLogonTimeReport

 

Office Last Logon Report &#; Sample Output:

The script exports Office users&#; last-logon-date to CSV with the following attributes: User Principal Name, Display Name, Last Logon Time,Creation Time, Inactive Days, Mailbox Type, Assigned Licenses (Friendly Name), Admin Roles.

Export office users last logon time to CSV

 

Script Execution:

The script designed to support both MFA enabled account and non-MFA account. You can choose any one of the below methods based on the account type.

How to: Export &#;Office last login report&#;:

To export last logon time of Office users with non-MFA account, run the script as follows.

./LastLogonTimeReport.ps1

 

How to: Export &#;Office last logon report&#; with MFA account:

To execute script with MFA enabled account, you need to mention -MFA switch during script execution.

./LastLogonTimeReport.ps1-MFA

To Connect Exchange Online PowerShell, you need to install Exchange Online PowerShell module.

 

Unlock the Full Potential Of &#;Office Last Logon Time Report&#; Script:

Below are a few use-cases for &#;Export Office last logon time report&#; script. I’m sure you would find many. Please leave them in the comments below to help other Admins.

Apart from last login report, you can track users&#; activity by users login history report.

 

Export Inactive Users Report using PowerShell

To get Inactive mailboxes, you can use -InactiveDays param which will returns mailboxes that are inactive for given days. Using this param, you can get a list of users who haven&#;t logged in for over &#;N&#; days

             ./LastLogonTimeReport.ps1-InactiveDays50

The above script exports Office users who are not logged in the past 50 days.

 

Export Office User Mailbox Last Logon Time to CSV

Often you are in the situation to get last logon time for only user mailboxes and eliminates other types like shared mailbox, room mailbox. In that case, you can use -UserMailboxOnly param which will return user mailboxes alone in the results.

             ./LastLogonTimeReport.ps1-UserMailboxOnly

The above script exports all user mailboxes with their last login time to CSV.

 

Export Never-Logged-In Mailbox using PowerShell

To export never logged in mailbox report, run the script with -NeverLoggedInMB switch. Using this report, you can identify idle/unused mailboxes and proceed for license reconciliation. Hence you end up saving more licenses.

            ./LastLogonTimeReport.ps1-ReturnNeverLoggedInMB

 

Export All Office Mailbox to CSV

You can export all Office Mailboxes with most useful attributes like assigned license, admin roles, Last logon time, creation time etc. To export Office Mailbox report, execute the script as follows

./LastLogonTimeReport.ps1

 

Export Inactive User mailboxes in Office to CSV

Multiple filters can be used together to get more granular report. For example, you can generate a list of user mailboxes who are inactive for the past 50 days.

            ./LastLogonTimeReport.ps1-InactiveDaysUserMailboxOnly

 

Office Admin Login Report using PowerShell:

Since the exported report contains admin roles, you can find Office admins&#; last login time. To find inactive admins, open the report with Excel and filter based on your desired role from the ‘Roles’ column.

 

Beginners Guide to Execute PowerShell Script:

Prerequisites:
  • Windows PowerShell needs to be configured to run scripts, and by default, it isn&#;t. You need to configure this setting only once on your computer, not every time you connect.
            Set-ExecutionPolicyRemoteSigned
 Steps to execute script:
  1. To run script, navigate to script location and execute ./LastLogonTimeReport.ps1. The script can be executed with/without parameters. To run with parameters, refer use-cases. Once you hit enter, you will be prompted to provide your Office admin credentials.                                                                Windows PowerShell credential prompt
  2. It will take some time depends on the number of mailboxes in your environment. After script execution, it will ask whether to open the output file.Office Last logon time report

 

How can I Schedule this script?

You can schedule this script in task scheduler by explicitly mentioning the credential.

<Script Location>\LastLogonTimeReport.ps1-UserName<UserName>-Password<Password>-UserMailboxOnly

To know more about scheduling Powershell script, refer our blog: Schedule PowerShell script using Task Scheduler.

 

Note:

As LastLogonTime attribute also updated by some background tasks like Mailbox Assistant, this report(LastLogonTime retrieved from Get-MailboxStatistics) might give inaccurate data. If you want to get users&#; last logon time based on &#;real&#; user&#;s last activity, you can refer Export Office Users Real Last Logon Time Report to CSV blog.

 

Get More Detailed Users’ Last Activity Date Report:

If you want to know inactive users based on their,

  • last logon time
  • last activity time
  • last mail read
  • last mail sent
  • last mail received date
  • Exchange Inactive users
  • Teams inactive users based on last team activity date
  • SharePoint inactive users based on the SharePoint activity
  • OneDrive inactive users
  • Skype inactive users
  • Yammer inactive users

you can take a look at AdminDroid Microsoft reporting and auditing tool.

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Besides, AdminDroid provides over + reports and a handful of dashboards completely for free. It includes reports on Users, Licenses, Groups, Group Members, Devices, Login Activities, Password Changes, License Changes, and more. The free edition doesn’t have any restrictions in reporting functionalities such as customization, scheduling, and exporting. For your Azure AD reporting and auditing needs, you can download Free Office  reporting tool by AdminDroid and see how it works for you.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where do i find inactive users in office ?

Under User Reports, select Office Users. To identify the Office users who have not logged on to Office during a specified time period: Click Office Click Reports in the left pane. Under Reports, click User Reports. Under User Reports, select Inactive Users.

How to report a license in office ?

Office License Reports (7 reports): 1 All Licensed Users 2 Licenses can be Regained 3 Users by Subscription Assigned 4 Detailed License Provisioning Report 5 Unlicensed Users 6 Users with Free Subscription 7 Users with Trial Subscription

How to remove a user from office ?

Login to the Microsoft admin center. In the Microsoft admin center, select Users > Active Users > Click on the users Display name you want to sign out of apps and sessions https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/office/admin/add-users/remove-former-employee?view=oworldwide#block-a-former-employees-access-to-officedata

How do i sign out of microsoft office ?

In the Microsoft admin center, select Users > Active Users > Click on the users Display name you want to sign out of apps and sessions. For the old admin center: Click OneDrive Settings and click Initiate next to Sign-Out. For the new admin center: click Initiate Sign-out.

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Inactive Exchange Users report

Inactive Exchange users are those who have not logged in to the user mailboxes for a specified period of time through any mode of access, be it Outlook or ActiveSync-enabled mobile devices. Identifying and removing these stale user accounts is paramount to ensure effective licence management and a secure Microsoft environment.

Inactive user accounts still consume licenses and add to the overhead of purchasing new licenses for newly added users. They are also an access point for malicious activities. By identifying and removing inactive user accounts, you can reassign the licenses to other user accounts, eliminating overhead and blocking intruders.

Using M Manager Plus, you can get a list of the inactive Exchange Online users in your organization with details such as last logon time, days since last logon, and more in a single click.

The inactive Exchange users report has the following details:

  • Display name
  • Email
  • Alias
  • User principal name
  • Recipient type
  • Object ID
  • Distinguished name
  • Legacy DN
  • Server name
  • Database name
  • GUID

You can export the report to PDF, XLS, CSV, and HTML formats. You can even automate this reporting task by scheduling the report to be mailed to you in the desired format. You can make use of the built-in filters to retrieve the required data. For example, you can filter users based on their days since last logon, display name, recipient type, and more.

Sours: https://www.manageengine.com/microsoftmanagement-reporting/microsoftinactive-exchange-users-report.html

Find Inactive Users in Office

Office now includes some rudimentary reports, including one that tells you how many Inactive mailboxes you have in your tenant.

A mailbox is considered inactive by Microsoft if a user has not logged in for more than 30 days.

Inactive Mailbox Report in Office

Inactive Mailbox Report in Office

As you can see in the chart above, there are 23 mailboxes in my tenant that have not been logged into in the past days. That&#;s great Microsoft, but which 23 people!?

Obviously, our Office reporting software can show you this information in much more detail at the click of a button, but we&#;ll also show you a couple more ways to find this information out on your own.

Get-StaleMailboxDetailReport cmdlet

If you&#;re using the new version of Office you can use the Get-StaleMailboxDetailReport which will list out the users who have not logged in for at least 30 days.

To run this cmdlet, first connect to Office using PowerShell as an administrator by copying and pasting these cmdlets into PowerShell.


Then run the Get-StaleMailboxDetailReport cmdlet to show you a list of users who have not logged in. This information is also available from the Microsoft Office Reporting web service.

Getting all users Last Logon Times

We have developed a PowerShell script that will connect to Office and export a list of all your users last logon times to a CSV file. This allows you to manage the data in Microsoft Excel to get a more detailed overview of who is using Office

Click below to get more information about our script:
Office last logon date PowerShell script

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Users 365 inactive office

Most blogs regarding the retrieval of inactive users are using the mailbox statistics to get the last logon time. Retrieving the mailbox statistics is a fast solution but it will not retrieve users that don’t have a mailbox like admin accounts or external accounts. This script will retrieve the audit data for each user and it tries to find successful and failed logons. There is a limit for 50k results querying the audit log but most of the times a user doesn’t reach 50k of logons and it means the user is still very active if it does. It will take around seconds per user so it can take some time for large organizations. As always with my scripts I’ll generate a HTML file with the results. The HTML file includes two lists:

  • List of all Inactive users
  • List of all active users

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Note 1: that you will need the Office and the latest Exchange Online modules which the script will verify. Also verify that auditing is enabled for you Office tenant at https://protection.office.com/unifiedauditlog!

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You cannot use this script directly after activating because you need to give the log some time to gather the data.

Note 2: The latest Exchange Online module created a timeout after 60 minutes which means that after around users the script will time out. I&#;ve used sections of the script from https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Exchange/minutes-timeout-on-MFA-Session/m-p/ to counter this issue as it will renew the connection every users using the cached credentials.

Creating the inactive users overview

PowerShell Gallery

The PowerShell Gallery is a perfect solution to store your own scripts which you use on a regular basis where other people can also use them. The script can be found at  https://www.powershellgallery.com/packages/get-OInactiveUsers. I always recommend reading the code first as this is a script from the internet which can be found after clicking on “Show” at “FileList”. You can also copy the script and edit it to suit your needs.

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Installing the script

You can install the script using the below command

Install-Script -Name get-OInactiveUsers

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Press Y if you want to install the script from the PSGallery.

Running the script

An example has been provided in the script info section where we will be using this same example.

Run the following command in PowerShell

Get-OInactiveUsers.ps1 -LogPath &#;C:\Install&#; -days 90 -AdminUPN &#;[email protected]<tenant>.onmicrosoft.com&#;

First you need to authenticate to Office and then you will need to authenticate to Exchange Online

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It will show you how many users are present and then an entry for each user so you can keep track on how long it will take

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It will show you when finished and it will open the .HTML file automatically

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It will also list the active users and their last timestamp and action

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Please let me know if you want to see more information that should be valid for an inactive users overview report in the comment section and I’ll add this to the PowerShell Gallery script. Please also let me know if you edited the script yourself and what you added or removed as I can learn from you in making this overview better.

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Managing mailboxes in Office 365 Exchange

Getting Inactive Users in Office with PowerShell

One of the biggest problems we encounter when managing any platform is the control of inactive users.

This problem is aggravated in Office, since between the users who stop using and the guest users we end up having the Azure AD badly managed. In addition, we are faced with the Office Security Directives, which require us to monitor users who have not logged in for the last 30 to 90 days.

To obtain these users we will follow the following steps:

1. Modify the PowerShell Script

We start with the PowerShell Script Modification.

https://github.com/OfficeDev/OInvestigationTooling/blob/master/InactiveUsersLast90Days.ps1

This script takes us to the directive to create a CSV file with the &#;UserPrincipalName&#; of the users to generate a report.

2. Executing the Script

For the execution of this Script, we have to pay attention to which points we have to modify to put the account of a Tenant&#;s Manager.

#Set admin UPN $UPN = '[email protected]'

In the variable $UPN (UserPrincipalName) we will have to put the login of a Tenant&#;s administrator. This variable is used to open the connection with the EXO of Exchange Online.

If we need to know the inactive users with another time period we just need to modify the next variable:

$startDate = (Get-Date).AddDays().ToString('MM/dd/yyyy')

If in the variable $startDate we change &#;&#; by another amount we will generate the report of the inactive users with this period. For example, if we put &#;&#; the report that will be generated will be the inactive users that have not logged in for 30 days or more.

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3. Get History

The script will leave you the report in &#;C:\Users\&#;+ $DesktopUser +&#;\Documents\Return\Auditorias_&#; + $date +&#;.csv&#; so you should have created the &#;Return&#; folder in your &#;Documents&#; folder. This file that is created will have the date and time of the moment it was created. This way you can have a history of inactive users.

Script GetInactiveUsers.ps1

import-module MSOnline #$CredO = Get-Credential -Message "Exchange credentials" #$SesionO = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri https://ps.outlook.com/powershell -Credential $CredO -Authentication Basic -AllowRedirection #Import-PSSession $SesionO -AllowClobber #$SessionEOP = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri https://ps.protection.outlook.com/powershell-liveid/ -Credential $CredO -Authentication Basic -AllowRedirection #Import-PSSession $SessionEOP -AllowClobber $date = Get-Date -UFormat "%Y%m%dT%H%M%S" #$TenantId = "e3b21e9f-0cbe-b4db-4ccf9ce8d1f7" #"d2ce7a-4bbbdaaf" $DesktopUser = $env:USERNAME $ReturnFile = "C:\Users\"+ $DesktopUser +"\Documents\Return\Auditorias_" + $date +".csv" $Value = "UserPrincipalName" Add-Content -Path $ReturnFile -Value $Value #Set admin UPN $UPN = '[email protected]' #This connects to Azure Active Directory & Exchange Online Connect-MsolService $EXOSession = New-ExoPSSession -UserPrincipalName $UPN Import-PSSession $EXOSession -AllowClobber $startDate = (Get-Date).AddDays().ToString('MM/dd/yyyy') $endDate = (Get-Date).ToString('MM/dd/yyyy') $allUsers = @() $allUsers = Get-MsolUser -All -EnabledFilter EnabledOnly | Select UserPrincipalName, ObjectId $loggedOnUsers = @() $loggedOnUsers = Search-UnifiedAuditLog -StartDate $startDate -EndDate $endDate -Operations UserLoggedIn, PasswordLogonInitialAuthUsingPassword, UserLoginFailed, CreationDate -ResultSize

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Does anyone know how to view a detailed report of inactive users in Office ? I see that i have 60 inactive users that great but I cant figure out how to view the report in detail to know who the users are!!! Microsoft really amazes me sometimes on how the make the simplest thing so hard to find.


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Alan Byrne

Chipotle

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The reports within the Office console are pretty useless and don't give you this detailed information.  This blog post shows you how to get this information out of Office using a PowerShell script:

https://www.cogmotive.com/blog/officetips/last-logon-date-powershell-script-for-office

You can then use Excel to filter out people who haven't logged on since a particular date.

Alternatively, you can use the Get-StaleMailboxDetailReport cmdlet, but it is not as flexible as the PowerShell script.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj(v=exchg).aspx

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Inegolluyum

Cayenne

OP

I had the exact same problem last week.  Glad it's posted.  Thx.

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Alan Byrne

Chipotle

OP

Best Answer

The reports within the Office console are pretty useless and don't give you this detailed information.  This blog post shows you how to get this information out of Office using a PowerShell script:

https://www.cogmotive.com/blog/officetips/last-logon-date-powershell-script-for-office

You can then use Excel to filter out people who haven't logged on since a particular date.

Alternatively, you can use the Get-StaleMailboxDetailReport cmdlet, but it is not as flexible as the PowerShell script.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj(v=exchg).aspx

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Inegolluyum

Cayenne

OP

Thanks Alan can't wait to try.

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Alan Byrne

Chipotle

OP

Let me know in here if you run into any problems and I'll gladly help you out.

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Juanoflo

Datil

OP

The only way is to use the PowerShell Command to query the Last Logon Time:

Get-mailbox -resultsize unlimited| Get-MailboxStatistics | select displayname, lastlogontime

Another option would be to use a tool like: http://command.com

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Darkxenorider

Serrano

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nrdewit

Pimiento

OP

I like to add the "Sort-Object LastLogonTime -Descending" part so that the list automatically shows it in order of last logon time.

I also like to add the ">C:\LastLogonTime.txt" in the end in case you want to save it to a .txt for better reading.

So the command I usually use is:

get-mailbox -resultsize unlimited | Get-MailboxStatistics | Sort-Object LastLogonTime -Descending | select displayname, lastlogontime >C:\LastLogonTime.txt

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EdwardCr

Pimiento

OP

Does it take a while for this to run?

The last line I see is this:

WARNING: The names of some imported commands from the module 'tmp_kx3r4fihe' include unapproved verbs that might make them less discoverable. To find the commands with
unapproved verbs, run the Import-Module command again with the Verbose parameter. For a list of approved verbs, type Get-Verb.

And it just sits there for a long time.

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EdwardCr

Pimiento

OP

It does take a while. It finally finished.

Any way to get the display name from this along with the principal name?

I have a list of email addresses but, unfortunately, our company creates mailboxes by first name last initial. I need to see a full name from this report, the display name of the user.

Thanks for this, Alan.

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Jorge Uruchima

Pimiento

OP

Thanks nrdewit !! Your scripted helped me out a lot.

Thanks again!

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Some1TGuy

Sonora

OP

This worked great for me, I didn't feel comfortable using the script with plain text password as in my case this one a one-off check and not a scheduled job.

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David

Sonora

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There is a confirmed reporting bug (been working with O support for a while now and got them to acknowledge: ("The bug is actively being resolved to correctly reflect the active/inactive users in the portal.

As far as displaying those users, this has not been confirmed for the product. It may appear sometime in the future, but currently is not confirmed. I couldn’t find any information on it. I have seen many threads online about people asking for this to be implemented, so I could see it being added soon, but I could not confirm this or have an ETA on when it could occur. " ),

There are 2 scripts that will help:

1.$Session = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri https://ps.outlook.com/powershell/ -Credential $LiveCred -Authentication Basic –AllowRedirection

2.  Import-PSSession $Session

3. (written by Microsoft)  

$mb=get-mailbox -resultsize unlimited

$rest = @()

foreach($mb1 in $mb){$rest+=Get-MailboxStatistics -Identity $mb1.primarysmtpaddress| select-object displayname,lastlogontime }

$gt=get-date

$inactloggin= $rest | where{($_.LastLogonTime -ne $null) -and ($gt.subtract($_.LastLogonTime).days -ge 31 )}

$Nevlog= $rest | where{$_.LastLogonTime -eq $null}

$allinact=$inactloggin + $Nevlog

$allinact |  select-object displayname,lastlogontime | export-csv inactiveusers.csv -NoTypeInformation

$act=$rest | where{($_.LastLogonTime -ne $null) -and ($gt.subtract($_.LastLogonTime).days -lt 31 )}

$act |  select-object displayname,lastlogontime | export-csv activeusers.csv -NoTypeInformation

4. http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/Export-OfficeUser-7fc0b73f

The 2 scripts above work very well to keep tabs on the system. Some of this may be redundant. Enjoy.

For ~David



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tangm1chael

Pimiento

OP

Sort of found a way without power shell but via GUI and Excel. 

Go to Exchange Admin Center >  click on Recipients > Mailboxes > click on

Select Export data to a CSV > Check the Column Name especially Last Modified Time. 

Seems this is the closest to monitor what's active. 

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Phil Mills

Serrano

OP

Such a feature should be available via the admin interface, especially if they tease us with an inactive user report.

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@tangm1chael - this method is not accurate, sadly. I know that I have users who have never logged even logged in once, since the account was created over years ago. The exported CSV has no last modified date pre

This suggests that the last modified date includes account modifications initiated by MS.

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alexandermatiushkin

Pimiento

OP

It now available under "reports" section in Office admin center.

Open reports, click on "Active and inactive mailboxes", click on diagram to get detailed view of users in that column. New screen will appear with table of actual mails and accounts. You can download it as CSV ( records max).

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lweb

Pimiento

OP

In the downloaded report, what do accounts with an "Underscore random characters" mean?

For example, I have accounts listed where the display name is correct (e.g. Joe Blow) and other accounts where the display name looks like this:

John Smith_6ad

Can anyone tell me what that is?

On a side note, I wish we would have the ability to "unselect" resource accounts and shared mailboxes.  Obviously they have not been logged into, as they are by design, disabled accounts.

This skews the results.

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MHainstock

Pimiento

OP

I found this rather simple approach to work quite well.

Open the Office admin center

Click on reports / mail /active and inactive mailboxes

You will be presented with a chart that shows Inactive days, inactive days and so on.

Look under the count column, if there is a number displayed, click it. This will gather info and present a report with the user name, last login and how many days they have been inactive.

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roaima

Sonora

OP

For my organisation this gives a completely inaccurate report. Apparently of my mailboxes are inactive. Including mine.

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Phil Mills

Serrano

OP

I have the same issue.  The report is totally wrong.

Report shows 0 active mailboxes, but if I look at connections report for last 30 days it shows around 12 users have connected to their mail account.  

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stwilliams

Poblano

OP

Darkxenorider wrote:

Does anyone know how to view a detailed report of inactive users in Office ? I see that i have 60 inactive users that great but I cant figure out how to view the report in detail to know who the users are!!! Microsoft really amazes me sometimes on how the make the simplest thing so hard to find.

If you are interested in a GUI tool, then you can try the tool below. https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/OfficeReporting-Toolb4c2

 “This tool will automatically create the required Azure Application when you give authorization, and it pulls the usage report data periodically and persist it for a longer time.”

 This tool provides more than inbuilt reports on Office Users, License, Group, Group Members, Security, Mailbox Usage, Spam, Malware, Emails Sent/Received, Mail Traffic, Device Usage, Mailbox Quota, Mailbox Size, Yammer Groups, Teams Channels, Skype Activities, etc. 

Following are the some of the inactive Office user reports which are available in the above tool.

  • Inactive Exchange Users by Last Mail Read Date 
  • Inactive Exchange Users by Last Mail Sent Date 
  • Inactive Exchange Users by Last Mail Received Date
  • Inactive SharePoint Users by Last File Accessed Date 
  • Inactive SharePoint Users by Last File Synced Date 
  • Inactive SharePoint Users by Last External File Sharing Date
  • Inactive SharePoint Users by Last Internal File Sharing Date
  • Inactive SharePoint Users by Last Page Accessed Date
  • Inactive OneDrive Users by 'Last File Access Date'
  • Inactive OneDrive Users by 'Last Internal Sharing Activity'
  • Inactive OneDrive Users by 'Last External Sharing Activity'
  • Inactive OneDrive Users by 'Last File Synced Time'
  • Inactive Yammer Users by Last Like Received Date
  • Inactive Yammer Users by Last Post Posted Date
  • Inactive Yammer Users by Last Post Read Date
  • Inactive Yammer Users by Last Activity Date
  • Inactive Teams Users by Last Team Chat Message Sent
  • Inactive Teams Users by Last Private Chat Message Sent
  • Inactive Teams Users by Last Call Activity
  • Inactive Teams Users by Last Meeting Activity
  • Last Active Time of Users by Office Services
  • Daily Active User Count by Office Services 

 Never struggle with PowerShell anymore.

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Dangerous

Anaheim

OP

This is a nice product, but is chargeable.  After 15 days the reports become limited.  I found when the useful stuff was disabled, I could find most of it in Office without the AdminDroid anyway.

If you have the budget to use this it is good, otherwise try it out for the 15 days.

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