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I didn't flag it,but rather just took mental note of it. If I run across the script, I'll post it for you.
Almost recall the sript as being a one-liner, but I cerntainly won't place any money on my memory.
Now here's one, but not the one I was hoping to find.
Use PowerShell to Find Logon Sessions - Hey, Scripting Guy! Blog - Site Home - TechNet Blogs
I'm coming up empty, so I'm going to give you links to some PowerShell forums. PowerSherll is The scripting language for admins.
Processing Event Logs in PowerShell
- Windows PowerShell Blog - Site Home - MSDN Blogs
Windows PowerShell Core
Windows PowerShell Features from Microsoft - printer ready
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