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Windows 7: Is the "net user <username> /domain" reliable

24 Oct 2016   #11

windows 7 32 bit


Why is it I cannot see the same information given by "net user <username> /domain | findstr /C:"Last logon" on event viewer?

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 Is the "net user <username> /domain" reliable

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