Find Disabled Active Directory Computers
Active Directory is used in almost all organizations to organize and manage both devices and users. Lansweeper can scan assets directly from active directory along with a wide range of active directory attributes like the status of AD computers.
This audit gives you a list of all your active directory assets and whether they are enabled or disabled. Lansweeper will find any enabled Active Directory computer and disabled active directory computer. Additionally, basic information about the computers is also displayed and they are hyperlinked so you can click through to individual computers to take a look at all the details. This lets you easily find disabled computers without the need of Powershell scripts or CMD commands and shows it all in one overview.
Active Directory Enabled/Disabled Computers Query
Select Top 1000000 Coalesce(os.Image, at.AssetTypeIcon10) As Icon, a.AssetID, a.AssetName, Case When Coalesce(adc.IsEnabled, 0) = 0 Then 'False' Else 'True' End As EnabledInAD, at.AssetTypename As Type, a.Domain, a.Username, a.Userdomain, a.IPAddress, a.Description, ac.Manufacturer, ac.Model, Case (a.Assettype) When -1 Then os.OSname When 11 Then ls.OSRelease When 13 Then mi.SystemVersion Else '''' End As OS, a.SP As SP, ac.Location, tsysIPLocations.IPLocation, a.Firstseen, a.Lastseen From tblAssets a Inner Join tblADComputers adc On a.AssetID = adc.AssetID Inner Join tblAssetCustom ac On a.AssetID = ac.AssetID Inner Join tsysAssetTypes at On at.AssetType = a.Assettype Inner Join tblState s On s.State = ac.State Left Join tsysOS os On a.OScode = os.OScode Left Join tblLinuxSystem ls On ls.AssetID = a.AssetID Left Join tblMacOSInfo mi On mi.AssetID = a.AssetID Left Outer Join tsysIPLocations On a.LocationID = tsysIPLocations.LocationID Where s.Statename = 'Active' Order By adc.IsEnabled Desc, a.Assettype, a.AssetName