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PowerShell: Script to check for logged users

I’m creating couple powershell scripts which I use in my work. I want to share couple of them with you. So here is a script which look for domain computers and then check who is logged on those online machines.

$ADSearchBase = "OU=Computers,DC=domain,DC=local"
$ADFilter = "*"

Function Get-LoggedUsersOnComputers
  {
  $ADComputersList = Get-ADComputer -SearchBase $ADSearchBase -Filter $ADFilter
  foreach ($ADComputer in $ADComputersList)
    {
    Write-Output $ADComputer.Name
    Try
       {
       $ExplorerProcesses = Get-WmiObject -ComputerName $ADComputer.Name -Class win32_process -Filter "Name='explorer.exe'" -ErrorAction Stop
       }
     Finally
       {
       If ($?)
         {
         foreach ($ExplorerProcess in $ExplorerProcesses)
           {
           Write-Output "  $($ExplorerProcess.GetOwner().User)"
           }
         }
       Else
         {
         Write-Output "  <<< Could not connect"
         }
       }
    }
  }

Get-LoggedUsersOnComputers

If you have any remark on my script, please, let me know. I will be happy to make it more cute 🙂

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