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Display Last Logon Timestamp discovery data for ALL devices in console, not just clients

The lastLogonTimestamp attribute is collected during System Discovery from Active Directory. A column for displaying Last Logon Timestamp is available on device views, but only displays the lastLogonTimestamp data for devices where Client = Yes even though the data is there for devices where Client = No. (See attached screenshot from CM CB 1611)

Making a collection of "Discovered but Needs Client" devices is common during initial client deployment and while trying to get to 100% client ***********. The lastLogonTimestamp data is very useful when trying to identify devices to focus on because they've been seen by AD recently.

Please ensure the lastLogonTimespamp data is displayed in the Last Logon Timestamp column for ALL devices where the data .

Thanks for making client deployment just a little bit easier!

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  • Mike Frazer commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    This is an AD attribute, not an inventory data item. It should ALWAYS be displayed for Windows users and devices, unless the user/device no longer exists in AD.

  • Scott Breen commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    This would be super useful! It's really handy when trying to work out which discovered computers don't have clients and why.

  • Nash Pherson (MVP) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Had this come up with as a paint point with 3 customers this week already, and it's only Wednesday. Not displaying the Last Logon Timestamp only makes it harder for people to handle client push.

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