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The Scummy One

if you audit properly, you can determine which computer names have not been logged into in like 4-6 months or something. These would be the safer bets to remove.
You should also take into consideration that people take leave or extended absence, and some of these systems may still be needed to work upon return.

And to mention, if they use remote access, the names may not show up on the audits unless they are audited as well. What you should avoid is to remove names of active computers, especially if they are on travel, home workers, absence, etc.. Well, unless you are trying to create helpdesk calls