+ 1 Votes Hi look at these free products markp24 3 years ago Hito automate it, set the expiration date to 3 months out. You can use a powershell or vbscript for this.orhere some utilites I usejoewareutilites - http://www.joeware.net/freetools/dovestone software "True last logon" - this works good because you can move, enable, disable, report, and delete accounts.http://www.dovestone.com/info/Managing%20Active%20Directory.html?ses=Y3JlPTEzMTI4MzU2NTcmdGNpZD13d3cuZG92ZXN0b25lLmNvbTRlNDA0ODQ5MDFjZmEyLjA1Mjk4MTc3JmZraT05NTUwMDI0OCZ0YXNrPXNlYXJjaCZkb21haW49ZG92ZXN0b25lLmNvbSZzPTYxMTA1MTZiNmI2YmI1MTI2MWJmJmxhbmd1YWdlPWVuJmFfaWQ9Mg==&keyword=Managing%20Active%20Directory&token=TibxqqiKyHwKEwjThNb4xcCqAhWZQdoKHehizS8YASAEMOj_0gE4MEC_4vHBw_j9rOIBUOj_0gFQ9YuvEFDyqKURUNm78hFQ2rvyEVDkltwcUKyY3BxQr_icIVDeoK8paOSW3Bwnot freenetwrix inactive users trackerwww.anixis.com " account ferret" + 0 Votes Reponse To Answer GMcFlyPCGuy 3 years ago Hey thanks for the tip. I read in my AD book that a powershell or a VB script could accomplish this with ease, however; my company has many levels in the IT department. I would have to request permission from many departments to install powershell or run a script on the servers (Bummer). So instead, I created a query with all the definitions set to what I wanted and it shows me the users I'm looking for. So I'll manually clean it up and put a new procedure in place to check the query monthly to manually delete all the users (like 30 a month I imagine). It's not quite what I wanted but it'll keep my boss happy without loading me down with too much extra work.