This means that you can run this query, it’ll prompt for a username, enter the username and it’ll then bring back the computer of which the entered username last logged into.
The query below is the full code to bring back all sorts of information, you can strip this right back if you like to just bring back simple information like username and machine name…
If you wish to view just a list of last logged on users and then be able to search on that information, a slightly amended version of this code is available here:
There is also a query that you can use that will prompt for a NetBIOS name and supply you with all the information you require:
The query code to do this is below:
select SMS_R_System.LastLogonUserName, SMS_R_System.Name, SMS_R_System.SMSAssignedSites, SMS_R_System.Client, SMS_R_System.IPAddresses, SMS_R_System.IPSubnets, SMS_R_System.MACAddresses, SMS_R_System.OperatingSystemNameandVersion, SMS_R_System.ResourceDomainORWorkgroup, SMS_R_System.LastLogonUserDomain, SMS_R_System.AgentName, SMS_R_System.AgentSite, SMS_R_System.AgentTime, SMS_R_System.SNMPCommunityName, SMS_R_System.SystemRoles, SMS_R_System.SMSUniqueIdentifier, SMS_R_System.ResourceId, SMS_R_System.ResourceNames, SMS_R_System.ResourceType, SMS_R_System.NetbiosName from SMS_R_System where SMS_R_System.LastLogonUserName = ##PRM:SMS_R_System.LastLogonUserName##
Creating the SSRS Report
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