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In the active directory module we can see users that are locked out, is it possible to add users with expired passwords as well. 

Instead if searching for a user sometimes I just want to see a list of users, would it be possible to show all users Instead of searching for them?

Reason being it's a quick way to help clients with expired passwords and a quick way to see any abnormal accounts in AD. 

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Thank you for your suggestion. We will consider the possibility to introduce this option into the future release.

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I realise this is an old topic, but untill such thing is implemented, you could do this with a powershell script :-) you could have it spill out a html file, or even have it mailed if you wish :-) having it in Pulseway scripts library means you could do it automated every week or so :-)

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Hi Jacobs,

I will put this forward as a feature request. therefore we will consider the possibility to introduce this option into the future release.

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