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(it + "01 Jan 1601 12:00:00" as universal time) of (it * second) of (it / 10000000) of (hexadecimal integer it) of (item 1 of it & item 0 of it) of (it, (it as hexadecimal) of unique values of (it as integer) of values "EndTimeHi" of keys "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Group Policy\State\Machine\Extension-List\{00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000}" of (x64 registries; x32 registries) ) of (it as hexadecimal) of unique values of (it as integer) of values "EndTimeLo" of keys "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Group Policy\State\Machine\Extension-List\{00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000}" of (x64 registries; x32 registries)

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TitleLast GPO Update - Windows
Descriptionhttps://forum.bigfix.com/t/active-directory-connections-in-last-60-days/32049/3?u=jgstew
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shlomi -
Hi, great idea - this is certainly useful, especially when troubleshooting sites with remote domain controllers. however, i have one question and one issue: 1. Question - does the query return the last computer GPO apply time or the last user? i assume it shows the last computer GPO since it queries HKLM...MACHINE, but can it be enhanced to show both user (if logged on) and computer last GPO apply time? 2. when running the relevance on my local QnA i got "A: Mon, 08 Mar 1627 12:53:12 +0200". the "EndTimeHi" value on my system is "1d59d1d" (HEX) and "EndTimeLo" value is "8b38fad4" (HEX). can it be related to the time format on my machine? (short time format is dd/mm/yyyy (17/11/2019), long is dddd, MMM DD, YYYY (Sunday, November 17, 2019). thanks!