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Logged on users with Powershell

August 20th, 2010

Hugo Peeters has a great function for using WMI to get Logged on Users:

This can be easily used in PowerCLI.  This can be very useful when you need to do some VM maintenance in a VDI environment and need to find out who is currently logged on and know which VMs are not in use and can be worked on.

$VMs = Get-Cluster "LON_PROD1" | Get-VM | Where { $_.PowerState -eq "PoweredOn" }
ForEach ($VM in $VMs) {
	Write-Host "Logged On Users for: " $VM.Guest.HostName
	Get-WmiObject Win32_LoggedOnUser -ComputerName $VM.Guest.HostName | Select Antecedent -Unique | %{"{0}\{1}" -f $_.Antecedent.ToString().Split(’"‘)[1], $_.Antecedent.ToString().Split(’"‘)[3]}
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  1. Mario Dongo
    April 19th, 2018 at 23:56 | #1

    This is a great script, but it will only work for Windows OS.
    Can we add a where statement that selects only the Windows VMs?

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