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How can I see when a (now deleted) user account was created?


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#1 kurtgillis12

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Posted 31 May 2016 - 10:45 PM

I checked the Security Log on the current admin account, but it didn't go back far enough.

 

The older admin accounts files were saved (the account I'm trying to find a creation date for was created while the previous admin account was active) Is there some file that the Security log wrote to that I would be able to look through to find this info? If yes, what would be the location?

 

 

I've also been reading a bit about the possibility of finding it in a SAM file, or Shell files. Anybody know if that is true?

 

Any software that I can download that will find this info?



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