Last logon time in Office 365

Is there anywhere in the Office 365 user interface that allows you to view the last logon date/time of each user?  I don't want to go the shell/script route - I just want to use the interface.  Is this possible?  Thanks in advance!

hi gregory,

as the admin of office 365, we can find the users’ last logon time to their mailboxes in exchange admin center (it's under the admin in office 365 admin center)> recipients>mailboxes as below. based on my test, if the user just access a sharepoint online service like a site, it will also be updated.

but if this user doesn’t have an office 365 mailbox, his last login time will not be visible to the admin. thanks for your understanding.

best regards,

april

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Hi Gregory,

Can you share any updates with us?

Thanks,

April

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You can refer this blog post for getting last logon time for services like Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Skype for business etc

www.jijitechnologies.com/.../get-office365-services-usage-details

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@April: We don't use Exchange in our implementation, mainly just Sites.  As such, there aren't any mailboxes and therefore no last access time for mailboxes.

@John8218: I was looking for a non-programmatic way to find out this information just using the Office 365 UI.  If there were an executable utility that was available that provided this functionality that might be an option, though.

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You can use the simple GUI tool GingerEx Office 365 Admin for this task.

www.jijitechnologies.com/office365-admin.aspx

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https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Export-Office-365-User-d0a3122d

This tool generates the last logon time report from Activity Management API and also from their mailbox.

Following reports are available with this tool.

  • All User Logon Activity
  • Users not logged in for last N days
  • Mailbox Logon Activity
  • Mailbox Users not logged in for last N days

Apart from reporting the user last logon time, following Office 365 user management actions are also supported.

  • Managing the user license
  • Reset user password
  • Allow user sign-in access
  • Block user sign-in access

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