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[AEM Gems Webinar] Accelerating Experience Manager as a Cloud Service development with Rapid Development Environments
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How do we get a report of which authors have not logged into AEM for past 3 months? Assume that we are integrated with IMS via SAML authentication?

 

Is there a query we can run against user nodes or can Adobe provide this information?

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Hi @aembytes,

 

AEM by default doesn't capture user login timestamp and you will need to build a custom solution in order to achieve this. Please check this wonderful article on details of how this can be achieved.

https://medium.com/tech-learnings/adobe-experience-manager-reporting-on-users-last-login-date-e20350...

 

- Jineet

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Hi @aembytes,

 

AEM by default doesn't capture user login timestamp and you will need to build a custom solution in order to achieve this. Please check this wonderful article on details of how this can be achieved.

https://medium.com/tech-learnings/adobe-experience-manager-reporting-on-users-last-login-date-e20350...

 

- Jineet