if you have access to the database behind Crowd, you can do a left join between cwd_user and cwd_user_attribute
something like this should work (tweaked on my phone from a more complicated query, so may need to be tweaked, and for psql so if you’re running my/ms/oracle may need to be adjusted).
u.lower_user_name AS username,
FROM_UNIXTIME(ua.attribute_lower_value/1000) AS lastLogin
cwd_user AS u
LEFT JOIN cwd_user_attribute AS ua ON ua.user_id = u.id AND attribute_name = 'lastAuthenticated'
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