No customer I know of has built this, and I cannot find a no-code solution to it. But I might be able to provide a usable solution. It requires using some PowerShell on the customer site (since the Active Directory will likely be behind a strict firewall and/or other security measures).
Assuming you’ll be able to find someone at the company who can do this, perhaps you can yourself, or you can find the necessary documentation online, it would probably look something like the script that Mike Kanakos created in this post: https://4sysops.com/archives/powershell-script-to-display-information-about-active-directory-users/
Then, when the script retrieves this info, you can call a REST API from PowerShell, as documented in this article by Microsoft about PowerShell: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/microsoft.powershell.utility/invoke-restmethod?view=powershell-5.1&redirectedfrom=MSDN
With this you should be able to get a Zapier webhook to work and from there, you should be back on known territory 🙂 As a quick reminder, we answered a question about webhooks in Zapier in this thread: https://triggre.com/forums/topic/rest-api-connection/
Then it simply seems a matter of running this script daily for example, which is also something that is possible to do in PowerShell.
Hope this provides a good solution, even though not a completely no-code one!