Who's connected to my PC?

Is there a way to tell who is connecting to my PC, via Microsoft networking, in a Windows 95 environment?
All I know is that someone is connected, but I need to know who.  Thank you in advance!

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sbernadoAsked:
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dlb6597Commented:
Do you have "Net Watcher" in Start,Programs,Accessories,System tools?
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sbernadoAuthor Commented:
No I don't.  Where do I get that application?

Thanks
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sbernadoAuthor Commented:
This is for Windows 95, not 98.
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dlb6597Commented:
Windows 95 Resource Kit.
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BrainMasterCommented:
First you need to install it via add/remove programs->windows tab->acciessories and then check net watcher. It should then put it self in the start menu, I beliver somewhere in start->programs->accessories, but look around.
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sbernadoAuthor Commented:
Thank you!!!
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