How to know who is currently logged in to a specific Win2k Pro Workstation

I have many Windows 2000 Pro workstations logged to a Win NT domain.

How can I know remotely which user is currently logged in to a specific Win2k Pro workstation.

Thanks
alsaeed_sAsked:
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HousenetCommented:
-Right click on my computer on the desktop. Choose the option for the context menu called 'Manage'..

1.-If you expand shared folders in the computer management , you can see who's logged in, etc...
2.-At the very top of the hive where it says "computer management (LOCAL)...right click & choose connect to another computer... repeat step one...
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alsaeed_sAuthor Commented:
I did not see any think in Shared Folders that shows logged user.. Could you explain Housenet??

Thanks
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HousenetCommented:
-Check the sessions tab... You'll see the user, computer & files they are accessing... Its no different than server manager in NT4.. (Which you can use as well btw)
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HousenetCommented:
-Check the sessions tab... You'll see the user, computer & files they are accessing... Its no different than server manager in NT4.. (Which you can use as well btw)
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alsaeed_sAuthor Commented:
This will not show the logged in user.. but it will show uses connected to shared resourses in that workstation.
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SysExpertCommented:
If a user is sharing $IPC then he is logged in , otherwise he in not.

I hope this helps !
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Droby10Commented:
you can query the wmi to get the stats for a particular machine...

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frankaCommented:
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alsaeed_sAuthor Commented:
Very simple and useful tool.. This is exactly what I am looking for!

Thanks franka
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