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in Windows 2000 Server Terminal Server(microsoft),
how to find the Clients log on & log out times and their IP address. i need to write some program thro VB to read that and stored in Database. is that possible.

The details needed   Client Name,Log on & Log out (Date & Time), IP address.

Please any one have idea about this help me.
 
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I am not sure if there is another method, but I think that the only thing you can do is enable auditing in your terminal server.

Logon information will be displayed in event viewer (security log)
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