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Posted on 2004-03-23
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Is there a way to find out when someone logs into a computer and when they logoff?

I want to see when an employyee has been logging in and out for the last past month.

Is that possible?
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JammyPak earned 250 total points
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you can't see when they did it for the past month, but you can do it for next month....

you need to enable auditing. in Win2000, look at the 'Local Security Policy' under administrative tools. when you enable auditing, it will start writing to the Security Log. of course, since you haven't enabled it yet, last months data doesn't exist...
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Thought so

THanks
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