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see users connected logged on to the domain

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Can some one please tell me the windows 2000 alternative of UNiX's who command ?
I want to see which users are logged on to the domain.

There also are some users who will be logged on to their local computers using their administrative users. Can I also get to know of them ?
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his3,
you have never responded to this thread ?
what's up ?
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