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Net session utility (easy one)

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Hey everyone,

I use the Win command net session to see who is connected to my computer.  My question is, is there a utility that will run for each time someone connects to your machine (and possibly alert me with a popup window).

Just curious...
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Question by:thundercat6r
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Yes, install a firewall, I'd suggest BlackIce ...
http://blackice.iss.net

Regards
Peter
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ZoneAlarm is another good one...www.zonelabs.com
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