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Terminal Services Log?

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I need some sort of terminal services log.  I'm running Windows 2000 Server with Terminal Services in admin mode.  I would like to see some sort of log of users logging in and out.  I can't find anything regarding this.

Can someone point in the right direction?

Thanks,

davidgky
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by:berni1234
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to my knowledge there is no log-file. but you can configure the security-policies to audit successfull (or unsuccessfull) logons, which you can view with the eventviewer (security-log)
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Well, that may work.  Can you walk me through setting that up?

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hi davidgky !
I think this document is what you need (Tracking Logon and Logoff Activity in Windows 2000):

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/windows2000serv/maintain/monitor/logonoff.mspx
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Just found in an other thread (http://www.experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/Q_20977775.html#10994227), maybe usefull

>>Comment from EXseed
>>Date: 05/05/2004 11:02AM CEST
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>>Hi Deewave
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>>For Windows 2003 Server there is a Option to enable TS logging
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>>Please find the Link
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>>http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;327508 
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by:getanin
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There is a third party tools that provides this information.  Data provided by application:
- Session start (date and hour)
- Total, Idle, Active time
- Users states
- Applications opened by user per session
It is available on www.terminalserviceslog.com
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