List of users currently logged on ?

Hi, we have 180 people logging onto a NT4 based windows domain.

Is there any software or utils we can use or buy that can print of a list of users currently logged on, along with the time the logged on ?
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
If you have a Windows 2000, XP, or a 2003 machine, you should be able to connect to the NT4 server with Computer Management and then expand System Tools -> Shared Folders -> Sessions and see the users connected, from what computer, the connected time, and the idle time.

I believe there's a similar option in Server Manager on NT4 as well.

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JamesMonaghanAuthor Commented:
Genius !

That is EXACTLY what I needed, thanks very much.
I have a similar question.  What I'm looking for is a utility that can list as well as import to a spreadsheet   or a text file (what ever) that not only lists user's logon information, but lists group information as well.  I'm not talking about usrstat.exe, I triied that already.
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