who logged in to windows 2000

I have a windows 2000, and it is protected with a password for every user.
how can I know who logged in and when he logged in.

I scanned thru other computer to that windows 2000 thru GFI LANguard N.S.S and it showed me:

The PasswordAge
Bad Passwords Counts

where in windows 2000 I can see that info?
because someone broke into our server and changed one of the users password, and I would like to know the details and from which IP he did it.

Thanks in Advance,

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Mike KlineCommented:

Hello take a look at this article about Windows logon and logoff activity

Tracking Logon and Logoff Activity in Windows 2000

If you have logging turned on then you will look in the Windows event logs.   Specifically you will look in the security events.  Since this attack was successful you are going to look for event 528 or 540.

When you say he broke in and changed a password is this a domain account that he changed (active directory); or is this a local account on a machine.

Please let me know if that helps.


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I use pstools: http://www.sysinternals.com/Utilities/PsLoggedOn.html
Psloggedon \\servername
Sam PanwarSr. Server AdministratorCommented:

Abtutor control
Server side install and client side installl
read all document carefully
then connect you see all the information with graphicallly of logged user


miro23Author Commented:
thanks alot about the comments, it helped me alot
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