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Logging login/logout and session information on a terminal server

Posted on 2006-03-29
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Can someone point me to a wscript that can log how many users login/logoff to/from a terminal server at a given day or time and output the file to a log or cvs file?  Will the script work in both 2000 & 2003?

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john
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Question by:antoniorusso
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Hi antoniorusso,

have you considered using group policy and Auditing   - you can log all user logons etc

just create a new policy ir edit your default domain one

computer config\windows settings\security settings\local policies\audit policy

Cheers!
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