VPN Alert

Is there a way to have my server give some kind of alert(email, net send, etc.) when someone connects via VPN?
thejkroAsked:
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Jay_Jay70Commented:
Hi thejkro,

not without a very complex script...   what VPN client / server are you using

Cheers!
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thejkroAuthor Commented:
I'm using all Windows.  Windows Server 2003 as my VPN and basic Windows XP connection.  Indeed a complex script.  Here's the thing.  I can write the script and make it work.  But I don't want the user to know that they're being told on.  I'm sneaky like that :)
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Jay_Jay70Commented:
ah i can understand that - you obviously have the skills to do this then (i sure as hell dont! i struggle to spell script...) isnt there a peice of code that allows you to email the direct output - i remember doing somethign with perl but i dont know whether that can be linked in with say an event...... i can only suggest what i think would work, just dont know how to do it !!
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thejkroAuthor Commented:
Good thought........ I will look into that
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averybCommented:
Create a login script for the users.
Use febooti mail in the script to send an email from the command line.

http://www.febooti.com/downloads/

Are you using AD?  If so you should be able to make a login script run hidden so the user doesn't see them.
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averybCommented:
Actually, I'd love to see your script.  I've been looking for an easy way to track when users connect over VPN.
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