Checking if there are multiple session logons for a user

Posted on 2006-05-03
Last Modified: 2010-03-18
I need to know if anyone knows if there is a tool or a way to find out what computers a particular user is logged into? The reason I ask is I have a user that account is continually locked out. Due to our corporate policy, we change our paswords evry 60 days. Well, since he has recently changed his password, this has continued to happen. We believe he may be logged in with his old password on another machine, thus causing the lock out. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Question by:ryankowski
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    This tool just shows who is logged onto a particular machine, what I am looking for is a tool that you can put a username in and it tells you what machines on the domain that that user is logged into.
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    "If you specify a user name instead of a computer, PsLoggedOn searches the computers in the network neighborhood and tells you if the user is currently logged on."

    Same tool
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    by:Rob Williams
    Thanks ryankowski, though technically I just pointed out Jay_Jay70 was right. <G>
    Cheers !
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    thankyou :)

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