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Posted on 2006-06-12
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Hi All,

is there any quick of telling which global catalog server just logged me on i.e. authenticated me?

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by:Jay_Jay70
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hm not that i know of, you have to check on the server itself under sessions
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by:georgemildred
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i remember in older versions of windows there was a command line tool like net wiew or something that listed lots of details including which server logged you on
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by:Jay_Jay70
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i wasnt aware the netview command showed this, give it a go though, i just had a play on a server then but it didnt show me anything GC related, i may not be looking correctly
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technologyworks earned 125 total points
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look for the variable LOGONSERVER - that will tell you the name of the validating server.
(From command prompt, type SET)
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by:georgemildred
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thats exactly what im looking for thanks technologyworks
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