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2003 Server Logon History

Posted on 2006-07-17
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is there anyway to see a log on history of an account.  Such as when it accessed the terminal server or share s?
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Question by:focusen
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TheCleaner earned 500 total points
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If you enable security auditing in the local policy or domain policy and set it to audit logon events then you should see these entries in the security log of the particular server you are wanting to audit.
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by:Jay_Jay70
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in addition to TheCleaners idea, this may halp a little bit, its only limited to the last logon etc......might give you a small bit of help

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=7AF2E69C-91F3-4E63-8629-B999ADDE0B9E&displaylang=en
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by:Terr0r
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I use bginfo for this purpose, plus it has a few perks for veiwing needed info that I set it up for on a desktop.

http://www.sysinternals.com/Utilities/BgInfo.html

I have my users loginscript set to run bginfo.exe from a share at login.

set DAY=%DATE:~10,4%%DATE:~7,2%%DATE:~4,2%
\\servername\share$\bginfo \\servername\share$\bgsettings.bgi /timer:0
set DAY=

This outputs a .csv file to the share$ each day in the date format specified and writes a new .csv file everyday.

Hope that helps
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by:Terr0r
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oh, it shows time of login, but not logout. Forgot to mention that.
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