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Where does the remotely logged in users events record

Posted on 2007-03-24
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Hi,
Is the a place in the windows machine where who and when a remote user has logged in to the machine.

Eventlogs
Software to find this.

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Sharath
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Logons will be recorded in the Security Log and can viewed in the event viewer. Hoerver, in order to make windows record this you need to enable auditing See http://www.windowsecurity.com/articles/Windows-Active-Directory-Auditing.html
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Hi,

Can we enable this on a client machine say windows xp.?
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Can we enable this on a client machine say windows xp.?
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