How can i keep a track on say 50 machines if someone is connecting.

Posted on 2007-09-29
Last Modified: 2010-04-16

Is there a way to find who is connecting keep a track say a logon script that scan record all the machines that are connecting.
I want to do this only for 50 machines (That are servers).
Just need to record from which machine which user has connected through Mstsc.

Question by:bsharath
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    The Logon/Logoff event logs can be viewed in the Security section of the Event Viewer. The Event Viewer can be launched from Administrative Tools.


      Nayer Naguib
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    Is there no other easier way of doing this.Any software to keep track of these...
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    You can write a simple application, such as the one shown on the following page, to extract useful information from the event logs:


      Nayer Naguib

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